Reginald Ingraham Gallery / Los Angeles
by Greg Angaza Pitts ·
November 5, 2013 · in November 2013, Reviews
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“Speaking Tongues (The material of communication)” introduces Duane Paul’s considerable talent and ability in the artist’s first solo exhibition. The show’s 12 works (all 2013) are divided into... [more]
by Suvan Geer
Much of the charm in sculptor Mitra Fabian’s installations has been the way she turned everyday items from office or industry into unexpected experiences of natural grace and beauty. Stacks of blue medical pipette tips glued on two sides of a clear acrylic sheet became a floating, translucent iceberg. Draped rolls of unspooling cash register receipt paper, set on edge and pinned to the wall, were made by shadow and gravity... [more]
LA> is a leading independent nonprofit contemporary art space in Los Angeles, committed to the production of experimental exhibitions and public art initiatives.
LA> in collaboration with the haudenschildGarage is pleased to announce a public lecture from dOCUMENTA 13 Artistic Director Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev. Notes on the “Brain” refers to the central installation in the rotunda of the Fridericianum, the 1779 building that has served as the exhibition&rsqu... [more]
(Excerpt from 'ForYourArt Announces Give Good Art' posted on Fine Arts family. Found here http://fineartsfamily.eu/give-good-art)
See art, product and commerce collide in an impressive ForYourArt partnership with LA’s best artists and arts institutions!
A roving gallery of gifts and limited edition art objects Part of the Hammer Museum’s Arts ReSTORE LA: Westwood project Showcasing collaborations with Barbara Kruger, Kenny Scharf, Freeway Eyewear, Matthias Merkel Hess and more
ForYourArt announces Gi... [more]
I entered the empty Bob Bullock Gallery space on Azusa Pacific's West Campus at 7:55 a few nights ago to see what might be meant by a Judy Pfaff exhibition titled, "The Art of Flower Arranging."
To either side, the long walls of the gallery were covered from the eye level of a child into the open, framing architecture of the ceiling, with bands of photographs in series. The content of these varied from what appeared to be the documentation of bone arrangement in taxonomy and studio sho... [more]
Posted by Lauren Albrecht on Art Nerd LA
Art Nerds rejoice! Halloween is the best time of the year to show off your intellectual creativity!! LACMA’s 10th Annual Costume Ball is LA’s most fun annual masquerade event to don your amazing Haunted Hollywood-land costume creations. We’ll be covering the event and working on our own unique spins on “Best Black-and-White Costume,” “Best Classic Movie Monster,” and “Best Ghost of Hollywood Past.” You h... [more]
" I was real careful with it", Valadez expressed when he was telling the story of his early drawing lifetime. He said he remembered making a drawing of Fred Flinstone in grammar school. As a third grader, most of his schnool mates could not believe he had made the drawing. But even as a child, Valadez was already respecting his work by being "careful with it". He was a loner as a child and continues to stress the virtues of solitude as a formula for making art.
Valadez is an esteemed a... [more]
Angles Gallery is pleased to present DISPLACEMENTS, featuring a new selection of works by Joseph Kohnke. This is the artist’s first large-scale solo exhibition at Angles Gallery. The exhibition will be on view September 7th through October 26th with a reception for the artist on Saturday, September 7th, 6-8 PM.
Joseph Kohnke, renowned for his remarkable capacity to animate mechanical objects and everyday materials, continues to expand his investigation of the complex, intimate relationship betw... [more]
Posted by Lauren Albrecht on Art Nerd Los Angeles.
We’re getting ready for the Beyond Eden multi-gallery ’non-art-fair’ event. It’s a 2-day event, only in LA with FREE admission and completely open to the public. There will be a myriad of interesting happenings from live painting, to DJ Mr. NumberOnederful to a show curated by Birdman!
BEYOND EDEN SCHEDULE
Saturday, October 12th 5PM-11PM Opening Reception with live painting, a sponsored bar, & tunes from DJ Mr... [more]
The Estria Foundation will sponsor 2 weeks of cultural happenings and curated events for the community of Oakland and beyond.
September 28 – October 12, 2014
The Prism: Urban Art and Culture Festival encompasses a series of public events organized by The Estria Foundation. Oakland boasts world-class sports teams, rich urban culture, a ranking as the nation’s most sustainable city, a booming start-up company and non-profit hub, and a thriving art scene. Contributing to Oakland’s cr... [more]
(Excerpt from 'photo l.a. Moves Downtown' posted on photo l.a. website. Found here http://www.photola.com/?utm_source=Campaign+Created+2013%2F09%2F11%2C+4%3A25+PM&utm_campaign=photo+la&utm_medium=email)
The longest running art fair west of New York City, photo l.a. annually showcases emerging and established artists from around the globe.
In recognition of Los Angeles' growing importance in the international art market, photo l.a. is proud to announce its 23rd edition in a new location: d... [more]
Posted by Lauren Albrecht on Art Nerd Los Angeles.
Twice annually, in Spring and Fall EAL/LA celebrates arts and culture by hosting Creative Conversations events. Creative Conversations were established in 2004 by – and held in tandem with – Americans for the Arts in observance of National Arts & Humanities Month (October). EAL/LA’s yearly events proved so popular that, in 2012, a second Creative Conversation was added to its permanent program calendar.
Creative Conversatio... [more]
Recently I took a jaunt down Washington Boulevard to explore some of the many galleries in Culver City’s Arts District. Due to my slightly poor timing, many of said galleries were closed. Luckily, though, I visited Hinge Modern, at 8558 Washington Boulevard, just in time to see a quiet yet enjoyable show.
“Simone Alexandrino and Daksh Sahni: Out and In of Symmetry” displ... [more]
From Art Week LA by Caspar Martin Simone Alexandrino, Daksh Sahni at HINGE Modern
July 27th, 2013 - September 7th, 2013
From Art Week LA:
Alexandrino’s artwork is a series of compositions created to reflect and express the parts of the self that are invisible. Her meditative, unplanned and organic technique takes her work into unexpected directions, resulting in abstract drawings and a physically realized stream of consciousness. Sahni, a self-described interdisciplinary “entrepreneur” with vast experience in... [more]