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20120412194141-_dsc2360 Colorful Spring Show  
Judy Dater, Carlos Donjuan, Rupert Garcia, Jasper Johns, Claes Oldenburg, Chris Pew, Inez Storer at Thomas Paul Fine Art April 4th, 2012 - May 19th, 2012
Posted 4/10/12

There are some great paintings by lessor known artists on display at the gallery right now. Walk around one of the modular walls and there are prints by Jasper Johns and a pristine example of Oldenburg's Profile Airflow. It is worth stopping by while the show is up. Many artists are in the show but surprisingly they all work very well together. There are some great Rupert Garcia's that I have never seen before.  A wide mix of work. [more]

Key Venue Artist: Laura Larson  
1/19/12 Posted 1/19/12

(Image: Laura Larson, Precious Bunny, 2008, 6” diameter x 1/2”, embroidery hoop with found printed fabric, quilting, embroidery, beading, wood hoop, rabbit’s foot (3” x 1” diameter); © Laura Larson) Laura Larson (b. Chicago, Illinois) I have always known that my calling was to be an artist. It has been my outlet for understanding our nature – our body, mind and spirit – as well as our relationship to the planet and the universe beyond. Yes, the big picture. But since no one can ever see the entir... [more]

20110828092355-1 Passionista:The Inner Worlds of Martin Kersels  
Martin Kersels at ACME September 10th, 2011 - October 8th, 2011
Posted 9/17/11

“I put it out there (as) an open-ended statement, like a question. It just is”, Kersels told the LA Times in 2008. “It just is”. The work in his current solo show, Passionista, at ACME gallery is a case in point. His series of drawings, featuring images of human skeletons overlapped by images of the natural world (i.e. galaxies, spider webs), ask the viewer not only to make profound connections between external and internal environments, but to think of the scope of what is “out there”.  Beyond... [more]

20110623110144-chainletter_card_6_shortversion LA Times Review  
Lillian Abel, Lisa Adams, Dori Atlantis, Frederika Beesemyer Roeder, Rochelle Botello, Rebecca Catterall, Hadiya Finley, stEvEn fujimOtO, Natalie Gray, Summer Janelle, Julienne Johnson, Caroline Jones, Stacey Kalkowski, Geoffrey Kieran, Barbara Kolo, Will Long, Linda Lopez, Vanessa Madrid, Jennifer Shimatsu, Group Show, Roger Tilton, Davyd Whaley at Shoshana Wayne Gallery July 23rd, 2011 - August 25th, 2011
Posted 8/23/11 A chain letter is a message sent in an effort to induce friend and stranger alike to pass it on, often under pain of punishment or promise of benefit. Today it's a handy, analog metaphor for digital social networks. In June, artists Doug Harvey and Christian Cummings sent a chain letter (actually, a chain email) to 10 artists each one admired, inviting them to show up and participate... [more]

Amy Sarkisian: On Our Los Angeles Watchlist  
5/2/11 Posted 5/2/11

(Image:Amy Sarkisian, Installation, 2011; WPA Gallery) Amy Sarkisian (b.1969, Cleveland, Ohio, USA) Amy Sarkisian’s new sculptures present an iconic statement about the perverted, maligned and marginal in all of us."This body of work is a combination of drawing and sculpture, which are my two default modes of working. I’m attracted to drawing because of its economy and it balances my sculptural practice, which tends to be more complex." A solo exhibition of her new works can be viewed at WPA... [more]

Joshua Callaghan: On Our Los Angeles Watchlist  
1/17/11 Posted 1/17/11

(Image: Joshua Callaghan, Six Pack, broken and repaired glass bottles, acryilic case, 2005; © Joshua Callaghan) Artist and filmmaker Joshua Callaghan has exhibited documentaries, experimental videos, and sculptures internationally as well as collaborated on several feature length documentary projects as editor. In 1995 he was awarded a Fulbright Grant in Nepal to produce the documentary "Modern Transportation in Nepal," a film about the everyday transit of people and goods in the Himalayan Ki... [more]

Laughing_stock__2010__edward_walton_wilcox__24x36_inches__bitumen_and_tempera_on_panel-med SEEN: Edward Walton Wilcox - FANATIC @ MK GALLERY  
Edward Walton Wilcox at KP Projects / MKG June 2nd, 2010 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Posted 5/27/10

Seen: Edward Walton Wilcox – Fanatic @ Merry Karnowsky May 17th, 2010 — by Jack in Shows Channeling apprehension, anxiety and reaction to troubled times, Edward Walton Wilcox presented a large body of emphatic paintings for Fanatic which opened this past Saturday @ Merry Karnowsky.  With his ‘A Little Paranoia Goes a Long Way’ installation featuring ten identical fully kitted H&K assault rifles in two gleaming glass cases, Wilcox seems to revel in the seductiveness of the high-tech weaponry... [more]

Robert Lazzarini's Dangerous Distortions  
4/30/10 Posted 4/30/10

(Excerpt from "Justified" by Catherine Wagley, published in Daily Serving, April 2010.  Found on   Lazzarini has been distorting the distinction between two and three dimensions for a long time coming.  This time, he does it with weapons. In the new FX series Justified, a quick-to-draw marshal who wears a skin of coolness over his pent up anger nearly always shoots to kill. That’s the show’s conceit: at the end of each episode, someone is either shot... [more]

Looking Back at Whiteread's U.S. Debut  
3/31/10 Posted 3/31/10

In signature works like “Ghost” and “House,” the British sculptor Rachel Whiteread made plaster casts of the interiors of London homes. Monumental yet ethereal, these works addressed Minimalist sculpture with polite deference while striking up bold conversations about urban preservation. (“House,” a public-art commission made in a condemned East London terrace house and exhibited in situ, was controversial enough that a local council destroyed it after just a few months.) Ms. Whiteread’s lates... [more]

Mallary in Chinatown: Closing This Week  
3/31/10 Posted 3/31/10

THE BOX 977 Chung King RoadFebruary 6–April 3 One wonders how an artist can so firmly seem to enter history and yet so quietly seem to leave it. The late Robert Mallary, the current subject of an exhibition at The Box, seems to be just such an artist. Some of his contemporaries were more lucky in their late recoveries, like Lee Bontecou, who lived to see her own reconsideration. Unfortunately Mallary, who died in 1997, did not survive to see this moment’s attempt at revival. The artist’s obituary, penned b... [more]

Loc3 Art Forum: Steven Bankhead, Circus Gallery  
Steven Bankhead at Circus Gallery October 24th, 2009 - November 28th, 2009
Posted 10/28/11

Steven BankheadCircus GalleryMarch 2010By: Jan Tumlir“Battery” (2008), Steven Bankhead’s last exhibition at Circus Gallery, comprised a series ofmediumsize charcoal renderings of collaged material that the artist had culled from billboards,posters, flyers, stickers, T-shirts, graffiti, and other ephemera. Much of the imagery was lifted fromthe rock milieu and testified to rock’s ongoing recycling of a lexicon of mythical symbols originatingin avant-garde art (as described by cultural critics such as Stew... [more]

Asa-250 The Art of Selling Art Workshops  
Margaret Danielak and Julie Snyder at Avenue 50 Studio January 30th, 2010 9:30 AM - 3:00 PM
Posted 1/26/10

FEEDBACK "...exceptional workshop!! You were both absolutely awesome. Tons of information and a lot of positivity, which is a rare combo in the art world! Thank you for being so inspiring." V.C. “Great ideas for reaching clients!”  “You are great speakers and communicate well.  Your humor adds to the stimulating information.” “This was the most valuable business seminar that I have ever attended.”   [more]

Workshop Reviews from Attendees in September, 2009  
Margaret Danielak and Julie Snyder at Valley Institute of Visual Art (VIVA) Art Center November 8th, 2009 9:30 AM - 3:00 PM
Posted 1/20/10

...Very informative, well organized, thought out, well worth the time and money.. The whole experience was eye opening.. B.L ...An exceptional workshop!!... absolutely awesome. Tons of information and a lot of positivity, which is a rare combo in the art world! inspiring. ... I will not hesitate to recommend it V.C. “Great ideas for reaching clients!”   “You are great speakers and communicate well.  Your humor adds to the stimulating information.” “This was the most valuable business seminar that I ha... [more]

Delarios_moose Dora De Larios retrospective at Craft and Folk Art Museum  
Dora Delarios at Craft and Folk Art Museum September 27th, 2009 - January 10th, 2010
Posted 12/13/09

  The dynamic and eclectic body of work in the CAFAM retrospective of Dora De Larios celebrates 50 years of the artist’s work and life. A native Angelino, Larios grew up in a downtown neighborhood where Japanese and Mexican cultures co-existed. Her exposure to diverse cultures, religions, and art runs like an artery through Larios’ own work that embraces the viewer in a rich tapestry that delicately weaves the earthly and the surreal, the utterly fantastical and the escape into reverie. The... [more]

WORKSHOP: "The Art of Selling.." AWESOME!  
Margaret Danielak and Julie Snyder at Valley Institute of Visual Art (VIVA) Art Center November 8th, 2009 9:30 AM - 3:00 PM
Posted 11/1/09

FEEDBACK FROM OUR MOST RECENT WORKSHOP: “An exceptional workshop!  Absolutely awesome!  Tons of information and a lot of positivity, which is a rare combo in the art world.  So inspiring!  I will not hesitate to recommend it!”  Valerie C. – Local Artist    [more]

Image_portfolio__16_of_42_ Michael Rashkow  
Michael Rashkow at LAXART November 16th, 2007 - January 5th, 2008
Posted 10/1/09

Michael Rashkow 12.26.07   Author: Annie Buckley 11.16.07-01.05.08 LAXART The birth of photography was marked by a necessarily symbiotic relationship between art and science, one that has reemerged in recent decades. This exhibition of new works by Michael Rashkow quietly points to the resurgence. In comparison with the supersize, brightly colored, or otherwise dazzling photographs in many galleries, this work is relatively subdued. Yet the power of the exhibition, which includes eight phot... [more]

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