My Brain on Trump

My Brain on Trump

I finally made my first visit to LA’s Broad museum this week. Even though it opened in September, I waited until I could easily get…
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DOSSHAUS' Zoey Taylor

LA (Selfie) Show 2017

Me, Myself and I, at LA Art Show

Los Angeles was just starting to glow with the encroaching night life as we rushed through the Convention Center, blindly searching for the LA Art…
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WOMEN’S MARCH LA

WOMEN’S MARCH LA

A listing of events around Los Angeles to prepare for Women's March LA

This Saturday, January 21st, one day after inauguration day, thousands will take to the streets in Washington D.C. for the Women’s March in protest of…
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Art and Literature in the News in a Post-11/8 World

Art and Literature in the News in a Post-11/8 World

 Do you feel you are living in some bizarre parallel universe? Is your head spinning, your anxiety spiking? Are you starting to worry you’re on…
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Illma Gore at Samuel Freeman Gallery

FACE OUR FEARS: COME TOGETHER

Illma Gore at Samuel Freeman Gallery

It became clear to us during our first night of gallery hopping in 2017, that this year can only be better than last if we…
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EDITOR’S LETTER

EDITOR’S LETTER

January-February 2017

Dear Readers  Happy New Year! Last October I was invited to moderate a panel titled: “Is Art our Last Safe Place?” The general topic was whether…
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From performance, Taking Stock in Yourself, at Los Angeles Contemporary Archive, photo by Michael Niemetz, 2014

Molly Jo Shea: Driven By Fear

Performances that Make you Laugh and Feel

Los Angeles performance artist Molly Jo Shea knows that you’ve got some genuine feelings, you’re just scared to reveal them. If you attend one of…
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Osceola Refetoff, Desert Vista Cinco CA, 2009

Osceola Refetoff: A Room with a View

Fresh Eyes on the Desert

An austere flat horizon is blanketed by intensely blue sky and bracketed by the remnants of an orange window frame, its rectilinear quiet slyly evoking…
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Daniel Joseph Martinez, IF YOU DRINK HEMLOCK, I SHALL DRINK IT WITH YOU or A BEAUTIFUL DEATH; player to player, pimp to pimp. (As performed by the inmates of the Asylum of Charenton under the direction of the Marquis de Sade), 2016, courtesy of the artist and Roberts & Tilton, Culver City, CA.

BEST IN SHOW 2016

LA's Top Ten Shows

“My name is called Disturbance,” as Mick Jagger sang in “Street Fighting Man,” and as 2016 careened into 2017, many of us wondered where exactly…
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