Margaret Meehan

Los Angeles Wrap Up: Ming Wong at REDCAT

Ming Wong, study for “Making Chinatown,” 2011. courtesy of REDCAT. One of the best things I saw while in Los Angeles was Ming Wong’s Making Chinatown at REDCAT. The Singapore-born, Berlin-based artist turned the gallery space into a fake studio back lot and projected pivotal scenes which he’d re-shot from Roman Polanski’s 1974 film Chinatown.  […]

Los Angeles Wrap Up: Ming Wong at REDCAT

Los Angeles Wrap Up: Part One

The Hotel Bonadventure in LA. I flew down to LA last week in honor of CAA, The College Art Association. While the majority of my peers went to panels, school reunions, and were either interviewers or interviewees at the conference; I spent my time being driven, palling around with friends, eating way too much: Cocktails […]

Los Angeles Wrap Up: Part One

Similar but Different #25: Legs

Finding this image: Made me think of this: Which reminded me of another book cover: Which made me think of Austin’s own: A family needs a home: and even better this: With less candles and more karma: Without pants and one less shoe: And one less leg: McCarthy’s sculpture reminded me of Alverson’s amazing painting: […]

Similar but Different #25: Legs