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20150515233606-resized_folio_blue_guy_bouncy AMAZING!  
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Andrea Marie Breiling at Peggy Phelps Gallery, Claremont Graduate University May 16th, 2014 - May 16th, 2014
Posted 5/15/15

What a great and exciting show. The work was amaizng. A++ would reccommend to a friend. Andrea Marie Breiling really put together amazing painting show. She is an awesome painter and artist and is now showing with Sonce Aexander Gallery in Los ANgeles, and Galleri Urbane in Dallas Texas! Her work incorporates elemenrs of all geners and each show brings different dimensions to her trajectory and overall art conversation. Her recent solo show at Sonce Alexander Gallery was a huge success. And her Up... [more]

20150519201253-v14 Venice Biennale 2015: Swatch Faces  
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Eva and Adele, Luca Bray, Chiara Luzzana, Yan Preston, Joana Vasconcelos, Alec Von Bargen at Arsenale May 9th - November 22nd
Posted 5/19/15

Review by Paolo Ferrarini for New York's Coolhunting.com http://www.coolhunting.com/design/venice-biennale-2015-swatch-faces [more]

Hugo Slepoy nos hace caminar con la vista - TorontoEnter...  
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at EVOKE Gallery, Toronto November 27th, 2014 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Posted 5/11/15

Hugo Slepoy nos hace caminar con la vista - TorontoEntero Hugo Slepoy nos hace caminar con la vista - TorontoEnter... A color o en blanco y negro, los paisajes trazados a mano alzada aparecen llenos de interesantes detalles arquitectónicos de edificios históricos y moderno View on www.torontoentero.ca Preview by Yahoo ... [more]

20150504202727-projection Crashing "Projection"  
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Vincent Lamouroux at Please Do Not Enter April 26th - May 10th
Posted 5/4/15

A gaggle of young adults dressed to the nines on a street corner in Silver Lake, CA, is not an uncommon occurrence. It probably happens every day for some reason or another. It’s not so common, however, when the entire street corner itself is also dressed up. At the intersection of Bates and Sunset, you can see an entire block coated in white wash. The former Bates Motel and its surroundings, including fences, barbed wire, palm trees, and shrubbery, are all covered in an organic, lime-ba... [more]

20150302153633-sundaram_banner Making Strange: Vivan Sundaram at the Fowler Museum  
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Vivan Sundaram at Fowler Museum at UCLA April 19th - September 6th
Posted 4/25/15

Two bodies of work come together for the first time in Making Strange. UCLA’s resident authority on South Asian Contemporary Art, Associate Professor Saloni Mathur, is an outstanding ambassador to the work of Vivan Sundaram. Sundaram’s prolific and varied work draws influence from Dada to Dior, which can be seen in Gagawaka and then subverted in Postmortem, the two works that comprise Making Strange. Miwon Kwon, Chair of the Art History Department at UCLA, co-curates with Mathur an... [more]

20150403223139-uc_apr_invite_b_emanuel Abeyance  
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Babak Emanuel at LA Artcore Union Center for the Arts April 12th 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Posted 4/13/15

ABEYANCE Paintings and Works on Paper by Babak Emanuel abeyance (ǝ bāy´ ǝns), n. temporary inactivity, cessation, or suspension. (Random House Unabridged Dictionary, Second Edition) There are many layers of meaning and material in Babak Emanuel’s art. His large-scale paintings in this exhibition combine various modes of image making: their first layer may be a field of precisely ruled vertical stripes, painted in surprisingly animated brushstrokes – an odd juxtaposition of predetermi... [more]

20150403223139-uc_apr_invite_b_emanuel Abeyance  
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Babak Emanuel at LA Artcore Union Center for the Arts April 12th 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Posted 4/13/15

ABEYANCE Paintings and Works on Paper by Babak Emanuel abeyance (ǝ bāy´ ǝns), n. temporary inactivity, cessation, or suspension. (Random House Unabridged Dictionary, Second Edition) There are many layers of meaning and material in Babak Emanuel’s art. His large-scale paintings in this exhibition combine various modes of image making: their first layer may be a field of precisely ruled vertical stripes, painted in surprisingly animated brushstrokes – an odd juxtaposition of predetermi... [more]

Laysa Issam al Fannan - Curious Blend of Art & Ego  
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Andy Bauch, Laysa Issam al Fannan, Deleir Georges, Luis Grane, Lisa Mansy at Art Share LA March 28th - April 11th
Posted 4/4/15

Laysa Issam al Fannan – Curious Blend of Art & Ego (Presently showing at Art Share LA in Los Angeles) This is possibly the second showing of Laysa’s art that I have found publically, showing presently in Los Angeles, with my first introduction to his work at a showing in Portland, Oregon last year. Having covered the international art scene for many years, I had never heard of this artist until recently, at first not quite knowing where he comes from or if Laysa Issam al Fannan is... [more]

20150323233220-logo1 So fun!  
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at Santa Monica Art Studios May 9th 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Posted 3/24/15

I've gone to this event for more than 4 years and it's so great! There are so many talented students there and their initiative is inspiring! I've bought some great art at a really good price [more]

20150310024447-_dsc8356 Sacred Faces  
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Andy Romanoff at First Congregational Church of Los Angeles March 9th - April 5th
Posted 3/10/15

‘Sacred Faces’ finds inspiration in religious imagery Posted February 20, 2015 by Avishay Artsy | 0 Comments | ] “Chuang Yen Monastery, Carmel, NY. I came back a second day to photograph more of the figures. Anruddha Thera sits on the Bohdi pathway leading up to the temples. His serene face charms everyone who sees him.” Whether it’s a crucified Christ’s downcast eyes, the serene smile of the Buddha, or the quixotic grin of a Hindu god, Jewish p... [more]

20150310024447-_dsc8356 Sacred Faces  
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Andy Romanoff at First Congregational Church of Los Angeles March 9th - April 5th
Posted 3/10/15

‘Sacred Faces’ finds inspiration in religious imagery Posted February 20, 2015 by Avishay Artsy | 0 Comments | ] “Chuang Yen Monastery, Carmel, NY. I came back a second day to photograph more of the figures. Anruddha Thera sits on the Bohdi pathway leading up to the temples. His serene face charms everyone who sees him.” Whether it’s a crucified Christ’s downcast eyes, the serene smile of the Buddha, or the quixotic grin of a Hindu god, Jewish pho... [more]

20150310024447-_dsc8356 Sacred Faces  
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Andy Romanoff at First Congregational Church of Los Angeles March 9th - April 5th
Posted 3/6/15

KCRW REVIEW http://blogs.kcrw.com/whichwayla/2015/02/sacred-faces-finds-inspiration-in-religious-imagery [more]

20150302234104-for-web-use_collagerough PETER FRANK ON LENA MOROSS  
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Amber Clark, Lena Moross at SPACEHOUSE April 17th - April 19th
Posted 3/2/15

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Opening Night Report: Deadbeat Club: Mentally Retired, LA  
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1/20/15 Posted 1/20/15

By the time I’d arrived, several hundred people had lined the sidewalk of N. Figueroa Ave and edged themselves around the corner onto Avenue 60 some two blocks away. It was a clusterfuck, albeit, a pretty relaxed one. The atmosphere surrounding the Highland Park gallery and retail space Slow Culture is chill. A few tags from nomadic friends blend with the charm of the traditional neighborhood, plus the mosaic Space Invader installation above the entrance door is a sweet touch. Upon entry, I gave my best attempt at mingling while shuffling through the... [more]

Who Just Donated the Largest Gift of Art to the LACMA in History?  
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11/6/14 Posted 11/6/14

Jerry Perenchio. A long-time anonymous supporter of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, entertainment mogul Jerry Perenchio, of Univision Communications, announced publicly today he would bequest almost his entire collection to the museum. The bequest includes some 47 works valued at $500 million with paintings by European masters Picasso, Pissarro, Manet, Degas, and Bonnard, making it the largest gift of art in the museum's history. "L.A. is my home, and I wanted to leave it to a muse... [more]

20141021055353-calarts-frontsign-campus “CalArts to Alleged Rape Victim: How Long Was Your Dress?”  
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10/21/14 Posted 10/21/14

The above headline from an article on Al-Jazeera America started circulating online through my social media in the past week. Since then, I’ve seen a lot of CalArts alumni, staff, and current students sounding out in solidarity with the student, now a sophomore at the Institute. In response, the school sent out an email outlining its policies and its efforts to make them better. CalArts is a small community, and so this current scandal is having a real effect on it. But despite its siz... [more]


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