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In Los Angeles, the New Year now reliably brings tidings of bold vision, reflected in Phil Tarley’s The Cluster Paradigm, his thorough round-up of fine art fairs that will brilliantly transform our city well into Spring. Fabrik’s 27th Issue, coinciding with this ‘Art Fair’ season, profiles landscape photographer Florian Maier-Aichen, who splits his time living/working between LA and Germany, and his recent hauntingly sumptuous exhibition at Blum and Poe. Contributing writer Lanee Lee delves into artist-designer Azadeh Shladovsky’s collaborative spirit in Vision Quest and also brings readers an exclusive interview with Wexler by 2: An Architect and his Son, about iconoclasts Donald Wexler and Glen Wexler. Artist and veteran teacher David Moen’s A Contemplated Life shares meaningful glimpses into the mind and work of an artist deeply informed by decades of working with and teaching art. In Dancing on History’s Grave: Part II, Jacki Apple further illuminates outstanding practice within contemporary dance in which “[h]istory is a multifaceted mirror in which the past, present and future collide in space-time.” The magazine welcomes another provocatively engaging installment of Emergent Presence: 8 LA Artists You (Really) Should Know About, curated especially for these pages by MAX PRESNEILL, COLTON STENKE & KIO GRIFFITH of ARTRA CURATORIAL. Associate Editor Peter Frank’s regular feature Art About Town Museum Views sheds light this issue on shows worth investigating at LACMA. Of particular note are Haunted Screens: German Cinema in the 1920s (through April 26), Larry Sultan: Here and Home (through March 22), Delacroix’s Greece on the Ruins of Missolonghi (through Feb. 15) and Thomas Demand: Pacific Sun (through April 12).  Art in the city awaits. Go forth and seek its pleasures…

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Fabrik 27 Cover


Florian Maier-Aichen at Blum & Poe
By Kristen Osborne-Bartucca

David Moen: A Contemplated Life
By Michele Antenorcruz

Vision Quest: Artist-Designer Azadeh Shladovsky
By Lanee Lee

Wexler by 2:: An Architect and his Son
By Lanee Lee

Dance Camera West: Dancing on History’s Grave
By Jacki Apple

Fresh Faces in Art
Emergent Presence: LA Artists You Should Know
By ARTRA Curatorial: Max Presneill, Kio Griffith & Colton Stenke

Art About Town
Peter Frank’s Museum Views

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+ Emergent Presence
  • Copro Gallery: ‘Suggestivism: Chronology’
  • John Mills
  • Marcos Lutyens
  • Molly Larkey
  • Annie Lapin
  • Whitney Hubbs