Past and Present: LA Art in the ’90s

Past and Present: LA Art in the ’90s

13 Artists Celebrate Miller-Durazo in the new Millennium

The recognized History of Art is marked by a movement, our blue-chip Art Stars and our institutions. Often more interesting and dynamic, the smaller histories…
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Pussy Riot Goes Hawaiian, Part 2

Pussy Riot Goes Hawaiian, Part 2

Artist/Fan Masami Teraoka and the Island of Dreams

Click Here for Part 1. Art Star and painter Masami Teraoka conceived of a collaboration with Russian performance collective Pussy Riot. These words document their…
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Pussy Riot Goes Hawaiian

Pussy Riot Goes Hawaiian

Artist/Fan Masami Teraoka Fulfills his Island of Dreams

Artist Masami Teraoka said, “Let’s make art!” and they did. Pure art rumbles, bubbles and springs forth, like the eruption of a magnificent geyser. As…
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Kathy Jetnil-Kijiner

Honolulu Biennial

Issue Art Clouds a Sunny Hawaii

The art world as we know it is in a constant state of reinvention and definition, continually seeking relevance. In this quarter of the great…
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Historic Hot Spots

Historic Hot Spots

10 Classic LA Artists' Haunts

Yee Mee Loo, Chinatown: Dark, exotic and mysterious, this temple dive bar was the touchstone for all Angeleno art legends. Destroyed by an earthquake. Today,…
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Jack Brogan, photo by Edith Baumann.

RECONNOITER

Jack Brogan

Jack Brogan is a fabricator. He makes things. Challenged with the whim, fancy and far-reaching concepts of the artist, Brogan, 86, will produce a dimensional…
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Hippie Noir

Hippie Noir

Orange Sunshine and the Mystic Artists Comes to Coastline Art Gallery in Newport Beach

There are times when an art movement quietly documents the heart and soul of the much louder story of history that surrounds it. In 1966, LSD…
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