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Billy Al Bengston

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Quick Study (Los Angeles Magazine)  
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Lucie Abdalian, Peter Alexander, Steven Arnold, Charles Arnoldi, DON BACHARDY, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Larry Bell, Billy Al Bengston, Tony Berlant, Laddie John Dill, Ned Evans, Elsa Flores, Simone Gad, Antonio Lopez Garcia, David Glynn, Robert Graham, James Hayward, George Herms, David Hockney, George Hurrell, Peter Liashkov, Gilbert "Magu" Lujan, Magu, Robert Mapplethorpe, Ed Moses, Helmut Newton, Mel Ramos, Zandra Rhodes, Larry Rivers, Ed Ruscha, Salome, Rena Small, Alexis Smith, Rupert Jasen Smith, Stephen Verona, Beatrice Wood, Tadanori Yokoo at Santa Ana College Main Gallery September 10th, 2011 - November 1st, 2011
Posted 10/20/11
Buzz    Coming Attractions l Picture This From sculptor Robert Graham to photographer Robert Mapplethorpe, nearly every major artist figured out a way to represent Joan Agajanian Quinn, one of L.A.'s original patrons of the arts.  Joan Agajanian Quinn had known Andy Warhol for years before he made her west coast editor of Interview magazine...... .........the woman gallery owner Robert Berman calls "Los Angeles's own contemporary Gertrude Stein." - by Amy Wallace (page 50) November 2011 issue... [more]
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Endless Picture Industry   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
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Justin Beal, Billy Al Bengston, Scott Benzel, Gil Blank, Jennifer Bornstein, Carol Bove, Cameron, Anne Collier, R. Crumb, Lucy Dodd, Sam Durant, Roe Ethridge, Amy Granat, Guyton\Walker, Drew Heitzler, Ed Kienholz, Margaret Kilgallen, Nate Lowman, John McCracken, Adam McEwen, Aleksandra Mir, Dave Muller, Catherine Opie, Raymond Pettibon, Richard Phillips, Amanda Ross-Ho, Sterling Ruby, Ed Ruscha, Reena Spaulings, Vincent Szarek, Christopher Williams at Blum & Poe July 3rd, 2010 - August 28th, 2010
Posted 8/23/10
Review also includes “Picture Industry (Goodbye to All That).” Organized by Walead Beshty at Regen Projects. Both of these artist-curated, large group shows gather an impressive all-my-cool-friends and heavy-hitters list of players and both claim, in their statements, to be in large part organized in response to an ambivalent experience or conflicted impression of Los Angeles as a formative urban, cultural context. Both shows are full of really good individual works. Couched in terms of Adorno... [more]
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