CURA.

Nicodim Gallery, Los Angeles
"The drabness of her daily life made her dream of luxury, her husband’s conjugal affection…
The centerpiece of Paratore’s installation comprises a number of Tolix-inspired chairs and tables, symbols of…
The culturally entrenched imagery of cartoons carry only the virtuosity of his technique—figures aren’t appropriated…
S walks in the park, chatting with a low flying eagle that’s sometimes a seagull…
Beings stumbling through darkness hath seen Great Light above; on those residing in the eternal…
The paintings of Daniel Pitín are firmly holding on to the eternal distinction between light…
We’re pleased to announce CURA.’s participation in Printed Matter’s LA Art Book Fair
 The Geffen…
Memory comes to live through action in the present. We give life to memory through…
This is a tale of a slicked wedding singer from the Gaza Strip who won…
Ghebaly Gallery, Los Angeles is hosting until October 29 Broken Things Float Faster, New York-based…
Democracy is Neil Beloufa’s third solo exhibition at Ghebaly Gallery, Los Angeles. Over the past…
Fahrenheit presents GLMAOUR, an extensive installation produced by Renaud Jerez (b.1982 in Narbonne, France; lives…
Maaike Schoorel is internationally known and admired for her atmospheric paintings which utilize scientific and…
Nicodim Gallery, Los Angeles is hosting until May 28 a solo show by Romanian artist…
5122.65 Miles, the title of Giorgio Andreotta Calò’s solo exhibition at Depart Foundation, Los Angeles,…
Nicodim Gallery, Los Angeles is hosting until March 5 Sandomir, a solo show by Berlin-based…
The new works stem from the artist’s recent examination of the relationship between the Hollywood…
A line is a liquid thing. It can glide through the profile of a face,…
Workland: the fence is a narrow place by Ed Fornieles with Hannah Black + Matt…
The Caesar salad starts its history as an unlikely amalgam of disparate ingredients, but has since become a deeper cultural institution, persisting or preserved as a melange of different parts.