It’s been thirty years since the Los Angeles Olympics. There have been earthquakes, riots, floods and fires; mountain lions and and bears have come down from the hills, buildings have gone up,... Read More »
We’re in a drought. The last time there a drought this bad in California, a new sport flowered–skate boarding. All those empty pools made for great neighborhood skate parks, legal or... Read More »
The Brewery is community of artists who live and work together in one of the most inspiring–and the largest– art colonies in the world, right here in downtown Los Angeles. And while they... Read More »
New York graffiti legend Blade hits LA with his new book Blade: King of Graffiti, and the opening of his first LA solo show at 7th Letter August 30th, with Blade signing his book from 6pm to 8pm.
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La Luz de Jesus balances light and dark, humor and horror, debauchery, death and Disney in a super show featuring solo works José Rodolfo Loaiza Ontiveros and the winners of the La Luz de Jesus... Read More »
“Heads Will Roll” is a hugely important exhibition, curated by Kelly Thompson, opeing August 2 at Coagula Curatorial. Kelly is a force of nature, an unstoppable artist. I first saw her... Read More »
The above flier explains it all: The TV show “Street Art Throwdown” invites you to be part of the grand finale block party on Monday July 21.
If you’d like to participate read the... Read More »
ArtExpoSD starts in less than two weeks–we do our load-in on opening day, July 24 at 7am–well, we can start at 7am, but since Dahlia Jane and I driving down the day before with... Read More »
ArtExpoSD makes it debut at San Diego’s Wonder Bread Factory July 24 to 26. The brainchild of artist and designer Mark Murphy who organized art shows at Comic-Con, ArtExpoSD runs... Read More »
Los Angeles sets global trend. Our art is exploding around the world. And can show your support for our city and its art through supporting the final stages of production on the LA art documentary... Read More »
One of the most important museum shows to open this year, if not this decade, “Scratch” at the El Segundo Museum of Art works on numerous levels to highlight the past, present,... Read More »