I looked forward to Red Bull’s Red Bull Curates: Canvas Cooler for months before it began. Seeing posts by artists and fans made me even more excited not so much for the competitive... Read More »
As founder of some of the biggest street art initiatives in LA, Daniel Lahoda understands the unique territory that comes with public art.
The semi-hidden LALA Gallery in Downtown Los Angeles serves... Read More »
As a city, Los Angeles gets art. You can stroll through Downtown and Chinatown, or along La Brea Blvd, and gallery districts await you. Travel to the neighboring cities of Culver City,... Read More »
On a chilly Saturday night, the walls of Soze Gallery felt less like spaces for mere art and more like projections of strange dreams and fragmented nightmares.
The same white walls stood... Read More »
Some time last month, I posted a photo of myself on Instagram holding three spray paint cans with the caption #help. I’ve held onto the cans for quite some time now and used them probably once... Read More »
The LA Art Show 2013 at the Los Angeles Convention Center was the first art fair I ever attended, so I felt a bit overwhelmed by all the art assailing my eyes from seemingly every corner! I... Read More »
Nothing quite measures up to the vibrant energy of Downtown Los Angeles. Every time I visit, something captures my attention–a man playing an instrument on the corner, a flashing sign... Read More »
One of the most glorious phrases in the English language–all you can eat–took on an artistic spin this past Saturday night as artist Fabien Castanier Gallery opened graffiti... Read More »
On an otherwise uneventful weekday, I walked into Fabien Castanier Gallery in Studio City and encountered a giant burger made of bubble graffiti letters. As I walked around the... Read More »
In the streets of Milwaukee, a young Andrew Schoultz got arrested for skateboarding. Thanks to a babysitter, he fostered an interest in comic books. And in San Francisco he met a number of artists... Read More »
Walking down a street in Los Angeles you might encounter a wheatpaste poster on a wall, a stenciled face on the sidewalk, a sticker on a lamppost. And when you look up you can also find... Read More »