What an amazing record collection. It looks like you have quite an eclectic taste. If you were stranded on an island which ones would you take with you? Read More
None. You need electricity to play records. Instead I would take pot seeds and a couple guitars.
LACE auction this year was a blast. Pieces went for cheap... a Mike Kelley for only 3K, a Richard Jackson for about the same, Raymond Pettibon for a mere $4000. You missed it. And the liquor was flowing. Copious vodka drinks. Even the bartenders ended up sloshed. Read More
Jason Yates’ work is an enigma I did not fully appreciate at first, but I kept
coming back and reading more about his process and the ideas behind
his drawings and sculptures, which finally won me over. I find that art I
come to enjoy over time tends to impact me the most.
"Jason Yates’ abstract paintings seem to be of two minds" Read More
Jason Yates has lowered the volume on his art. Read More
"Religious orders or art-world sects—are they really so different?" Read More
Yates’s new work has its hand on the pulse of another, perhaps deeper brand of LA art that bridges an unwieldy and wonky enthusiasm with more engaged concerns about humanity’s place inside systems, the complexity of the painting surface and how to handle a historical legacy of scepticism without falling into despair. Read More
"Yates’ work for the series is beyond epic" Read More
"Yates blurs the boundaries between high and low art, making the art world’s obsession with cultural elitism seem prosaic and stifling" Read More
"What’s most attractive about these works is their obsessiveness." Read More
"Yates has learned from the dumb replication possibilities of a Xerox machine." Read More
BROOKLYN - A survey of Los Angeles based artist Jason Yates' influential series Fast Friends, Inc. will be exhibited in New York City Read More