Alison Saar turns things ‘Topsy Turvy’ at L.A. Louver

When we first meet Topsy in the pages of “Uncle Tom’s Cabin,” the enslaved young girl grins, “goblin-like,” and repeatedly professes her wickedness. She embodies blackness to her young mistress Eva’s whiteness; she plays devil to Eva’s saint, base …

When we first meet Topsy in the pages of "Uncle Tom's Cabin," the enslaved young girl grins, "goblin-like," and repeatedly professes her wickedness. She embodies blackness to her young mistress Eva's whiteness; she plays devil to Eva's saint, base earth to Eva's ethereal spirit. She comes into...

One bed photo per day, for years and years: Mesmerizing moments from an art show about daily life

Google the term “daily practice,” and you’ll get an assortment of mindfulness tips and prompts encouraging a regular, self-actualizing regime. What the search is not likely to deliver are parameters like those adopted by the 15 artists in “Every (o…

Google the term "daily practice," and you'll get an assortment of mindfulness tips and prompts encouraging a regular, self-actualizing regime.

What the search is not likely to deliver are parameters like those adopted by the 15 artists in "Every (ongoing) Day" at Arena 1 Gallery: Place a piece...