Lives/works in: Los AngelesWebsite: http://www.kurisutein.com To purchase contact: Kurisutein Takagi
Kurisutein Takagi is a self-taught artist from Los Angeles. She graduated from California State University, Northridge with a Master's in Psychology in 2011, and attended the University of California, Los Angeles, where she received her Bachelor's in Psychology in 2002. Her paintings have been exhibited recently in Los Angeles group shows at haleARTS Gallery... [more]
Art Nerd LA is pleased to announce we’re a media partner with this year’s PHOTO INDEPENDENT art fair April 24-27, 2014 at the Raleigh Studios, Hollywood, CA! We’ll be talking about the fair, hosting another round of young art collectors tours and believe another whiskey tasting is in order! If you are an emerging photog looking to get your work shown to a great audience at a great time in Los Angeles (i.e.: during Paris Photo).
PHOTO INDEPENDENT is seeking fine art photograph... [more]
Jealous of Southern California weather? You should be. Escape the polar vortex and join us in LA this week for Art Los Angeles Contemporary, the LA Art Book Fair, and the inaugural Paramount Ranch fair. Our Art Los Angeles Special Edition comes out this week! This special e-publication will hit your inbox on Wednesday.
*ArtSlant's Special Editions cover worldwide art fairs, biennials and the art world.
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Blum & Poe is pleased to announce New York artist Gavin Kenyon’s first solo-presentation in Los Angeles, featuring a selection of new sculptures that address size and scale. Two large sculptures – an arch and a column – are comprised of multiple forms stacked from floor to ceiling. Their architectural proportions contrast with several mid-sized sculptures whose humanistic scale alludes to bodies loosely arranged in groups. Kenyon’s anthropomorphic works are seemingly approachable fi... [more]
Jasper Johns, Photo by Brendan McDermid/Reuters
Sculptor and cacoepy-vigilante Jasper Johns testified before a federal court in Manhattan on Thursday, stating that no, he did not authorize anyone to reproduce his sculpture, and it’s pronounced ˈraʊʃənbɜːɡ, btw. The 83-year-old artist, whose work is in the collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the MoMA, and the Whitney Museum of American Art, among others, was called to testify in the case against founder Brian... [more]
Come to the The Los Angeles Art Show for free and join the Art Nerd Los Angeles young collectors tour led by me! I’ll be showing off “art deals” for “young collectors” this fine Saturday 1/18/14 afternoon at 4pm and 5pm – Please email@example.com and I look forward to seeing you there! PS. There will be free Whiskey Tastings at the end
You’re invited to an exclusive Young Collectors event at The Los Angeles Art Show!! This invite-only event offe... [more]
Cesar Garcia, Founding Director and Chief Curator of The Mistake Room - a new independent international contemporary art space opening in Los Angeles later this month - announced today that architect Alfonso Medina has been chosen to design the institution's new home in Downtown Los Angeles. Medina, Founder and Director of T38 Studio - an award-winning architecture and development firm with offices in New York and Tijuana, Mexico-has received international acclaim in recent years for his grou... [more]
Prohibition Gallery is a boutique gallery on W. Washington Boulevard, sharing the Culver City Arts District with other galleries such as Corey Helford Gallery and Hinge Modern (where I have previously reviewed shows and interviewed artists). With its white walls, concrete floor and barred windows, Prohibition Gallery stands in stark contrast to its neighbors. Being in the small space feels intimate. The gallery's ambiance is one of edgy youth (the gallery opened recently, in 2011) and a sense... [more]
photo l.a. is proud to announce its 23rd edition in a new location: downtown at one of the most distinctive venues in Los Angeles - the historic LA Mart built in 1958.
photo l.a. (www.photola.com), the acclaimed photographic art exposition is pleased to announce featured exhibitors and programming for its 23rd annual photography fair. In celebration, photo l.a. 2014 will present its widest collaboration of photography yet, exhibiting works dating from the 19th century, up through the most cutti... [more]
Showcasing the best of the West, the fifth edition of Art Los Angeles Contemporary is coming to town at the Barker Hangar in Santa Monica. With internationally renowned galleries, museums, and private collections, LA also happens to be one of the most significant art markets in the world. Despite its art accolades, SoCal has relatively few art fairs, so the increasingly international ALAC is an occidental opportunity not to be missed! ArtSlant will be there highlighting the... [more]
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Littletopia at the LA Art Show A collection of galleries selected by Red Truck Gallery Jan. 15th – 19th, 2014
Los Angeles Convention Center South Hall J and K 1201 South Figueroa Street Los Angeles, CA 90015
Littletopia Curated by Red Truck Gallery at the LA Art Show Irreverent & Accessible Gallery Section Brings Underground Art to the Fore
Littletopia, curated by Red Truck Gallery, is a carefully chosen collective of innovative galleries who are breaking down barriers, buck... [more]
Greene Exhibitions is proud to present Aaron Garber-Maikovska: Fast Red Lobster opening November 23rd. In March of this year, the artist visited a Red Lobster seafood restaurant for the first time. After finishing his meal, and using the space granted him as a patron of the establishment, Garber-Maikovska engaged in “bumping” – a part of his practice where the semi-public places of commerce are used as a place to play. The action was filmed by the artist’s friend, and it became... [more]
It's Miami Art Week! We are so excited, and we're looking forward to our exhibition and afterparty at aqua art miami (remember to RSVP on Facebook).
To celebrate, we're giving away loads of tickets! Head over to our Twitter and Facebook. All you need to do is retweet us or like our post for a chance to win tickets to Spectrum, Scope, Red Dot, and Aqua. And be sure to keep following us on Twitter as our ArtSlant editors live tweet from all the fairs this week!
We'll announce winners on Wednes... [more]