Ocula | Acaye Kerunen Weaves Her Way Back to the Venice Biennale

February 15, 2024

Ocula Director Eva Fuchs met with the performance artist, weaver, poet, and writer at the Barbican...

Art Basel | From a Kids’ TV Show to Deleuze: Mohamed Bourouissa’s Quest for Truth

February 12, 2024

Ahead of his retrospective at the Palais de Tokyo in Paris, the French-Algerian artist reflects on the roots of his multifaceted practice...

Design Scene | BLUM Celebrates 30 Years with ‘Written with a Splash of Blood’ Exhibition

January 29, 2024

Celebrating three decades of Japanese art...

Eddie Martinez to Represent San Marino at 2024 Venice Biennale

January 29, 2024

American artist Eddie Martinez will represent the Republic of San Marino, the small, landlocked country on the Italian peninsula, at the 2024 Venice Biennale...

Cultured | Why Artist Lynda Benglis Doesn’t Want Anyone Looking Up to Her

January 24, 2024

The prolific sculptor has a few key pieces of advice for rising artists on the scene, and plenty of anecdotes about her days making it in Los Angeles...

Flaunt | BLUM: Thirty Years: Written with a Splash of Blood

January 19, 2024

A milestone celebration of Japanese contemporary art and its impact on the gallery...

Cultured | At 45, Sonia Gomes Left Behind a Legal Career to Become an Artist. Here’s What She’s Learned in the Three Decades Since

January 18, 2024

The Brazilian sculptor reveals how a youthful desire for visibility kicked off her art career, and explains the ties that bind her work to that of her peers...

Art Basel | The Enduring Allure of Japan’s Traditional Crafts

January 15, 2024

Ceramics play a fundamental role in Japanese culture. Under the creative guidance of 16th-century tea masters like Sen no Rikyū, humble and rough-hewn pottery vessels were prized as highly refined cultural artifacts. The dynamically scarred and ruptured creations of the contemporary ceramic artist Yuji Ueda (b. 1975) question the conventions of this ancient medium in notable ways...

LA Weekly | The Swing of Things: Arts Calendar January 11–17

January 10, 2024

Thirty Years: Written with a Splash of Blood at BLUM. A milestone exhibition celebrating the gallery’s 30th anniversary, installed across its three locations—Los Angeles, Tokyo, and New York...

Ocula | Tim Blum Reflects on 30 Years in the Art Business

January 10, 2024

BLUM's anniversary exhibition, a survey of Japanese art going back to the 1960s, opens in Los Angeles on 13 January and in Tokyo on 20 January...

Art Basel | The Rise And Rise Of Alvaro Barrington

January 8, 2024

In just a few years since graduating from art school, the London-based artist has shot to international stardom. He's now set his sights on creating a new hybrid art space in the Whitechapel district...

Cultured | This Week in Culture: January 8 - 14

January 8, 2024

This exhibition, marking the gallery’s 30th anniversary (following its recent pivot from Blum & Poe to Blum), offers an intergenerational survey of Japanese art from the 1960s to the present...

Artillery | The Here and Now of It

January 2, 2024

Acaye Kerunen Finds Purpose and Community in a Scarred Landscape...

NPR | Lonnie Holley

December 29, 2023

'Oh Me Oh My': Finding grace after something hellified (a New Year's story)...

Artillery | Best in Show: Artillery 2023 Top Ten

December 29, 2023

“Pictures Girls Make”:  Portraitures — curated by Alison M. Gingeras at Blum & Poe (now BLUM)...

ARTnews | The Year in Black Art

December 22, 2023

“Lonnie Holley: If You Really Knew,” exhibited at the Museum of Contemporary Art in North Miami, focused on the artist’s improvisational turning of personal hardships into drawings, paintings, sculpture, photography, performance, and sound...

Mousse Magazine | Alexander Tovborg in Conversation with Francesca Astesani from the Publication "Alexander Tovborg: The Church"

December 13, 2023

As an artist, this mystery keeps me going. I’m not interested in intellectualising or putting into words what we’re dealing with. For me it is all about communicating the mystery of religious faith with a feeling...

Rolling Stone | Linder Sterling: "Super Women Are Coming into Their Own"

December 11, 2023

Linder Sterling tells Rolling Stone UK about the genesis of her latest exhibition, Women in Revolt!, and the place of punk in 2023...

Cultured | Dealers Tim Blum, Pamela Echeverría, and Ellie Rines Break Down the Phenomenon the Art World Loves to Hate

December 8, 2023

Three art dealers at different stages of their careers give CULTURED an exclusive look behind the curtain of today’s art fair ecosystem...

Cultured | 14 "Cultured" Young Artist Alums Weigh In on What Their Careers Have Taught Them So Far

November 24, 2023

Ahead of the announcement of the annual Young Artists list next week, CULTURED caught up with talents who made the cut over the past seven years...

ArtReview | “Pictures Girls Make”: A Genre of Appearance

November 15, 2023

An exhibition at Blum & Poe, Los Angeles makes in portraiture an argument for an expansive, humanistic feminism...

The Face | Linder Sterling: ​“Each Generation Has to Look Out for Itself”

November 10, 2023

The natural-born rebel discusses making art to shock, performing seances in school toilets and her part in the Tate’s new Women in Revolt exhibition...

Flaunt | BLUM Gallery: Tom Anholt, Simphiwe Ndzube, and Sam Moyer

November 9, 2023

Three exhibitions run concurrently at BLUM in Los Angeles through December 16th...

Los Angeles Times | Weekly Countdown

November 8, 2023

From BLUM Gallery to the Huntington, exciting new art exhibits are all over L.A...

Artillery | Pick of the Week: Simphiwe Ndzube

November 8, 2023

“Have I ever felt strange suddenly being myself?” I thought after leaving Simphiwe Ndzube’s exhibition, “Chorus” at BLUM...

Please join us at BLUM Los Angeles on February 28 beginning at 4pm for a curator-led walkthrough...
BLUM is pleased to announce the representation of Warsaw-based artist @aleksandrawaliszewska,...
This Sunday, February 25, is the last day to see @michinara3’s “The Beginning Place” at @aomorikenbi in Aomori, Japan...
On the occasion of Frieze Los Angeles 2024 and the gallery’s thirtieth anniversary, BLUM honors the past and looks to the future...
“This captivating showcase, spanning three locations—Los Angeles, Tokyo, and New York...
“My work is Black, it is feminine, and it is marginal. I am a rebel...
Thank you, Los Angeles, for coming out in such numbers to see “Thirty Years: Written with a Splash of Blood!”...
“Six Landscapes”—a two-person exhibition featuring work by Matt Saunders...
祝您龍年大吉,萬事如意⁠Happy Year of the Dragon⁠⁠...
Congratulations to @mohamedbourouissa! The artist's first retrospective in a national institution...
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BLUM Los Angeles will be open for extended hours during Frieze Los Angeles. Visit the gallery Monday, February 26–Sunday, March 3, 10am–6pm.