There are few people for whom it is safe to employ the cliché, “She needs no introduction.” Lizzi Bougatsos—visual artist, Gang Gang Dance frontwoman, I.U.D. drummer and charmingly gentle weirdo—is one of them. Back in 2008, when Aaron Bondaroff’s show My Life in T-Shirts opened at Terrence Koh’s now defunct Asia Song Society, she was [...]
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Tonight, Friday, February 18, brings the full moon and the opening night of All That Is Unseen, curated by Dossier contributing editor Caris Reid and Meg O’Rourke. The exhibit focuses on metaphysical themes and the idea that what is unseen is eternal. The exhibit includes works by Eugene Von Bruenchenhein, Agnieszka Brzezanska, Christine Corday, Tony [...]
Artist and curator Tony Cox presents a playful and crude showing of work by Joe Roberts and Derrick Snodgrass at the Fuse Gallery, 93 2nd Ave. # A, NYC. The show opens tonight, January 8, and runs through January 25.
Secrets, a group photography show Alec and I curated, opened in LA just before Halloween. The show features 38 photographers’ idea of what constitutes a secret. It will be on view though November 14 at Space 1520 at 1520 Cahuenga. If you don’t have a chance to see it, you can also pick up the [...]
Though seemingly endowed with an elevating force, the majority of the material used in Tony Cox’s work could be found under foot. Daily debris, cigarette cartons,wrappers, fabric from a couch tossed to the curb, undergo an alchemy, as they are collected, kept, and woven into a patchwork. The spiritual in the banal. Spools of thread [...]