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Bunnie Reiss – All Our Nature

Bunnie Reiss lives in a world of rainbows, patterns & adventure. In this world, with an intuitive heart and intelligent mind she produces technicolored otherworldly depictions we can’t help but […]

Attention Artsy, Opinionated, Creative Types: Vote for Tomorrow’s Next Big Thing Today with JazWings.com

So this is a pretty cool new site I came across. JazWings is an idea incubator platform where you can join (for free) and vote on ideas uploaded from around […]

#ASAP- Vandalog x Amazon Street Art Project

Amazon.com’s Fine Art program may still be somewhat under the radar, but the online retailer has already shown its serious intention to enter into the e-commerce world by recruiting seasoned curators […]

Pushing the Press – a massive Graphic Design exhibition

  This is for the Design Nerds of LA : Fifteen years ago the graphic design world was a completely different place – where lead pencils and straight edges still reigned the […]

The Air is Thick – Seth Armstrong’s new work

  On a sunny afternoon in January, when all the foliage in Los Angeles is abloom, I had the opportunity to visit Seth Armstrong in his Echo Park studio. He’s […]

5 Fascinating Gallery Shows Up Now (PHOTOS)

This is a great time of the year to gallery hop in Los Angeles. Several established and emerging art fairs (LA Art Show, photo la, Art LA Contemporary and Paramount […]

Top 7 Gallery Shows Opening in LA this Fall!!

Hey art nerds, the slow summer is over and a bevy of amazing fall shows are opening this weekend!! From Station to Station heartthrob Doug Aitken to artstar Rirkrit Tiravanija, […]

What’s up this week? Art Nerd LA’s LIST

Tuesday, April 22, 2014 Tuesday, April 22, 2014 7 – 8:30 pm The Auditorium, Otis Main Campus 9045 Lincoln Boulevard Los Angeles, CA 90045 In conjunction with Otis’ Creative Action […]

PHOTOS: Take it or Leave it #TIOLI

The Hammer Museum has one of the best museum shows up in Los Angeles right now!! #TIOLI is a walk through appropriation art and institutional critique memory lane with a laundry list […]

Elena Bajo at 18th Street Arts Center

The concept at the 18th Street Arts Center is a uniquely inspiring one.  The organization supports an artist residency program whereby the artist lives and works on site at the […]

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