Angela Heisch’s Springs

I can look at Angela Heisch’s paintings for a long time. Her sense of colour and depth draw the viewer into a quiet state. Her practice shifts away from the turbulent, high-speed world that we inhabit, offering a pathway to introspection.

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Care Not Cages: Processing a Pandemic

Care Not Cages began as an artist relief fund for incarcerated artists, organized by Crenshaw Dairy Mart, an artist collective advocating through the lens of abolition and healing in Inglewood, California. Ten incarcerated artists applied for the fund and all ten received relief. Now six of those artists, Ras Allen, Mesro the Human Sun, Ronell Draper, Miguel Flores AKA Smoke, Orlando Smith, and Larry White, are exhibiting their work in Care Not Cages: Processing a Pandemic on Gallery Platform LA.

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Billy White at Shrine NYC

Impressionistic in the truer sense of the word, immediacy, color and feeling take precedence over application and technique. Billy White’s paintings are full of life, vibrant layers of paint and thick, confident lines register from afar.

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Melanie Ebenhoch

Melanie Ebenhoch sets the scene with a pun. As a full moon rises gently through a pair of bare, marble-smooth legs, illuminating the fog of Old Hollywood below, we consider the act of ‘mooning’, both as an act of self-exposure and innocent intimacy.

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Total Pet Vol. 1

We’re very excited to announce the release our new project. This is Volume 1. of Editorial Magazine’s literary supplement, Total Pet, a publication focusing on poetry and fiction.

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Lewis Hammond’s Still Life

Tenebrous and at times murky, Lewis Hammond’s solo exhibition, Still life, on view at Lulu in Mexico City, is nonetheless scored by a consistent pulse of luminosity. A soundtrack, or maybe the heartbeat of one of his smudge-hewn protagonists.

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Clifford Prince King: Want 2 Love U

The six works presented in Clifford Prince King’s current exhibition, “Want 2 Love U,” currently on view at Launch F18, capture the tenderness and intimacy of people coming together. Over the past few years, the self-taught LA-based photographer has cultivated a recognizable sense of style, subject matter, and richness in palette.

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Zoe Koke talks to Esther Isabel

Zoe Koke’s body of work highlights the falseness of myths that have been presented to us in her display and assemblage of the afterlives of everyday objects, poking holes in the hollow promises that are global capitalism, perceived gender roles, and the American dream

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Premiere: O.S.S. Blanga

O.S.S. (Open Sound System) is a new collaborative project from music producers Unknown Mobile and NAP. A product of friendship, O.S.S. was made by Daniel Rincon and Levi Bruce over a course of impromptu studio sessions and hangouts between Canadian coasts. O.S.S., the EP under the same name, can be described as “Rodeo Ambience.” The EP features five suites, which aim to invoke “god rays,” – the rays of sunlight that are amplified by the passing of clouds at dusk.

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Will Sheldon Trouble After Dark

A cob-webbed clearing in a dark forest hosts shimmering pink daemons. The work presented in Will Sheldon’s solo show, “Trouble After Dark,” digitally on-view at Team Gallery until May 30th, is like The Nightmare Before Springtime, a world glittering in its own dew as death coagulates into life.

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Frieze New York Round Up

Frieze NY art fair went virtual this year which meant I could attend the fair for the first time from my Montreal home. Here’s my top picks from the fair, ranging from young, emerging, mid-career artists to outsider artists. I hope you enjoy my selection.

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Fashion File: Zaina Miuccia

Lost in the wallet-emptying, planet-destroying, hype-horny world of luxury retail are the things we actually like about fashion. In favour of fashion as a genuine means to self-expression, we present style icon Zaina Miuccia, aka Piglet, in a self-styled editorial shot by  her lover, Ivar Wigan.

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Vessel: Gage Lindsten’s Fantasy Game

We wake up in a strange room with no memory of how we got there. This appropriate mantra for our morning moments in isolation is also the first line of text to appear in the opening scene of Gage Lindsten’s interactive animated series, Vessel. Started nearly a month ago at the beginning of his quarantine, Vessel stars Nina, on the run from a Dr. Sphere and his androids

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Cowboys And The Sound of Trains

For the third instalment of “Cowboys And The Sounds Of,” an Editorial mix series from longtime contributor Daniel Rincon, we’re treated to the sounds of sad country music and trains passing by. The combination is unexpectedly heart-wrenching, as if the sound of trains bring us back to an era of long goodbyes and far distances. Three years in the making, Rincon’s two hour collection of cosmic country and folk is a testament to the enduring heartbreak and beauty of the genre.

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