In 1928, Georgia O’Keeffe painted giant orange poppies. “If I could paint the flower exactly as I see it,” she said, “no one would see what I see because I would paint it small like the flower is small. So I said to myself–I’ll paint
Seminal nonprofit gallery and project space LA><ART decamped from its original Culver City space and moved to a very civilized new home in Hollywood earlier this year and is currently gearing up to celebrate its tenth anniversary this Fall. At the same time, the organization
An edited conversation between curator/artist Kio Griffith and writer/artist
Jacki Apple about four exhibitions exploring cultural history, memory, materiality,
impermanence, and performance in contemporary Japanese art.
Metamorphosis Of Japan After The War: 1945-1964
West Los Angeles College.
June 12 - July 11, 2015
Arena 1 Gallery, Santa Monica.
June 13 –
Edward Cella Art + Architecture is pleased to announce Looking, an exhibition focusing on the artworks of Patrick Angus (1953-1992) and Stuart Sandford (b. 1978). Looking will feature drawings, photographs and sculptures by these two artists, who despite working some thirty-five years apart, share in