Our Top Kavanaugh Pics Starting from the Beginning

Our Top Kavanaugh Pics Starting from the Beginning

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Our Top Kavanaugh Pics Starting from the Beginning
I imagine people will be studying the Kavanaugh Supreme Court confirmation photographs for years to come. Maybe we’re at a cultural tipping point. Perhaps this is just one more body blow. Either way, the photos are brimming with pathos, irony and electricity as they take a searing look at power, gender and privilege. Having already […]
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10 Most Iconic Photographs of the 20th Century From Around the World

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10 Most Iconic Photographs of the 20th Century From Around the World
The origins of photography, as we know it today, can be traced back to the late 1830s in France, when inventor Joseph Nicéphore Niépce captured the first ever permanent recorded image – a crude shot of the view from his studio’s window in France. The ground-breaking work paved the way for the tremendous development of […]
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Mid-Century Modern: A Design Movement from the 1940s That Is Still Relevant

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Mid-Century Modern: A Design Movement from the 1940s That Is Still Relevant
One of the most enduring design movements in history, Mid-Century Modern is still largely prevalent in the furniture and architectural design landscapes. The style is almost ubiquitous in formal as well as informal décor settings, even today, be it in the form of large windows or sleek, streamlined furniture pieces. The timeless style never seems […]
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The Many Sides of Harriet Bart, From 1970s to Today

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The Many Sides of Harriet Bart, From 1970s to Today
Harriet Bart, “Re-Marks (Memorial)” (1988), acrylic and stitching on canvas (collection of the artist, photo by Rik Sferra, image courtesy Weisman Art Museum) MINNEAPOLIS — The trajectory of Harriet Bart’s artistic career is one of twists, turns, discoveries, and transformations. She has worked in textiles, painting, sculpture, book arts, and installation, at times dramatically switching […]
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A View From the Easel During Times of Quarantine

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A View From the Easel During Times of Quarantine
This the 155th installment of a series in which artists send in a photo and a description of their workspace. In light of COVID-19, we’ve asked participants to reflect on how the pandemic has changed their studio space and/or if they are focusing on particular projects while quarantining. Want to take part? Submit your studio — just check […]
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Dramatic Brush Strokes Energize Trees in Paintings by Adam S. Doyle

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Dramatic Brush Strokes Energize Trees in Paintings by Adam S. Doyle
All photographs (c) Adam S. Doyle, shared with permission Artist Adam S. Doyle (previously) is known for his paintings of birds and other animals that call attention to, rather than mask, his brush strokes. In his latest series, “Night Fall Trees,” Doyle shifts his focus to a different living entity. “By putting trees front and […]
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‘The Bird & the Whale’ Tells a Short and Sweet Tale Using Paint-on-Glass Animation

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‘The Bird & the Whale’ Tells a Short and Sweet Tale Using Paint-on-Glass Animation
An animated short film written and directed by Carol Freeman uses an old-fashioned technique called paint-on-glass to form each luminescent frame. At seven minutes long, The Bird & the Whale is comprised of 4,300 paintings created by a small team of female artists in Dublin, Ireland. The animated film tells the story of a young […]
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New Book Collects ROA’s Black-and-White Creatures in Photographs from Around the World

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New Book Collects ROA’s Black-and-White Creatures in Photographs from Around the World
All photographs © ROA, shared with permission. Atlanta, Georgia, United States Those unable to experience the black-and-white murals of Belgian artist ROA (previously) in person can admire photographs of his works in the recently published Codex. Released by Lannoo Publishers, the 352-page book contains four chapters centered on Eurasia, Africa, America, and Oceania, regions where […]
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Aerial Embroidery Showcases the Hidden Patterns of Cultivated Farmland

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Aerial Embroidery Showcases the Hidden Patterns of Cultivated Farmland
Humble fields become abstracted artworks in thread paintings by Victoria Rose Richards. The artist uses a combination of tight, straight lines and lush French knots to emulate the rural patterning of closely-cropped fields divided by hedges and woods. Richards, who is 21 years old and based in South West Devon, U.K., draws inspiration from the […]
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From the Sugar Cube to the 101

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From the Sugar Cube to the 101
Working on the tenth floor of SFMOMA in its bright and shiny new configuration afforded me an exquisite view of the Bay Bridge from one side, Sutro Tower and a broad vista of San Francisco on the other — a bird’s eye POV. My desk was white, my cube was white, the walls were white. […]
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Mirth, Making … and another word starting with M

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Mirth, Making … and another word starting with M
Hang out with six (and in a couple cases a few more) of your new closest friends as you learn woodworking in our upcoming classes. Below are listed and linked those in which there are one or more bench spaces available, both at the Lost Art Press (LAP) storefront and at other locations in classes […]
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The Lineup: This week’s must-see art events

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The Lineup: This week’s must-see art events
The Lineup: This week’s must-see art events If you would like to submit an event (Facebook event link is appreciated) or press release, send to artandcakela@gmail.com with a high res jpeg for publication)   Wednesday April 3rd   Opening: Unraveling Collective Forms! Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions 6522 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, California 90028 Opening April […]
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Nurit Avesar and Susan T. Kurland at Shoebox Projects

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Nurit Avesar and Susan T. Kurland at Shoebox Projects
Nurit Avesar & Susan T. Kurland, All the Kings Men, Shoebox Projects; Photo credit Kristine Schomaker All the King’s Men closed March 24 Shoebox Projects, Los Angeles Written by Genie Davis The fragility of life on this planet has never been more abundantly apparent. From environmental abuses to those of human rights, our current socio-political […]
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Focus Iran 3 at Craft Contemporary

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Focus Iran 3 at Craft Contemporary
Hadi Safari, The Holy Healing Pole, Focus Iran 3, Craft Contemporary; Image courtesy of the artist Focus Iran 3: Contemporary Photography and Video through May 12 Craft Contemporary, Los Angeles Written by Orly Minazad For their third biennial Focus Iran series, Farhang Foundation has teamed up with Craft Contemporary (formerly known as Craft and Folk […]
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Uncommon Thread Weaves Magic at BG Gallery

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Uncommon Thread Weaves Magic at BG Gallery
Sarah Detweiler, Regeneration of Hope, Uncommon Thread, BG Gallery; Image courtesy of the gallery Uncommon Thread Weaves Magic through April 6 BG Gallery, Santa Monica Written by Genie Davis Curated by Danielle Krysa, an artist and author herself, seven terrific artists use thread as the tie that binds, in a show of lush, exciting, and […]
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Stargazers: Intersections of Contemporary Art & Astronomy

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Stargazers: Intersections of Contemporary Art & Astronomy
Penelope Umbrico. Stargazers: Intersections of Contemporary Art & Astronomy, Orange Coast College, Frank M. Doyle Arts Pavilion; Images courtesy of the gallery Stargazers: Intersections of Contemporary Art & Astronomy through April 6 Frank M. Doyle Arts Pavilion, Orange Coast College, Costa Mesa By Liz Goldner If looking at the heavens at night and at the […]
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Connie Lane’s Linear Amplitude

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Connie Lane’s Linear Amplitude
Connie Lane, Linear Amplitude, Michael Stearns Studio at the Loft; Image courtesy of the artist Connie Lane: Linear Amplitude closed March 29 Michael Stearns Studio at the Loft, San Pedro Written by Genie Davis Connie Lane’s Linear Amplitude, which showed at Michael Stearns Studio at the Loft in San Pedro, is a haunting and ephemeral […]
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Studio Visit: Russell Crotty, The Penumbra of Existence

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Studio Visit: Russell Crotty, The Penumbra of Existence
Photo credit Gary Brewer Studio Visit: Russell Crotty, The Penumbra of Existence “Let us create vessels and sails adjusted to the heavenly ether, and there will be plenty of people unafraid of the empty wastes. In the meantime, we shall prepare, for the brave sky-travelers, maps of the celestial bodies – I shall do it […]
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The Lineup: This week’s must-see art events

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The Lineup: This week’s must-see art events
The Lineup: This week’s must-see art events If you would like to submit an event (Facebook event link is appreciated) or press release, send to artandcakela@gmail.com with a high res jpeg for publication)   Wednesday April 17th   I Am Nature – Artist Talk The Loft at Liz’s 453 S La Brea Ave, Los Angeles, […]
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Desert X 2019

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Desert X 2019
Iman Issa, Surrogates, Desert X; Photo Credit: Genie Davis Desert X through April 21st Written by Genie Davis The second iteration of Desert X – which functions as kind of scavenger hunt for the locations of large scale installation art works throughout the Coachella Valley – is wider spread than the 2017 model, and in most […]
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Lena Moross at Monopole Wine Bar

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Lena Moross at Monopole Wine Bar
Lena Moross, Untitled, Monopole Wine Bar; Image courtesy of the artist Lena Moross at Monopole Wine Bar through May 18 Monopole Wine Bar, Pasadena Written by Eve Wood I love discovering art in unexpected places, especially when the art enhances the overall experience of moving through a living, thriving city space. Lena Moross’ beautiful paintings […]
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The Lineup: This week’s must-see art events

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The Lineup: This week’s must-see art events
The Lineup: This week’s must-see art events If you would like to submit an event (Facebook event link is appreciated) or press release, send to artandcakela@gmail.com with a high res jpeg for publication)   Thursday April 11th   Printed Matter’s La Art Book Fair 2019 The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA 152 North Central Avenue, Los […]
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Call and Response at CSU Long Beach

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Call and Response at CSU Long Beach
Abel Alejandre, Call and Response, University Art Museum CSULB; Photo credit Amanda Fruta Call and Response Evokes Visceral Responses to Art through April 14 University Art Museum at California State University, Long Beach Written by Genie Davis What is a call and response? It is a revival of sorts, it is a conversation that demands […]
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Kyla Hansen and Alison Ragguette at Pasadena City College

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Kyla Hansen and Alison Ragguette at Pasadena City College
Alison Ragguette, Cross Section Ellipse (detail), Combobulation, V Gallery; Photo credit: Lorraine Heitzman Combobulation: The Art of Kyla Hansen and Alison Ragguette V Gallery at Pasadena City College, Pasadena through April 12, 2019 By Lorraine Heitzman Kyla Hansen and Alison Ragguette share more than just the space in their current show at the V Gallery […]
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