Obscura Day Is Coming! We’re thrilled to announce that Cartwheel Art, who has partnered for the last three years with Atlas Obscura in designing and leading monthly, unique art focussed neighborhood tours in Los Angeles, has also become a partner with Atlas Obscura for their sixth annual Obscura Day—a single day when Atlas Obscura’s mission of discovery and […]
Preview: Jalal Poehlman Picture Yourself in a Boat on a River Jan 28- Feb 28 at The Alley, Downtown Los Angeles.
Join us at The Alley in the Downtown Los Angeles Arts District, on Saturday January 28th from 6-9pm, for Jalal Poehlman’s solo show “Picture Yourself in a Boat on a River” opening reception. For Poehlman’s show, he is transforming The Alley, a relic of old Downtown Los Angeles’ which features a uniquely shaped brick and timber exhibition space, […]
MADE-IN-VENICE-THE MOVIE-TRAILER from Juice Magazine on Vimeo. Made In Venice, a documentary, directed and produced by Jonathan Penson, featuring the inside story of the skateboarders of Venice, California, and their struggle to make the dream of a skatepark come true, will be released nationwide on August 25, 2016, via Abramorama. The feature-length documentary carries the viewer through […]
Pop Surrealism! Lowbrow! Tattoos! Performance! Installation! Film! Punk Rock DJs, Collectibles! Utter coolness! Art Gathering–the giant indie art fair and tattoo convention aboard the Queen Mary–is going to be huge! On board the venerable ship will be over hundred independent artists hanging on the Kulture Klash walls and showing in booths. Ron English and Chet […]
Save the Date: Cartwheel Art Tour for the LA Art Show, “The Development of An Art Scene and The Art of Development”.
Join us for our one-year anniversary celebration of Cartwheel Art Tours as we travel by bus from the Convention Center to the Downtown Los Angeles Arts District on an immersive experience in the most unique, art-centric, and rapidly changing part of Los Angeles. This special Cartwheel Art Tour, designed for LA Art Show guests, as […]
We’ve beeen following Internationally acclaimed street- and studio-based artist, Faith47 who currently lives in Cape Town, South Africa, and now we can see her work in person–she just finished a new mural in the South Park area of DTLA last week titled The Preciousness of the Hunt. Faith 47’s poetic elegant swan mural, painted across […]
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, and future of art, lettering, and Los Angeles. Last year, the Getty Research Institute began an ambitious program conceived by graffiti collector […]
Former MOCA chief curator Paul Schimmel who left over MOCA’s then-director Jeffrey Deitch’s shall we say “deitchiness”–has returned victorious and triumphant to downtown Los Angeles, specifically to the Downtown Art District. On his Facebook page, Schimmel posted: My new home in downtown LA -a late 19 th early 20 th Century flour Mill. The 100,000 […]
Saturday, June 7th at 4pm, the California Locos–five artists, who over the past five decades, have shaped the Southern California art scene–discuss the evolution of LA surf-skate-street-art culture in panel, “The Origins of Rebellion” moderated by artist Anna Pomonis at Red Pipe Gallery, as a compliment to the “California Locos” group show. These native Angelenos–Chaz Bojorquez, […]