Gregory Siff and Steve Shaw, will be presenting LOVES with an artist reception tonight, March 24th from 5:00pm – 9:30pm. The reception is at Pacific Design Center’s 4AM Gallery, in West... Read More »
Now considered the largest book festival in the country, the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books celebrates its 21-year anniversary. The guest speakers at the Bovard Auditorium include Carrie... Read More »
A group art show, exploring the art of UK x LA emerging and urban artists, and how they’ve been influenced by British Culture, as part of the official programming for... Read More »
THESE DAYS and Thomas Solomon Art Advisory, will be presenting A Display of Panic at a Moment of Absolute Certainty, an exhibition of paintings and drawings by Nick Waplington.
The opening... Read More »
Out Of Line featuring four distinct artists exploring contemporary drawing and mark-making techniques will be opening at Subliminal Projects on Saturday April 9th from 8pm-11pm.
Using primarily... Read More »
Hauser Wirth & Schimmel (HWSLA), our new Cartwheel Art Magazine and Cartwheel Art Tours neighbor in the Downtown Los Angeles Arts District, previewed the former Globe Mills flour manufacturing... Read More »
Hauser Wirth & Schimmel (HWSLA), will be inaugurating its new Los Angeles complex located in the Downtown Los Angeles arts District, with ‘Revolution in the Making,’ a... Read More »
C.A.V.E Gallery has an opening reception for jason Hernandez and and Joshua Charles Hart. This is the eighth year C.A.V.E. Gallery is working with both artists.
See below for images as sneak peek... Read More »
“Aftermath,” will have an opening reception on Saturday April 9th at Robert Graham Studio Gallery, The show brings together works by Juan Carlos Munoz Hernandez, Gajin Fujita, Alex... Read More »
Albert Vitale is a painter living in Los Angeles. A recent graduate of the California State University Los Angeles MFA program, Vitale is know for his figurative expressionist paintings that draw... Read More »
The sneak peak screening of the documentary Dark Progressivism at the Orange County Museum of Art, presented by the OCMA and the Newport Beach Film Festival, was both the culmination of two years of... Read More »