Save the Date: 2016 LA Art Show, January 27 to 31

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Save the Date:  2016 LA Art Show,  January 27 to 31

Celebrating its twenty first year anniversary, 2016 LA Art Show promises to be the biggest ever! For four days, the Los Angeles Convention Center will be host to over 50,000 attendees who can visit more than 120 galleries representing 22 countries. In those twenty years, LA has become a major art world center. Our city…

Save the Date: November 7, El Velorio at Plaza de la Raza

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Save the Date: November 7, El Velorio at Plaza de la Raza

Dia de los Muertos continues as a super celebration of SoCal Latinx culture on November 7 when Exodus Events presents El Velorio at Plaza de la Raza. Featuring live music ranging from mariachis to rock, DJs, costumes, traditional food, and altars, El Velorio also presents one of the largest Dia de los Muertos themed art…

MOLAA: New Exhibition Captures Tradition in Southern California Landscape Painting

MOLAA: New Exhibition Captures Tradition in Southern California Landscape Painting

On September 19th the Museum of Latin American Art in Long Beach (MOLAA) unveils a regional aesthetic of landscape painting, focusing on Southern California artists. “Somewhere Over El Arco Iris” presents works from the Chicano Movement, while simultaneously contrasting these works with modern-day street artists Man One, Vyal Reyes, and Johnny KMDZ Martinez. Coincidentally, “Somewhere…

“Made in Los Angeles” Opens in Pomona at Smoking Mirrors

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“Made in Los Angeles” Opens in Pomona at Smoking Mirrors

  “Made in Los Angeles,” featuring over twenty artists from the Greater Los Angeles area, opened Saturday night¬† at Smoking Mirrors during the Pomona Art Walk. The show reflects a strong urban sensibility and one that is distinctive to the Southland– sugar skulls, ghetto birds, sunsets, cityscapes, the LA River and LA graffiti, custom cars,…

Preview: Calavera Gallery Part of Evolving Urban Landscape

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Preview: Calavera Gallery Part of Evolving Urban Landscape

Northeast Los Angeles has new gallery: Calavera Gallery on a strip of Cypress Ave that also houses the new bar from punk rock filmmaker Dave Travis who took over the Tops Club, keeping the interior intact adn¬† renaming it Cafe NELA, at 1906 Cypress, conveniently located next to a taco joint–a dollar a taco! Perfect…