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Doug Aitken’s Electric Earth exhibition is the best show of the year (maybe ever)!

Electric Earth (still), 1999, Eight-channel video installation in four rooms, color and sound, 9:50 minutes/loop, installation dimensions variable     Doug Aitken: Electric Earth   The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA Los Angeles, CA September […]

La Luz de Jesus’ Annual Coaster Show

Some cities have precipitation and change of temperature to mark the changing of the seasons, and while yes, this one does have seasons I notice more often marking timelines of […]

Red Glow “Music and Light” Installation ~ last three days!

“THE CUBE,” A 10-DAY, AROUND-THE-CLOCK FLUXUS-INSPIRED PERFORMANCE INSTALLATION BY ARTIST MANUEL LIMA CONTINUES THROUGH AUGUST 21 ON THE SUNSET STRIP “LIFE += ART” – LIMA’S WORK INTEGRATES ORIGINAL MUSIC AND […]

Not Quite Nothing: Day Trip to the San Diego Art Institute

More “copy and paste” journalism by yours truly~~ all you socal artnerds ought to jump in the car and head south to The San Diego Art Institute (SDAI) exhibition opening of “Not Quite […]

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 […]

Book Launch and Signing for Courts 02 by Ward Roberts

Éditions invites you to the book launch and signing for Courts 02 by Ward Roberts Thursday, July 28  5-7pm                          RSVP Arcana: Books on the Arts […]

WEHO ARTS’ “ART ON THE OUTSIDE” NEW PUBLIC ART INSTALLATIONS

DIVERSE INSTALLATIONS SLATED FOR WEHO ARTS’ “ART ON THE OUTSIDE” PUBLIC ART PROGRAM IN AUGUST 2016 This August, WeHo Arts will welcome several major installations as part of the City of […]

Fruit Themed Group Show at La-La Land Gallery Opens Tonight

I’ve always been obsessed and in awe of fruit’s visual perfection, which is only amplified by its taste. All the color, all the textures. Fruit is like flowers but much […]

Artist Talk: Kim West at Hauser Wirth & Schimmel

On a lazy stroll around the DTLA arts district in 2013, I spied Kim West‘s lone polar bear hanging out on the side of an old brick building. Three years […]

Conversation with Blue McRight about her new work “Immersive”

Blue McRight with new work Immersive

Every year, the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery features work by the winners of the City of Los Angeles (C.O.L.A.) Artist Fellowships, which honor a dozen mid-career artists from around […]

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