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Blowfish Banksy and Shepherd Fairey eat your heart out....  
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Jo Spence and Terry Dennett, Anne-Marie Kornachuk, Part2ism & Tamara Seabrook at C4 Contemporary Art July 31st, 2009 - September 13th, 2009
Posted 8/23/09

I was really excited to see PART2ISM'S work after hearing so much about it from England... especially after seeing it in the London Street Art Anthology (check it out on amazon) - This is his (Part2ism) first time here in north america apparently... the other work in the show - while not 'street art' was solid - kind of incredible actually... very different from anything I've ever seen - anywhere... but it somehow works fabulously together. just get up out of your chair and GO SEE THE SHOW! Images fr... [more]

Baghdasarian-016982 Art Benefit for Village schools  
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Seda Saar at Homenetmen Ararat Community Center April 25th, 2009 - April 26th, 2009
Posted 6/26/09

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Greengold_question__by_dilo_pxl The Art of di.Lo is  
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diLo - Eugenia di Lorenzo at World Art Foundation June 7th, 2009 - June 14th, 2009
Posted 6/9/09

The Art of di.Lo is Matter, light, sign, integrated in an original figure of painting. Her research is vibrant: the colours are tactile, the matter is impregnated with meaning, that alludes to a metaphysical transcendence. Mixed media canvases that become a metaphor for emotional spheres, of memories, of inner journeys marked by the traces of oneiric colours that create fascinating and charming atmospheres. Yes Contemporary, but with a very mystical aftertaste. An art in art, an inherent dualism that makes... [more]

Dorothy Rogers Fine Art: Several Points of View  
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Posted 5/24/09

  Ann Made of Santa FeAnn ChernowStephen CoyleEd KeifferDavid MuranoJean NoonJulia RobertsBill RogersChief Z.O.Oloruntoba   [more]

Mithila1 Great Exhibit  
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at Craft and Folk Art Museum April 11th, 2009 - September 13th, 2009
Posted 5/5/09

Upon ascending the staircase to the gallery, one is instantly confronted with the bright yellow walls, giving a vivid background to the breathtaking Mitila paintings on display.  Far from detracting from the works, the luminous color highlights the rich hues and bold shapes in the works. The style of these paintings is simple in line and shape, yet beyond complex in pattern, sophistication and content.  From the historical refrences to ancient Indian Gods, to the modern trials and tribulations of societ... [more]

The_tethered_beast__2009__edward_walton_wilcox__bitumen_on_panel__32_x_52_inches_-med EDWARD WALTON WILCOX OPENING AT MK GALLERY by Sour Harvest's Andrew Hosner  
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Edward Walton Wilcox at Merry Karnowsky Gallery April 25th, 2009 - May 23rd, 2009
Posted 4/30/09

Swung by Merry Karnowsky Gallery on Saturday night for her debut solo show with rising Los Angeles artist Edward Walton Wilcox. Wilcox took full advantage of Merry's new window facing the always busy LaBrea Ave by installing a spinning skull sculpture (see above). Amazing. A true traffic stopper of a front window install. Don't miss this show! Wilcox's work is simply haunting and the sepia-toned gothic edge to his new body of work is more pronounced than ever before. The two Medieval altarpieces were b... [more]

The_tethered_beast__2009__edward_walton_wilcox__bitumen_on_panel__32_x_52_inches_-med "Everybody in the Reflection Pool!" LA WEEKLY REVIEW by David Cotner  
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Edward Walton Wilcox at Merry Karnowsky Gallery April 25th, 2009 - May 23rd, 2009
Posted 4/28/09

Portentous but never pretentious, the remote and insular visions of loneliness that manifest throughout Edward Walton Wilcox's work are on full display in this overview of recent paintings. "When the anxieties of this world become too severe," he admits, "I create for myself . . . a reflection pool for the mind. It is there that I withdraw to the twilight fields and amber vistas of my dreams." All right, maybe just a tad pretentious, but Wilcox has talent and imagination for miles, so he's excu... [more]

The_tethered_beast__2009__edward_walton_wilcox__bitumen_on_panel__32_x_52_inches_-med The Eccentricities of Edward Walton Wilcox Find a Home at MK Gallery  
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Edward Walton Wilcox at Merry Karnowsky Gallery April 25th, 2009 - May 23rd, 2009
Posted 4/7/09

Los Angeles, CA. April 6, 2009 – Merry Karnowsky is thrilled to present Edward Walton Wilcox’s first solo exhibition with the gallery from April 25 through May 23.  Wilcox may be the latest addition to Karnowsky’s impressive stable of artists, including Shepard Fairey, Camille Rose Garcia, Todd Schorr and Kent Williams but he’s not completely new to the scene.  Matt Gleason, editor and founder of Coagula Art Journal, recently wrote, “Edward Walton Wilcox is painting humanity’s self-induced apocalyp... [more]

Martini_hour_sm_web Hollywood’s Movie Magicians Step Out For Art Show  
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Group Show at James Gray Gallery October 5th, 2008 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Posted 10/28/08

The 2nd installation of the Visual Amalgam Art Show was an enormous success, with an estimated eight hundred people attending the event at Bergamot Station in Santa Monica. The semi-annual event features the personal artwork of film industry and visual effects professionals. Show organizers and artists, Patrick Finley and Evan Jacobs, were thrilled with the enthusiastic turnout for the show. “It really surpassed our expectations,” Jacobs said. “People starting trickling in during the day, e... [more]

Salome__2008__edward_walton_wilcox__oil_on_panel__84_x_49_inches-web_size Darkest Dreamings of Edward Walton Wilcox  
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Edward Walton Wilcox at Cella Gallery October 16th, 2008 - November 7th, 2008
Posted 9/19/08

Los Angeles, CA (Artslant) September 16, 2008 --  Wilcox's second solo exhibition in Los Angeles this year, "Crimes of Romance," is a breakout exhibit featuring the gamut of Wilcox's diverse and dark imaginations, most of which never publicly displayed before, including paintings, drawings, installation and sculpture. A follow up from his March show, "Are You Going With Me?" in West Hollywood, "Crimes" leaves the world of tabloid imagery and exposes his darkest dreaming; hand-carved Gothic altarpieces so... [more]

Schulnik-cottage A Painter's Painter  
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Allison Schulnik at Mark Moore Gallery February 17th, 2007 - March 24th, 2007
Posted 2/17/07

There’s a scene in The Rose – a film made in the 1960s about moving Jay de Feo’s enormous work from her tiny apartment – where after the job is done and the place empty, the artist sits on her window sill alone, smoking. It’s charming to see the contrast between the small, hunched over de Feo and her massive, tactile, painterly work that seems to have emerged from the murky depths of the fossil record. Allsion Schulnik’s first solo show with Mark Moore Gallery, which I wa... [more]


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