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NADA New York 2022

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Alia Shawkat, "Get Your Fantasy Off My Ass," 2021, curated by Ambre Kelly and Andrew Gori.
Ronan Day-Lewis, "The Beginning (Listen! Your Brother's Blood Cries Out To Me From The Soil)," 2022, curated by Rebecca Bird.
Anna Berghuis, "Flash Prohibited," 2022, curated by LaiSun Keane.
Michael Stillion, "Euphoric Erosion," 2022, curated by DC Smith.
Opal Ong, "Feeling Pretty," 2022, curated by Nora Lucia Boyd.
Mike Chattem, "Data Harem," 2022, curated by Mike Chattem.
Sarah Thibault, "Bad Seed," 2022, curated by Hilde Helphenstein _ Matthew Capasso.
Zoe McGuire, "Relatives," 2022, curated by Maria Petrovskaya.
Zoe McGuire, "Relatives," 2022, curated by Maria Petrovskaya.
Art

SPRING/BREAK Finds a New Home in Los Angeles for 2022

By Pearl Fontaine

February 15, 2022

This week from February 17—20, the SPRING/BREAK Art Show returns to Los Angeles with more than 50 exhibitions surrounding the theme “HEARSAY:HERESY.” Debuting with a preview on February 16, the third LA edition of the curator-led fair takes place for the first time within the former factory site of Skylight Culver City.

“For the past seven years, SPRING/BREAK has been an incredible partner to Skylight, bringing creativity and energy to launch new venues across NY and LA,” said Skylight Studios CEO Stephanie Blake.“They share my passion for urban archeology, and the joy of discovering underutilized buildings and transforming them through the lens of art. I’m excited to launch Skylight Culver City together and continue making magic.”

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Ronan Day-Lewis, "The Beginning (Listen! Your Brother's Blood Cries Out To Me From The Soil)," 2022, curated by Rebecca Bird.

We’re keeping our eye out for the first-time solo presentation by artist and actress Alia Shawkat;a show of satirist Jerry Gogoian’s first-ever artworks; Ronan Day-Lewis’s debut solo exhibition; and work by the fashion icon and artist Maripol. Other presentations have been conceived by curators like Abigail Ogilvy Gallery, Leila Wahba and Seline Camli Anjel, Zahra Sherzad, Transformer, Casey Jex Smith, Heinz Patatzki, The Untitled Space, Nora Lucia Boyd, Ankita Mukherji and Elisabeth Smolarz, and LaiSun Keane.

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Sarah Thibault, "Bad Seed," 2022, curated by Hilde Helphenstein _ Matthew Capasso.

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Mike Chattem, "Data Harem," 2022, curated by Mike Chattem.

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Anna Berghuis, "Flash Prohibited," 2022, curated by LaiSun Keane.

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Alia Shawkat, "Get Your Fantasy Off My Ass," 2021, curated by Ambre Kelly and Andrew Gori.
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