Lindsay Preston Zappas

Lindsay Preston Zappas

founder and editor-in-chief of Contemporary Art Review Los Angeles

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Founder and editor-in-chief of Contemporary Art Review Los Angeles.

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At Lisson Gallery, Hugh Hayden’s new exhibition features strange, surreal sculptures and photographs placed in bathroom stalls. It runs through January 13, 2024.

‘Hughman’: See queer artist’s surrealism in … bathroom stalls

At Lisson Gallery, Hugh Hayden’s new exhibition features strange, surreal sculptures and photographs placed in bathroom stalls. It runs through January 13, 2024.

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A new exhibit at LACMA is displaying more than 150 creations of textile art and modern abstraction that span over a century.

New LACMA exhibit weaves together more than 100 years of textile art

A new exhibit at LACMA is displaying more than 150 creations of textile art and modern abstraction that span over a century.

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Alex Da Corte’s solo exhibition, The Daemon, transforms the Matthew Marks Gallery into a 1960s house with a conversation pit and a splash of surrealism.

Step into a surreal home at the Matthew Marks Gallery

Alex Da Corte’s solo exhibition, The Daemon, transforms the Matthew Marks Gallery into a 1960s house with a conversation pit and a splash of surrealism.

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