Lindsay Preston Zappas

Lindsay Preston Zappas

Contemporary Art Review Los Angeles

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Editor-in-chief of the quarterly magazine Carla, or Contemporary Art Review Los Angeles.

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The Hammer Museum’s biennial, “Made in L.A. 2020: a version,” is still closed to the public due to COVID-19 restrictions.

Art Insider: ‘Made in L.A.’ 2020 is still closed to the public. We take you inside

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This week’s offerings: paintings that blend everyday experiences with the divine; intricately crafted ceramics made with bricks; and portraits made during the pandemic that express a…

Art Insider: Paintings celebrating everyday beauty and psychedelic sunsets

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The biennial Made in LA opened to media previews on Monday. It’s a highly anticipated show, showcasing emerging artists who live and work in Los Angeles.

Made in LA 2020: Larry Johnson, Khalil Joseph, and 28 other local emerging artists

The biennial Made in LA opened to media previews on Monday. It’s a highly anticipated show, showcasing emerging artists who live and work in Los Angeles.

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