Last Night

Jazz in the Summertime Feels so Correct

What I was expecting: an elaborate installation that would marry musical acts with the Geffen’s front area in an interesting ...
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Eternal Messages to The Middle East

Saturday afternoon provided a steady viewing of the last glimpses of “Irrational Exhibits 10th Anniversary: Mapping the Divide” curated by ...
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Sippin’ 2-Buck & Chillin’

The hot Santa Ana winds whipped around our bare legs as we searched for The Lodge on Western Ave Saturday ...
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Honoring our Legends Now

My art-sister-in-arms and I headed out to Craft and Folk Art Museum Saturday evening to take in their survey show ...
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Look and Run

There was a cool sense of relief walking into David Kordansky’s gallery and seeing that the great turn out for Mai-Thu ...
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Engaging Art for Everyone

The epicenter of the downtown LA Arts District can be a bit overwhelming at times and “getting there is half ...
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Architectural Eye Candy

Architect John Bohn rolled into the parking lot off 4th Street and Traction Avenue, where the security guard acknowledged him ...
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Art Fatigue at its Best

I’ve heard of the phenomenon of art fatigue—getting so sick of looking at art that one more derivative Franz Kline-esque ...
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Dharma Karma from Zurich to LA

Setting afoot into an office space building was the last place I expected to be on a Friday evening. As ...
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Downtown Art Walk

Feeling apprehensive as I walked to the nearest Red Line stop to catch a train downtown; I believe that the ...
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