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Stuart_eyescream_1_web

best exhibit since the Armory Show

Location: The Pike at Rainbow Harbor 21 Aquarium Way, Long Beach http://www.thepikeatlongbeach.com   [more]
Posted by Stuart Rapeport on 4/27/10
Liquiddetail2

Simply Great!

All I can say is … WOW!!!  Finally, a painter doing something more cutting edge.  They are big; they are beautiful; impossible to get bored while scanning these works.  And what the heck is going on in the corner? … Looks like a painting blending right into the wall – never seen that before, so in my book - a must see.  She is definitely a true artist and not a one trick pony. Like any master painter, they can really mix it up…and she does a great job in doing so.  If you are in LA and love paint…. you will not be disappointed.  Impossible! [more]
Posted by Gary Sanders on 9/17/09
Tlweback

The long Weekend on Flavorpill

Found on Flavorpill With artists like Takashi Murakami slapping color on Louis Vuitton handbags, the line between art and commerce is becoming increasingly blurred. In response to the art-fashion-consumption nexus, Nancy Buchanan and Joseph Santarromana curated group show The Long Weekend, a three-day extravaganza of video, insallation, and performance pieces — all fittingly displayed in the window of a former retail store. Jordan Biren and Corrina Peipon, Ashley McLean Emenegger, and Danial Nord are among those who exhibit their multimedia takes on this hot topic. [Info Source] &ndash... [more]
Posted by Liza Simone on 3/29/08
Lightconcentric570rev

Critics' Pick - ArtForum.com

 LOS ANGELESHeather CarsonPHANTOM GALLERIES LA269 Beverly DriveSW corner Beverly Drive and Dayton WayMay 14–June 10 Sandwiched between an Arthur Murray dance studio and an oldPottery Barn in an especially small town–like swatch of Beverly Hills,a group of metal cubes, their skeletons highlighted by fluorescentbulbs, sits in a lonesome abandoned storefront. There, they light upand dim out every few seconds, enacting a poignant rise-and-fall,cradle-to-grave saga, like a fifty-first-century Henry Moore familygroup, distilled from too-solid flesh to pure electronic DNA. Or maybethey’re more like a passel of stress... [more]
Posted by Heather Carson on 5/25/07