LA Print: Edition 3 LACMA Saturday, February 23, 2013 | 12:30 pm Presentations and a panel discussion will take place throughout the day at LACMA, and complimentary demonstrations and a relief printmaking workshop will take place at the Craft and Folk Art Museum.
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Find a Barbara Kruger School Bus (for The L.A. Fund) Today, Wednesday, Nov. 21st! Download either of these apps: Smart Ride (free) or Where’s my LA Metro Bus? (99¢) Enter any of these bus #’s today only: 7435 (La Brea Ave.), 7869 (Alvarado Street), 7649 (East/West on Santa Monica Blvd.), 7137 (East/West on 3rd Street), 7720
Blogger Daniel Rolnik Tells You How to Navigate the Brewery ArtWalk Where to Start: Whatever you do, don’t plan your route for the art walk ahead of time. Instead, make sure you have at least 4-5 hours reserved to properly experience the bi-annual event. Get lost inside of The Brewery and treat your whole time there
Check Out Alissa Walker’s Guide to Pacific Standard Time: Art in L.A. 1945-1980 Downtown and Exposition Park Weekend Happy spring, art adventurers! Can you believe we’ve been at this for five whole months? And there’s no end in sight. This weekend’s Pacific Standard Time focus zeroes in on Downtown and Exposition Park. And Alissa Walker will be
MOCA Engagement Party: CamLab’s The Heart Wants What It Does MOCA’s Engagement Party provides an opportunity for Southern California–based artist collectives and collaborators to create new artworks that engage with MOCA and its resources in unexpected ways. Artist collective CamLab presents a trilogy, titled The Heart Wants What It Does, for their Engagement Party residency.
MOCA Engagement Party: CamLabs The Heart Wants What It Does MOCAs Engagement Party provides an opportunity for Southern Californiabased artist collectives and collaborators to create new artworks that engage with MOCA and its resources in unexpected ways. Artist collective CamLab presents a trilogy, titled The Heart Wants What It Does, for their Engagement Party residency.
Check Out Alissa Walker’s Guide to the Pacific Standard Time Performance and Public Art Festival We’re halfway there, folks! This is the midway mark in your Pacific Standard Time marathon. Some shows are closing, others have been graciously extended, and a whole new crop of exhibitions are about to open. Why not take a breather and hit
MOCA’s Engagement Party: CamLab’s The Heart Wants What It Does MOCA’s Engagement Party provides an opportunity for Southern Californiabased artist collectives and collaborators to create new artworks that engage with MOCA and its resources in unexpected ways. The collective CamLab presents three new projects in the form of interactive installations using fabric and language, which will cultivate
Pacific Standard Time Participating Gallery Shows to See Before the End of the Year. In addition to the cultural institutions participating in Pacific Standard Time: Art in L.A. 1945-1980, there are also over 70 galleries with exhibitions focused on art in Los Angeles between 1945 and 1980. If you find a few free moments this
ForYourArt Was There for Liz Glynn’s Final MOCA Engagement Party: All the Arms We Need—A Dinner Party in Three Acts Liz Glynn’s final work for Engagement Party took the form of a seated dinner party for a limited number of participants. All the Arms We Need—A Dinner Party in Three Acts incorporated imagery from 19th-century anatomical
On December 4, 2011, The New Inquiry, BOMB Magazine, and ForYourArt will host a Marathon Reading of Frederic Tutens visionary novel, The Adventures of Mao on the Long March at New York’s The Jane Hotel. The New Inquiry, BOMB Magazine, and ForYourArt present THE MARATHON READING OF THE ADVENTURES OF MAO ON THE LONG MARCH BY FREDERIC TUTEN Mao,
ForYourArt Events Survey We want you to get the most out of our events. Please take this quick survey by Friday, November 18th, and you’ll have a chance to win a private tour of Gemini G.E.L. for you and up to fourteen friends. For those who attended Monday night’s Collecting in L.A. event, please fill out the
Hello intrepid art adventurers! Have you been absorbing galleries? Invading museums? This weekend our Pacific Standard Time focus is zeroing in on Hollywood and the Miracle Mile. Your tour guide Alissa Walker has lined up yet another itinerant itinerary sure to entertain and delight. Here’s what to see on November 12 and 13.
MOCA’s Engagement Party: Liz Glynn’s Loving You is Like Fucking the Dead MOCA’s Engagement Party provides an opportunity for Southern California–based artist collectives and collaborators to create new artworks that engage with MOCA and its resources in unexpected ways. Artist Liz Glynn presents a trilogy, titled Loving You Is Like Fucking the Dead, for her
Architectural Digest Sifts Through the Many Pacific Standard Time Offerings, Selecting Its Top Ten Must-See Shows For Design Enthusiasts Whether you get a rush from smooth Eames lines, are desperate for a dip in a fabulous ’60s pool or need some inspiration for your redecorating project, these are the shows for you.
A List of Galleries From Major Cities Around the Globe The Internet has made it easy to see art from different parts of the world. ForYourArt helps you navigate by providing links from galleries represented in Art Basel, Art Basel Miami Beach, Frieze Art Fair, and VIP Art Fair.
Pacific Standard Time will be swinging a spotlight over one corner of the Southern California art universe, one weekend at a time. On October 22 and 23 the focus will be on the Westside of Los Angeles, including lots of events happening throughout Santa Monica. So grab your sketchbook (or maybe just your iPhone) and
Alissa Walker’s Guides to Pacific Standard Time Regional Weekends: Opening Weekend Walker pores over every museum website, every press release, every wayward tweet to compile custom itineraries that help you squeeze the most out of this once-in-a-lifetime event.
Saturday, October 1, 1-4pm Beginning this weekend, the city-wide celebration of Southern California’s art history–Pacific Standard Time: Art in L.A. 1945-1980–officially opens. In addition to the over 60 museum exhibitions, galleries form L.A. to San Diego will host exhibitions exploring the multifaceted artists, works and practices that made up this monumental era. This Saturday, October
Joel Kyack Talks About His Pieces in Escape to Shit Mountain “Well”, the bartender says, leaning into the bar in a familiar way, “let’s think about time as being linear in fact and cyclical in nature.”