Lindsay Preston Zappas

Lindsay Preston Zappas

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

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Founder & Editor-in-Chief of Contemporary Art Review Los Angeles

Lindsay Preston Zappas on KCRW

In the new exhibition “Promised Land,” artist Patrick Martinez uses landscape paintings to reflect on a changing LA and how his family life fits into it.

‘Promised Land’: Painter Patrick Martinez tracks LA’s changing landscape

In the new exhibition “Promised Land,” artist Patrick Martinez uses landscape paintings to reflect on a changing LA and how his family life fits into it.

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“Unprotected” is a new virtual art show at Epoch gallery, where a collection of artists are responding to the Supreme Court’s decision that overturned Roe v. Wade.

‘Unprotected’: New digital art show funds reproductive rights

“Unprotected” is a new virtual art show at Epoch gallery, where a collection of artists are responding to the Supreme Court’s decision that overturned Roe v. Wade.

from Greater LA

The late Kaari Upson’s drawings, looping videos, and castings of household items are on view at the Sprüth Magers Gallery. Her work always dealt with struggle and trauma.

Kaari Upson’s artwork is gritty and emotional at Sprüth Magers Gallery

The late Kaari Upson’s drawings, looping videos, and castings of household items are on view at the Sprüth Magers Gallery. Her work always dealt with struggle and trauma.

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