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Melvino Garretti
Vino's Carnival of Ceramic Curiosities, or the Circuitous Path to Calamity
Jan 30 – Mar 27, 2021
Luam Melake
Sensitive Forms
Jan 30 – Mar 27, 2021
Gladys Nilsson
Old Lady Drawings, 1990–2020
Nov 7, 2020 – Jan 16, 2021
Keegan Monaghan
Bowl of Food
Nov 7, 2020 – Jan 16, 2021
Joseph Holtzman
Six Recent Paintings
Oct 16 – Dec 20, 2020
Maija Peeples-Bright
beautiFOAL
Sep 13 – Oct 31, 2020
Troy Chew
Fuck the King's Horses and All the King's Men
Sep 13 – Oct 31, 2020
Sculpture from a Distance (Part III)
May 31 – Jun 13, 2020
Sculpture from a Distance (Part II)
May 16 – May 29, 2020
Sculpture from a Distance (Part I)
May 1 – May 14, 2020
A Page From My Intimate Journal (Part II)—
at Parker Gallery, LA
Mar 15 – Jun 13, 2020
William T. Wiley
Real Eye on Change at Gordon Robichaux, NY
Mar 1 – May 31, 2020
Marley Freeman
Why I'm Turning My Key
Jan 12 – Feb 29, 2020
Judy Linn
For Ruth Roman
Jan 12 – Feb 29, 2020
Franklin Williams
The Inimitable Professor Emeritus
Oct 27 – Dec 21, 2019
Nickola Pottinger
Little theatre
Oct 27 – Dec 21, 2019
Irving Marcus
Works from the 1980s
Sep 8 – Oct 19, 2019
Hannah Greely
Busy Box
Sep 8 – Oct 19, 2019
Dilexi Gallery
Seeking the Unknown
Jun 15 – Aug 10, 2019
Roy De Forest
Works on Paper
Apr 14 – May 25, 2019
Graham Hamilton
Alphabet City
Apr 14 – May 25, 2019
Nancy Shaver & Emi Winter
Gathering texture, following shape
Feb 3 – Mar 30, 2019
Jim Drain
Half a Hole
Feb 3 – Mar 30, 2019
Alan Turner
Paintings, 1979-2009
Nov 11, 2018 – Jan 19, 2019
Alexandra Noel
Theatre Road
Nov 11, 2018 – Jan 19, 2019
Dustin Metz & Roni Shneior
Tatzpit
Sep 16 – Nov 3, 2018
Gertrud Parker
Recent Works in Encaustic
Sep 16 – Nov 3, 2018
The Candy Store
Jun 10 – Aug 11, 2018
Duncan Hannah
Apr 8 – May 26, 2018
Lukas Geronimas
Swallow Your World
Feb 15 – Mar 31, 2018
Marley Freeman
Californienne
Feb 15 – Mar 31, 2018
William T. Wiley
Nov 12, 2017 – Jan 27, 2018
Hannah Greely
Nov 12, 2017 – Jan 27, 2018
Franklin Williams
1963–1973
Sep 17 – Nov 4, 2017
Nut Art
May 28 – Aug 5, 2017
Gene Beery
Troy Lamarr Chew II
Marley Freeman
Melvino Garretti
Lukas Geronimas
Hannah Greely
Joseph Holtzman
Irving Marcus
Gladys Nilsson
Maija Peeples-Bright
William T. Wiley
Franklin Williams
Art Basel Miami Beach
2020
Dec 2 – Dec 6, 2020
Art Basel
2020
Jun 17 – Jun 26, 2020
Independent NY
2020
Mar 5 – Mar 8, 2020
Frieze Los Angeles
2020
Feb 14 – Feb 16, 2020
Art Basel Miami Beach
2019
Dec 5 – Dec 8, 2019
Independent NY
2019
Mar 7 – Mar 10, 2019
Frieze Los Angeles
2019
Feb 14 – Feb 17, 2019
NADA Miami
2018
Dec 6 – Dec 9, 2018
Miart
2018
Apr 13 – Apr 15, 2018
NADA New York
2018
Mar 8 – Mar 11, 2018
Art Los Angeles Contemporary
2018
Jan 25 – Jan 28, 2018
NADA Miami
2017
Dec 7 – Dec 10, 2017
The Best of Nest

Hardback, 542 pages
11 x 9 inches (27.9 x 22.9 cm)
Edited by Todd Oldham
Essay by Joseph Holtzman
Phaidon, New York
November 2020

$100

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Maija Peeples-Bright: beautiFOAL

Perfect bound, 380 pages
9 1/4 x 10 1/2 inches (23.49 x 26.67 cm)
Essays by Michael Duncan, Cat Kron
Design by Morgan Canavan
Edition of 500
Parker Gallery
September 2020

$65

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Franklin Williams: 1963-73

Envelope, 33 pages
12 × 9 inches (22.8 × 30.5 cm)
Essay by Eli Diner
Design by Folder Studio
Edition of 250
Parker Gallery
September 2017

$30

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Alan Turner: Paintings, 1979-2009

Perfect bound, 76 pages
10 × 8 inches (20.3 × 25.4 cm)
Text by Alan Turner
Interview by Dan Nadel
Design by Morgan Canavan
Edition of 200
Parker Gallery
November 2018

$40

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Annabell P Lee x Nest : Special Edition LS Tee

Artist and designer Annabell P Lee hand paints vividly colored patterns on a variety of textiles. For the Nest Magazine collaboration, Annabell has provided ten unique, handpainted long sleeve shirts, each featuring an iteration of our "Gothic Shelf" imagery. Graphics designed by Justin Hunt Sloane. 100% cotton. Hand painted in MA, screen printed in CA.

$145

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Eckhaus Latta x Nest : Special Edition Lapped Tee

Design duo Eckhaus Latta has provided us with their classic lapped tees for the Nest Magazine collaboration. The tee is cut in 1x1 cotton baby rib. The top is broken up into multiple lapped pieces that are highlighted by topstitching. This limited edition features screen printed vases, decorated with the faces of the Spring 2003 issue's contributors sitting on a gothic shelf, below ornate typography sourced from the magazine. On the sleeve is a signature subscription card. Designed by Justin Hunt Sloane. 100% cotton and screen printed in Southern California.

$145

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Emily Dawn Long x Nest : Special Edition LS Tee

Emily Dawn Long, an NYC-based artist and designer, has hand painted a limited edition long sleeve shirt for the Nest Magazine capsule. Inspired by the decorative motifs present throughout the magazine, Emily has painted a new floral pattern across the fabric using natural dyes. Each shirt is then screen printed with a collection of the magazine's ever-changing logos. Graphics designed by Justin Hunt Sloane. 100% cotton. Hand painted in NYC, screen printed in CA.

Note: Each is unique and may not be exactly as photographed. Natural dyes sometimes. The shirts have been pre-washed to anticipate running. Hand wash gentle for longer lasting image.

$145

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Nest Long Sleeve Logo Tee

Each issue of Nest Magazine featured its own unique logo. With 26 in total, these logos epitomize the publication's experimental and shape shifting ethos. The long sleeve black sleeve shirt features a few of our favorites. Additionally, the shirt includes imagery from the Winter 2001-2002 issue. Designed by Justin Hunt Sloane, the shirts are 100% cotton and screen printed in Southern California.

$80

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Nest Short Sleeve Gothic Shelf Tee

Inspired by the Spring 2003 issue of Nest Magazine, the white short sleeve shirt features screen printed vases, decorated with the faces of that issue's contributors sitting on a gothic shelf, below ornate typography sourced from the magazine. On the sleeve is a signature subscription card. Designed by Justin Hunt Sloane. The shirts are 100% cotton, printed in Southern California.

$55

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Nest Logo Mug

Wake up to a steaming cup of artful interiors. This ceramic mug features Nest Magazine imagery and logo design, along with a day-brightening yellow inner glaze. Designed by Justin Hunt Sloane.

$25

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Nest Logo Coaster

This bright yellow coaster will get you thinking that you've spilled a little bit of sunshine. But not to worry, it's just a "splash" of PVC. Adorned with the iconic Nest logo and magazine imagery of a peaceful rabbit keeping the time. Designed by Justin Hunt Sloane. 100% PVC.

$5

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Los Angeles CA 90027

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Datebook
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Artforum — May 1st, 2019
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Artforum — April 2nd, 2019
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Contemporary Art Daily — March 21st, 2019
Nancy Shaver, Emi Winter at Parker
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Duncan Hannah Opening at Parker Gallery
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The Don't-Misses at Independent and NADA
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