Gag Me With A Toon 5 at WWA Gallery!

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Gag Me With A Toon 5 at WWA Gallery!

  If you think WWA Gallery is preying on your easiest emotions with their fifth annual “Gag Me With A Toon” exhibit, well, you’re absolutely right. This is a very specific vein they are tapping. The first dramatic connection many of us have with art is through cartoons, comic strips, comic books. and for Generation…

Brave New Worlds: “Futurology” and Heidi Taillifer at Copro Gallery

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Brave New Worlds: “Futurology” and Heidi Taillifer at Copro Gallery

Considering we live in an age of digital footprints, cyber-surveillance, and ┬áiron domes, I’m surprised that I don’t see more paranoid art. I see a lot of sad bunnies and suicidal bears, but I reckon that has more to do with our inner-child, lost youth, and other icky therapeutic garbage than anything dealing with Orwellian…

Dreamweaver: Interview with Vincent Cacciotti

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Dreamweaver: Interview with Vincent Cacciotti

My first encounter with the work of Vincent Cacciotti was fairly intense. Back in November of 2012, I walked into WWA Gallery and was immediately confronted with a row of masterful oil paintings that were at once dark, mysterious, psychological, sensual, and gripping. I was unfamiliar with the name, but I quickly filed it away…

“We Are Who We Pretend To Be” at WWA Gallery

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“We Are Who We Pretend To Be” at WWA Gallery

  Los Angeles seems like the ideal place to stage an art exhibit that tackles issues of identity. People everywhere struggle with their identities, but in Los Angeles, that struggle is our very culture. Here that struggle breeds, festers and spreads its influential bile to all points on the globe. From studio execs who define…