The Sorcerer’s Apprentice, 2000 Installation view

Alexis Smith

Honor Fraser

Mining the territory of surrealism, juxtaposing everyday objects to create metaphoric meanings; Alexis Smith, in collaboration with poet Amy Gerstler, have created a visual journey…
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Night Comedy XVI “Your white friend brought you here, didn’t they?”

Night Comedy XVI “Your white friend brought you here, didn’t they?”

at Night Gallery

It was pure crickets at last night’s Night Comedy XVI. And we mean literal crickets that would not shut up throughout the entire evening creating…
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Harold Greene

DISASTER EVOKES CREATIVITY

Box Collective at the Craft and Folk Art Museum

When an extraordinary windstorm on November 30, 2011  in the San Gabriel Valley decimated the Los Angeles County Arboretum and Botanic Garden, artists helped replenish…
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Patti Smith, 1976

Robert Mapplethorpe

LACMA

Robert Mapplethorpe’s recent retrospective at LACMA is stunning in its breadth and cohesiveness. What comes across most profoundly is the artist’s sensitivity to his subjects….
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Current:LA Brings Art to The Valley in the Form of Tea

On Sunday we spent the later part of our afternoon trekking to the deep valley for tea. No, not the pinkies-up, triangle-sandwiches-type of tea. Instead…
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New York Attorney General Announces $4.28 Million Settlement With Gagosian Gallery

New York Attorney General Announces $4.28 Million Settlement With Gagosian Gallery

NEW YORK—Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman announced today a $4.28 million settlement with international art dealer Gagosian Gallery following an investigation into sales tax collection…
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Little Nemo

Little Nemo

Escherland

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10 WORDS FOR ARTILLERY

10 WORDS FOR ARTILLERY

10 Year Anniversary Ad Lottery

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Shirley Tse

Shirley Tse

Shoshana Wayne Gallery

Shirley Tse is one my favorite artists working in Los Angeles today and her fifth exhibition at Shoshana Wayne is once again astonishingly inventive, moving…
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Please Have Enough Acid in This Dish! at M+B

Please Have Enough Acid in This Dish! at M+B

Group shows are often wonderful for ensuring that a shit-ton of people show up to a gallery opening. Pair a group show with a food…
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Johanna Went and Mat Gleason

Mark Gash at Coagula Curatorial curated by Johanna Went

at Chimento Contemporary

Opening night with live music by Dick and Jane Family Orchestra and a special reunion of LA’s original art rock band (with actual talent) the…
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Friends From The Past, 2016

Joakim Ojanen

Richard Heller Gallery

Joakim Ojanen’s playfully enigmatic ceramic sculptures are strangely endearing. Throughout the exhibition, the artist has set up a series of intimate vignettes using small-scale ceramic figures…
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