News & Information:

In honor of Memorial Day REDLING FINE ART will be closed Saturday, May 28th. We will re-open Kate Groobey: Perfect Potatoes Tuesday, May 30th.

Dawn Kasper to perform in conjunction with Anna Sew Hoy’s exhibition Invisible Tattoo on July 27th at Koenig & Clinton.

Excited for Tony Oursler’s Imponderable opening June 18th at MoMA.


Erlea Maneros Zabala at the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, runs through August 29.


Dawn Kasper: On Desire or Method at the American Academy in Rome, May 19th, 2016 with a performance on May 26th.


Dashiell Manley is in Marinade @BBQLA. Opening April 23rd.


Don’t Miss Dawn Kasper’s WISH WANT WISH this Saturday, 7pm at the Emily Harvey Foundation presented by ISSUE PROJECT ROOM


ALL RIGHT  Opening April 2nd 6 -8pm

Including: Silvie Auvray, Lynda Benglis, Liz Craft, Kelly Marie Conder, Sydney deJong, Magdalena Suarez Frimkess, Joanne Greenbaum, Liz Glynn, Jennifer Jackson Hutchins, Shio Kusaka, Liz Larner, Alice Mackler, Ruby Neri, Jennifer Rochlin, Beverly Semmes & Hannah Wilke


Closing March 11th, 6-8pmTuring’s Apple organized by Tony Oursler
Brian O’Connell PALOMAR opens Saturday, February 27th at Laure Genillard in London


Saturday 2pm – 9pm Erlea Maneros Zabala, toilet paper & you… @ LAND presents the ninth installation of Rob Pruitt’s Flea Market


AT RFA NOW…. Turing’s Apple, Organized by Tony Oursler January 28th – March 12th, 2015


Redling Fine Art is participating in ArtBandini: Friday, January 29th 6-10pm, Saturday, January 30th 4-8pm, and Sunday, January 31st, 4-8pm. 4006 N Figueroa Street, Los Angeles, CA 90065. Click here for more details


Dashiell Manley in Performing the Grid at Ben Maltz gallery at Otis, which opened January 23rd


 Congratulations to Liz Glynn on receiving the Creative Capital Grant Award. We can’t wait. Click Here for more details


Last week of Martin Kersels: Seen and Heard here at Redling Fine Art. Don’t Miss It


Martin Kersels’ show, Seen and Heard was reviewed in the Los Angeles Times. Check it out here


Liz Glynn gave an artist talk in conjunction with her exhibition, the Myth of Singularity, at LACMA Friday, January 15th, at 7:30 pm. Click Here for more details


Happy Holidays! Redling Fine Art will be closed December 22nd, 2015 to January 4th, 2016. Martin Kersels’ Seen and Heard will remain open after the holidays through January 16th, 2016


Redling Fine Art will be closed Thursday, November 26 — Monday, November 30 for Thanksgiving. We will reopen with regular hours, 10 am to 6 pm, on Tuesday, December 1st.


Martin Kersels: Seen and Heard opened last Sunday, November 22, 3 – 5pm at Redling Fine Art


Liz Glynn’s Myth of Singularity at LACMA was featured in LA Weekly’s 5 Art Shows to See in L.A. This Week


Liz Glynn’s Myth of Singularity at LACMA was reviewed in Wallpaper magazine.


Dawn Kasper worked in the Machine Project gallery at the Tang Museum from October 20 through 24 in open rehearsals, developing a piece that culminated with a final public performance on October 24 at 2 pm.


Redling Fine Art Expanded Space ReOpened October 4th, 2015 with: Jason Kraus five hundred and thirty three x five hundred and ninety one


Brian O’Connell and Corey Fogel were both in NEW WORKS SALON XXIX: BAHTO/WADA, FOGEL, IANNAZZI, JENKINS, JONES, O’CONNELL, RAVELO, which opened Saturday September 19th at the Echo Park Film Center.


Liz Glynn opened PATHOS (The Blind Exercises) at Paula Cooper Gallery September 11, 2015.


Liz Glynn was part of the Visiting Faculty 2015-16 show at the Harvard Carpenter Center for the Arts, from September 1-27, 2015, and will be a visiting professor there later this year


Dawn Kasper performed WHAT IS TIME? as part of “Pictures of the Moon with Teeth” curated by Kristan Kennedy, Portland Institute for Contemporary Art (PICA), Portland, Oregon
a part of TBA September 10 – October 11, 2015.


The Fireplace Project exhibited Dashiell Manley : a solo exhibition . His work was displayed in East Hampton until September 14th.


Liz Glynn performed at the Barbican London with Station to Station until July 26th. For more information, click here


Dawn Kasper conducted a series of actions at the gallery from May 21st to May 31st, culminating in a durational performance Sunday May 31st at 4p.


Dawn Kasper‘s first solo exhibition at Redling Fine Art: THE AGE OF ANXIETY was open through July 3rd


We presented a recording of the U.S. Première of Stephen Prina’s String Quartet for Six Players , 1976 at 11a, 1p, 3p & 5p


We presented a recording of Corey Fogel’s I am smiling at you, 2015 at 10a, 12p, 2p & 4p


Donate to our friend Tim Buggs AIDS/Lifecycle ride HERE… NOW

Donate to our friend Violet Hopkins AIDS/Lifecycle ride HERE… NOW 


New images of Jason Kraus’ show at Algus Greenspon, Finished objects


Erlea Maneros Zabala was named one of the 20 most influential Spanish women in art in El Mundo’s magazine: Yodona


We hope you saw the new project by Jason Kraus: Finished Objects at Algus Greenspon in New York. January 28-February 21, 2015.


GloMar II: Strange Engineering (a Giant 8 Fingered Crane) opened Saturday January 31st, and ran through March 14th, 2015


Liz Glynn‘s project for Pier 54 on the High Line in New York was up through December 13th, 2014


GloMar: Axis of Information opened Saturday November 15th. Opening from 6-8 pm


Redling Fine Art closed November 27th through November 29th for Thanksgiving


Erlea Maneros Zabala was in Suturak cerca a lo próximo at the San Telmo Museum in Madrid, which opened October 24


Dawn Kasper & Liz Glynn performed cosmo[il]logical I at the gallery November 1st and 2nd.


Liz Glynn & Dawn Kasper again at Art Basel Miami Beach: cosmo[il]logical II , Art Public, curated by Nicholas Baume



Dashiell Manley: Company and Conversations at Redling Fine Art September 6 – October 25, 2014



Dashiell Manley’s work was on view at the Los Angeles County Museum as part of Variations: Conversations in and Around Abstract Painting


TURN ON, TUNE IN, DROP OUT… Brian O’Connell was discussed on KCRW as I type


Brian O’Connell was included in the Hammer Museum’s Made in LA 2014 


Liz Glynn’s Golden Touch in Interview Magazine


Liz Glynn’s first solo project at a New York museum, RANSOM ROOM , was on view at SculptureCenter through July 28th.


The culmination of Liz Glynn’s ArtPace residency, the exhibition Hold Nothing, was on view in San Antonio, TX March 20th – May 18th, 2014


Dashiell Manley included in the 2014 Whitney Biennial


The Siren Song of Liz Glynn: The Artist on Shipwrecks, Pirates and Sending a Performer to Staten Island,, By Micheal H. Miller


The Guggenheim uploaded this little conversation between two of our favorite people: Erlea Maneros Zabala & Renaud Proch


Liz Glynn’s On the Possibility of Salvage a Critics’ Pick in ArtForum


Liz Glynn’s first solo show at Paula Cooper Gallery On the Possibility of Salvage opened Saturday January 11th


Erlea Maneros Zabala: Process & Method, Guggenheim, Bilbao, October 31st – February 16th


January 19th was Liz Glynn’s LAST [de]-lusions of Grandeur performance at LACMA focusing on Donald Judd’s Untitled (for Leo Castelli). The performance took place near the tar pit in Hancock Park


Liz Glynn’s fourth [de]-lusions of Grandeur performance at LACMA focused on Smoke by Tony Smith.


Redling Fine Art at NADA, Florida, December 5th – 8th


Jason Kraus‘ third solo show at Redling Fine Art: Concrete Form


Liz Glynn’s third [de]-lusions of Grandeur performance at LACMA focusing on the work of Richard Serra


Brian O’Connell included in Architecture Undigested at Fused Space


Dashiell Manley included in Dress Rehearsal at Galerie Andreas Huber.  Curated by Franklin Melendez


Liz Glynn now represented by Paula Cooper Gallery


JJ PEET: Daniel Peet and JJ PEET In Proximity at Gallery Diet, Miami FL from April 19th – June 1st, 2013


New Artist Dashiell Manley /// New Artist Dashiell Manley///New Artist Dashiell Manley


Liz Glynn included in Neo Povera, at L&M Arts, Los Angeles running May 23rd – July 6th, 2013


Liz Glynn included in Works Sited, reprised curated by Olivian Chan at Cleopatra’s, New York, from May 5th – June 30th


Dashiell Manley: The Great Train Robbery (Scene 3 version B) one of LAWeekly’s Five Artsy Things To Do This Week


Liz Glynn: in the Guardian Frieze New York turns two with a giant balloon dog and a VIP-free speakeasy


Liz Glynn: in The Art Newspaper Free drink! If you’re lucky…


Liz Glynn in W Magazine: What to see at the 2nd annual Frieze Art Fair


JJ PEET: Floating Heads and Time Collector reviewed by Carol Cheh in Artillery


Erlea Maneros Zabala: Past Work reviewed by Sharon Mizota in the Los Angeles Times


Erlea Maneros Zabala included in Blind Spot issue 46 guest edited by Walead Beshty


Liz Glynn in Modern Painters: What She Finds: Histories through objects by Emily Ellis Fox


Silas Asher Kraus Born 3/13/13 @ 5:11pm  9lb 3oz !!!


Liz Glynn: [de]-lusions of Grandeur: The Myth of Getting It Right the First Time previewed on Unframed: the LACMA blog


Learn more about Liz Glynn’s performance series, [de]-lusions of Grandeur, at LACMA, here


Liz Glynn: highlighted in Buck the Trend: Artists Channel Buckminster Fuller on Gallerist NY trends


JJ PEET: included in Art Review’s Future Greats: 28 Artists for Tomorrow Selected by Leading Artists, Critics and Curators of Today by Tom Sachs


JJ PEET Review: A last love letter from a sunsetting civilization in ArtSlant.  by Andrew Berardini


Brian O’Connell Interview: Brian O’Connell Suya Açılan Delikler… | Openings to the water… in Sanat Dunyamiz, with Mine Haydaroglu.


JJ PEET Review: Floating Heads and Time Collector in the Los Angeles Times. by Holly Myers


JJ PEET: Floating Heads and Time Collector one of LAWeekly’s Five Artsy Things To Do This Week


JJ PEET: Floating Heads and Time Collector featured in ArtSlant’s Some Shows We Think You Should See


Mario Correa: The reticence of the artist / the anticipation of the questioner. Mario Correa and Geoff Tuck on Notes on Looking


Mario Correa: featured in The Huffington Post’s Haiku Reviews


Liz Glynn:  [de]-lusions of Grandeur: The Myth of Singularity (after Rodin)  one of the LAWeekly’s Five Artsy Things to Do This Week


Mario Correa: The Muslins reviewed by Christopher Knight in the Los Angeles Times


Bob Law: Castle XXXIX, 1976 one of’s Best of 2012 by Travis Diehl 


Liz Glynn: One of’s 25 artists to watch in 2013


JJ PEET: DEFEND_Station highlighted by Martin Herbert for Art Review 


JJ PEET: DEFEND_Station in purple DIARY


JJ PEET: DEFEND_Station in Time Out New York


JJ PEET: DEFEND_Station one of Modern Painters 100 Fall Shows to See Around the World 


JJ PEET: DEFEND_Station highlighted by Allison Meier for ARTINFO


Liz Glynn awarded a Center for Cultural Innovation – Investing in Artist Grant for Artistic Innovation


Liz Glynn: HOARD at


Liz Glynn: HOARD in ArtSlant


Mario Correa’s new woodblock print installation at Ooga Booga, 943 North Broadway, Chinatown, Los Angeles opened March 18th, 2012


Redling Fine Art in the LAWeekly


Redling Fine Art in Du Jour magazine


Jason Kraus: Edits on


Bob Law: Castle XXXIX, 1976 reviewed in the Los Angeles Times


Jason Kraus: Dinner Repeated reviewed by Holly Myers in the LA Times


Jason Kraus: Dinner Repeated one of LA Weekly’s Five Artsy Things to Do This Week

Liz Glynn: No Second Troy reviewed in Artforum


Liz Glynn: No Second Troy reviewed in ArtScene


Erlea Maneros Zabala: highlighted in Artforum’s critics’ pick for Affective Turns?


Liz Glynn: The Rise and Fall of Liz Glynn by Andrew Berardini, Mousse Magazine, December 2011 – January 2012, pages 148 – 154


Brian O’Connell: Not Quite Rejection in

Liz Glynn: Artist Liz Glynn, Destroyer of Cities, Sets Sights on Troy, The Standard, culture blog


Brian O’Connell: Ways and Means in the Los Angeles Times