Alex Heilbron's solo exhbition Time and Intent at Meliksetian | Briggs featured on Contemporary Art Daily.
Alex Heilbron's solo exhbition Time and Intent at Meliksetian | Briggs featured on Contemporary Art Daily.
Alex Heilbron's Time and Intent at Meliksetian | Briggs reviewed in Editorial Magazine by Molly Cranston.
Alex Heilbron's exhbition Time and Intent at Meliksetian | Briggs featured in London-based Émergent Magazine.
Alex Heilbron's Time and Intent reviewed by Matt Stromberg in Contemporary Art Review Los Angeles.
Alex Heilbron's work featured in the article See Works by 5 Artists in the Artnet Gallery Network That We’re Watching This Month in Artnet News.
Shagha Ariannia's solo exhibition It's a Date organized by Luana Hildebrandt at Meliksetian | Briggs reviewed in Artforum's September 2020 print edition by Andy Campbell.
John Miller's solo exhibition An Elixir of Immortality at the Schinkel Pavillon, Berlin reviewed in the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (in German).
Crossed Paths, Alex Kitnick on the public art of Lower Manhattan featuring a discussion of the work of John Miller in the August print edition of Artforum.
Shagha Ariannia's exhibition It's a Date at Meliksetian | Briggs featured on Contemporary Art Daily.
Katie White's article Here are 5 Rising Stars With Shows to Catch This Month featuring Shagha Ariannia's show It's a Date on Artnet.
John Miller in conversation with Claudia Steinberg in June's TANK Magazine.
9 Artworks Our Experts Are Loving featuring Johannes Wohnseifer's work on Artnet
Johannes Wohnsiefer's exhibition Fractured Memories at Meliksetian | Briggs featured on Contemporary Art Daily.
Interview with John Miller in the March issue of Art in America on the occasion of his exhibition The Collapse of Neoliberalism at Metro Pictures, New York.
Anna Meliksetian and Michael Briggs interviewed by Andrea Karnes, curator at The Modern, Fort Worth about the gallery's presentation of the work of Bas Jan Ader and Cody Trepte at the Dallas Art Fair in April 2020 in Patron Magazine's February / March issue.
Major gifts to the Vancouver Art Gallery including multiple works by Johannes Wohnseifer announced in Artforum.
Our Bas Jan Ader exhibition Water's Edge at Meliksetian | Briggs reviewed by Jan Tumlir in the October 2019 print issue of Artforum.
John Miller's Other Subjectivities at Meyer Reigger, Berlin is an Artforum Critics' Pick.
Looking back at Disappearing: California c.1970 featuring Bas Jan Ader by Katherine Keener in Art-Critique.
Exhibition of the work of Bas Jan Ader Water's Edge at Meliksetian | Briggs featured on Contemporary Art Daily.
Leah Ollman reviews our Bas Jan Ader exhibition Water's Edge at Meliksetian | Briggs in the Los Angeles Times.
Feature article on the work of Bas Jan Ader Eroe Moderno by Germano D'Acquisto in Studio Rivista magazine (in Italian).
Hunter Drohojowska-Philp's Art Talk on KCRW, podcast and article about Disappearing - California c. 1970: Bas Jan Ader, Chris Burden, Jack Goldstein at The Modern, Fort Worth through August 11, 2019.
Feature article on Disappearing - California c. 1970 at The Modern, Fort Worth featuring the work of Bas Jan Ader, as well as an interview with curator Philipp Kaiser in Paper City.
Allison McNearney speaks to Mary Sue Ader Andersen about Bas Jan Ader in the feature article Lost Masterpieces: The ‘Methodical Romance’ of Bas Jan Ader, the Artist Who Set Sail and Never Returned in The Daily Beast.
Todd Gray in the feature article The Whitney Biennial Called. How Will They Answer? in The New York Times.
Noah Charney's article Lost Artists: Why Some Creators Disappear featuring a discussion of Bas Jan Ader's work in The Art Newspaper.
Shana Nys Drambot's feature article on Todd Gray's Pluralities of Being at the Palm Springs Art Museum in LA Weekly.
Christiane Lyons' work featured in David Garver's roundup of the highlights of Art Los Angeles Contemporary 2019 in Cool Hunting.
Christiane Lyons' work chosen as one of the highlights of the 10th anniversary of Art Los Angeles Contemporary in Autre.
Critic Jody Zellen reviews Meg Cranston's Hue, Saturation, Value: The Archer Paintings at Meliksetian | Briggs.
Christopher Knight reviews Adam Saks' show Pilgrim on a Hidden Path at Meliksetian | Briggs.
Todd Gray's exhibition Portraits at Meliksetian | Briggs featured on Contemporary Art Daily.
Review of Todd Gray's Portraits at Meliksetian | Briggs by Catherine Taft in the September 2018 print issue of Artforum.
Todd Gray's latest exhibition Portraits at Meliksetian | Briggs reviewed in the Los Angeles Times by critic Sharon Mizota.
Beatrice Zamponi's feature article on Michael Jackson: On the Wall at the National Portrait Gallery, London including discussion with Todd Gray in June's Vogue Italia.
John Miller's The End of History at Meliksetian | Briggs featured in Contemporary Art Daily.
This month's cover story in Scupture Magazine features the work of Lisa Seebach.
Jack Goldstein's Selectric Works at Meliksetian | Briggs featured on Contemporary Art Daily.
Catherine Wagley reviews André Butzer's curated show Back to the Shack in CARLA.
Shana Nys Drambot reviews Meg Cranston's Same Composition, Different Hues, Different Titles in September's Artillery Magazine.
Alexander Adams article on Bas Jan Ader, The Artist Who Vanished in Spiked Review.
Meg Cranston's new show Same Composition, Different Hues, Different Titles at Meliksetian | Briggs featured in Blouin ARTINFO.
Madness with a Straight Face, a conversation between John Miller and Laura López Paniagua in Mousse Magazine.
Johannes Wohnseifer's Class & Class Conflict is one of Molly Enholm's Critics Picks in art ltd. magazine.
Jonathan Curiel reviews Todd Gray's solo exhibition My Life in the Bush with MJ and Iggy at the Museum of the African Diaspora / MoAD, San Francisco in SF Weekly.
Johannes Wohnseifer's new show Class and Class Conflict at Meliksetian | Briggs featured in Blouin ARTINFO.
Bas Jan Ader's Primary Time at White Columns, New York is Blake Gopnik's Daily Pic on Artnet.
John Miller and Aura Rosenberg featured in Gary Indiana's feature article about the "Pictures Generation" These 80s Artists Are More Important than Ever in the New York Times Style Magazine.
Todd Gray's performance Iggy Pop Tried to Kill Me featured in Catherine Wagley's round-up of Art Los Angeles Contemporary 2017.
Todd Gray's Iggy Pop Tried to Kill Me performance at Art Los Angeles Contemporary is one of Catherine Wagley's 5 Shows to See in L.A. This Week in LA Weekly.
Richard Hoeck & John Miller's Mannequin Death at Meliksetian | Briggs on Contemporary Art Daily.
John Miller's thoughts on "How to Fix the Art World" in the Winter 2017 issue of ARTnews.
Tiernan Morgan's feature article In Search of Bas Jan Ader, the Artist who Disappeared at Sea in Hyperallergic.
Catherine Wagley reviews Tim Berresheim's Aus Alter Wurzel Neue Kraft at Meliksetian | Briggs in LA Weekly.
David Pagel reviews Tim Berresheim's exhibition Aus Alter Wurzel Neue Kraft at Meliksetian | Briggs in the Los Angeles Times.
Review of Bas Jan Ader's solo exhibition at Metro Pictures, New York in Mousse Magazine.
Preview in LA Weekly of Todd Gray's upcoming conversation with Made in L.A. 2016 curator Hamza Walker at the Hammer Museum, Los Angeles.
Lorena Muñoz-Alonso reviews Bas Jan Ader's solo exhibition at Simon Lee Gallery, London in Artnet.
Critic Sharon Mizota's review of Todd Gray's Time Machine / Hippie Dandy at Meliksetian | Briggs in the Los Angeles Times.
Aram Moshayedi, co-curator of a, the, though, only, this year's iteration of the Hammer Museum's Made in L.A. biennial discusses the exhibition and Todd Gray's perfomance / social sculpture, Ray in Flash Art.
John Miller's solo survey exhibition I Stand, I Fall curated by Alex Gartenfeld at the ICA / Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami on Contemporary Art Daily.
John Miller's solo survey exhibition I Stand, I Fall at the Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami reviewed by Wendy Vogel in Art in America.
Catherine Wagley reviews Aura Rosenberg's solo show Head Shots at the non-profit space JOAN in Los Angeles.
Feature article on Todd Gray "Framing of Identity" by Seph Rodney in Artillery magazine.
Leah Ollman reviews Meg Cranston's Pizza, Bagpipe, Carburetor at Meliksetian | Briggs in the Los Angeles Times.
John Miller speaks with longtime friend and fellow California Institute of the Arts graduate, the artist Christopher Williams on the eve of his major survey show I Stand, I Fall, at the ICA / Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami in Interview.
Leanna Robinson reviews Meg Cranston's show Pizza, Bagpipe, Carburetor at Meliksetian | Briggs in Artillery Magazine.
John Miller speaks with his close friend L.A. based artist and fellow CalArts grad Jim Shaw about about his experiences as a young artist in New York in the 1980s, his evolving approach to art making, the exhibition’s unique focus, and the powerful influence of some of the mainstays of American popular culture, Magnum P.I., ABBA, and reality TV stars among them in the Miami Rail.
Interview with John Miller on the occasion of his solo exhibition at the ICA / Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami with Blouin Artinfo's Hunter Braithwaite.
Feature article on John Miller's I Stand, I Fall survey exhibition at the ICA / Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami in the Miami New Times.
Jori Finkel's review of this year's Art Los Angeles Contemporary in The Art Newpaper featuring the work of Todd Gray at the booth of Meliksetian | Briggs.
Catherine Wagley reviews Aura Rosenberg's exhibition Who Am I? What Am I? Where Am I? at Meliksetian | Briggs in Photograph magazine.
Meg Cranston's Pizza, Bagpipe, Carburetor at Meliksetian | Briggs is one of Art Ltd.'s Critic's Picks for January 2016, by Shana Nys Dambrot.
Kavior Moon reviews Mustafa Hulusi's Recollections of Underdevelopment exhibition at Meliksetian | Briggs in Artforum.
Mustafa Hulusi talks about Mad Max, Tarkofsky and social media in an interview with Garage Magazine.
Christopher Knight reviews Richard Hoeck & Heimo Zobernig's 1997/2013 at Meliksetian | Briggs in the Los Angeles Times.
The Boston Globe reviews Todd Gray's exhibition Caliban in the Mirror: Exquisite Terribleness at Samson Projects, Boston.
Aura Rosenberg talks about "the Missing Souvenir" and her project Berlin Childhood in This Long Century.
Shana Nys Dambrot's review of Bas Jan Ader's Drifting Home in the March/ April issue of Art Ltd.
Christopher Knight reviews Bas Jan Ader's Drifting Home in the Los Angeles Times.
John Miller's Here in the Real World reviewed by David Reisman in the March 2015 issue of Frieze.
Suzanne Muchnic reviews John Miller's Do It Again! at Meliksetian|Briggs in the February 2015 issue of ARTnews.
William J Simmons on John Miller's Here in the Real World at Metro Pictures and Mary Boone in Modern Painters and on Blouin Art Info.
Laura Van Straaten previews John Miller's new exhibition Here in the Real World at Metro Pictures and Mary Boone Gallery in Chelsea.
ArtNews includes Aura Rosenberg's paintings in their round up of the Independant New York art fair.
Announcement of the appointment of Meliksetian | Briggs as the exclusive representative of the Estate of Bas Jan Ader in Blouin Artinfo.
Ed Schad reviews David Hendren's
2 gallery exhibition Echo's Drift at Meliksetian|Briggs and 5 Car Garage in the September 2014 issue of Art Review.
Christiane Lyons' exhibition What Goes Around Comes Around, reviewed by A. Moret in Art Ltd.
Aura Rosenberg talks about Dialectical Porn Rocks, The Golden Age and Who Am I? What Am I? Where Am I? with John Miller.
Interview with Meg Cranston and John Baldessari on the occasion of their collaborative exhibition Keep It Simple, Keep It Fresh at Michael Janssen, Singapore by Nicola Anthony.
Peter Frank's review of Richard Hoeck and John Miller's Something for Everyone in The Huffington Post.
Richard Hoeck and John Miller's Something for Everyone is Catherine Wagley's top pick in LA Weekly.