Jonathan Griffin

The works on paper at Parker Gallery, in Los Angeles, ‘encounter memories, fantasies and dream images along the way’

By Jonathan Griffin

At Nasher Sculpture Center, the prolific artist’s solo exhibition chafes at the history of Western modernism

By Jonathan Griffin
Lonnie Holley, ’American Landscapes’, 2019. Courtesy: Dallas Museum of Art

Despite a soaring performance at the Dallas Museum of Art, the self-taught artist is still too often treated as an outsider

By Jonathan Griffin

Ancestral knowledge and utopian thinking lend power to a sometimes uneven exhibition 

By Jonathan Griffin

How an art magazine morphed into an international event

By Jonathan Griffin

From an epic Rembrandt restoration and Charles White retrospective, to a trip to the Museum of Frogs, the best things ahead of us this year

An exhibition at MOCA, Los Angeles, creates a trans-historical dialogue between Farber’s works and a generation of artists he influenced

By Jonathan Griffin

‘It was exactly the right thing at exactly the right time’

By Jonathan Griffin

An exhibition at Regen Projects, Los Angeles, sheds new light on colonialist patterns and projections 

By Jonathan Griffin

At LA-based non-profit space JOAN, works by local artists Walter Askin, Elizabeth Bain and Sandra Vista embody theatricality in all its forms

By Jonathan Griffin

From high-end kitchens to backyard pit smokers, the esteemed food writer found art and artistry in ‘the fault lines’ between communities

By Jonathan Griffin

Meticulous, gently humorous paintings isolate a deeply personal encounter with the obdurate structures of society and culture

By Jonathan Griffin