A+P’s 2014-15 Artists-in-Residence program was a 14-month long residency offered to professional artists living and working in Los Angeles. Artists receive free, non-living studio space for development of new work. The residency culminated in an exhibition of the residents’ work in July, 2015.
Los Angeles Times by Christopher Knight With its vivid colors, direct appeal to commerce and jaunty emphasis on diversionary amusement, Pop is not often regarded as one of the dark arts. The work of Alex Da Corte seems to be an exception to the rule. A thread of deep, disquieting despair runs through the seemingly cheerful…Read More
Artforum by Aria Dean As you enter this space, your senses are bombarded by Alex Da Corte’s scrambled, saturated landscape. A supersized witch’s hat fills the first area, lit by green and red neon from above. This is flanked by a stained-glass window depicting a red rose, referencing Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, and a floor-to-ceiling,…Read More
Citizine by Arden Shore Not only has Mark Bradford created an amazing dialogue in the community with Art + Practice, but he’s situated it in a very historical art neighborhood where the legendary Brockman Gallery took its residence years ago. Read the full article here.Read More
Los Angeles Times by Carolina A. Miranda Alex Da Corte, “A Season in He’ll,” at Art + Practice. An exhibition by the New Jersey-born conceptual artist includes a series of works inspired by French poet Arthur Rimbaud’s influential prose poem, “A Season in Hell,” which explores topics of morality, desire and death. In video and in sculptural…Read More