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Bill Bush
Bill Bush is Publisher of Artweek.LA, a leading online magazine dedicated to the Los Angeles art scene, featuring the most comprehensive calendar of openings, exhibitions, art walks, auctions, talks and lectures.

Prior to Artweek.LA, Bush was Publisher of THE Magazine, a monthly tabloid covering art and artists in Los Angeles. He joined THE Magazine from Art Ltd. where as Director of Sales he was responsible for developing the Los Angeles market, helping to transition Art Ltd. from Lifescapes, a lifestyles magazine, to a leader in the regional art scene.

In addition to more than 25 years in publishing with many leading companies including Ziff-Davis, Inc., CMP Media, and Cahners Publishing, Bush founded Gramercy Partners, Inc., an award-winning marketing communications firm specializing in publishing, technology, education, and non-profits, with a client list that includes Intel, UCLA, HBO, Avnet, Project Angel Food, and Aids Project Los Angeles (APLA), among others.

Bill is married to Inez, who is both a partner in Gramercy Partners and actively involved in arts education as a consultant to local school districts and arts non-profits. They have two sons, Cheyne, who is currently attending Cal Arts, and Dillon, a high school student who plans to pursue a career in the arts.

Entries by Bill Bush

LA Art Show Rings in a New Year of Art: This Artweek.LA (January 13, 2014)

(0) Comments | Posted January 15, 2014 | 3:52 PM


The LA Art Show | The largest and most successful platform for contemporary and traditional art in the West returns to the Los Angeles Convention Center January 15 - 19, 2014.

The LA Art Show provides collectors with an expansive breadth of galleries...

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A Room With Nine Views: This Artweek.LA (Dec. 16, 2013)

(0) Comments | Posted December 18, 2013 | 4:55 PM


Robert Minervini: Until Tomorrow Comes | A site-specific exhibition of nine interrelated large-scale paintings intended to be viewed and considered as a single, continuous panoramic landscape. While the works function independently, they are reliant on each other to unravel a long-form narrative space...

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As Lovely as a Tree: This Artweek.LA (December 2, 2013)

(0) Comments | Posted December 4, 2013 | 1:38 PM


Michael Kenna | Kenna has long been recognized for the dream-like landscapes that make up the majority of his work and has been exhibited internationally since the late 1970's. Kenna travels six months out of the year to remote locations around the world...

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The Accidental Artist: This Artweek.LA (November 4, 2013)

(0) Comments | Posted November 7, 2013 | 12:35 PM


Doug Edge: Let Me Explain | The art featured in this exhibition are not simply compelling pieces of abstract art - they are rich narratives, yielding to the careful observer the life-experience of a prolific and original American artist. Though most pieces in...

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L.A.'s Hometown Heroes Up for Auction: This Artweek.LA (October 28, 2013)

(1) Comments | Posted October 30, 2013 | 5:24 PM

Ed Paschke, Spectrum, 1991, Oil on canvas, Signed, titled and dated in pencil on verso, Provenance: GOLDEEN Gallery, Santa Monica, CA, tag on verso, Image: 36 x 40 inches. Estimated Gallery Price: $90,000/$100,000

Santa Monica Auctions | Next year will...

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From Here to There and Back Again: This Artweek.LA (October 21, 2013)

(0) Comments | Posted October 23, 2013 | 7:03 PM


Richard Diebenkorn: The Berkeley Years, 1953 - 1966 | The exhibition is the first to examine one of the most complex periods in the distinguished career of Richard Diebenkorn. Featuring works created in the productive period between 1953 to 1966, it explores Diebenkorn's...

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The Object of Beauty: This Artweek.LA (October 14, 2013)

(0) Comments | Posted October 17, 2013 | 12:11 PM


Margie Livingston: Objectified | Livingston is first and foremost a painter. Her desire to liberate painting from illusion and free herself from the limitations of traditional painting pushed her to articulate and embrace an entirely new approach to making work. Employing strategies and methods...

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Altered States: This Artweek.LA (October 7, 2013)

(0) Comments | Posted October 9, 2013 | 9:27 PM


Jordi Alcaraz: Altered States | This much anticipated museum-scale exhibition brings together large and small works, which transcend the categories of painting, sculpture, and drawing as they blend all media, employing assemblage-like manner and installation. Conceptually, Alcaraz extends notions of perspective beyond the realms...

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This Myth Hits Home: This Artweek.LA (September 30, 2013)

(0) Comments | Posted October 3, 2013 | 1:04 PM


Gary Baseman: Mythical Homeland | This solo exhibition extends the narrative inspired by his recent retrospective, Gary Baseman: The Door Is Always Open at the Skirball Cultural Center. Basemen showcases again the motifs of home and nostalgia in creating another breathtaking installation honoring his...

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Art By Numbers: This Artweek.LA (September 23, 2013)

(0) Comments | Posted September 25, 2013 | 2:22 PM


Nathalie Miebach: Changing Waters | For years, Miebach has been translating meteorological, ecological, and oceanographic data into woven sculptures and musical scores. Using the gridsystem of basket weaving as a base, her three-dimensional data visualizations are a revolutionary blend of the aesthetic and the...

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Spiritualism, War and Art: This Artweek.LA (September 16, 2013)

(3) Comments | Posted September 18, 2013 | 12:54 PM


Brendan Threadgill: Promise of a Golden Future | The American West has long been a frontier for both new religions and spiritualities and the military industry alike - from Esalen and Scientology to RAND Corporation and the Nevada Proving Grounds. In Southern California specifically,...

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Los Angeles Then and Now: This Artweek.LA (September 9, 2013)

(0) Comments | Posted September 12, 2013 | 10:38 AM

Image courtesy of Magnum Photo, ROSEGALLERY and the artist

Bruce Davidson: 1964 / 2012 | Bruce Davidson first came to Los Angeles in 1964 on assignment for Esquire magazine. As a young New Yorker in L.A., he found himself at odds...

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The Art of September: This Artweek.LA (September 2, 2013)

(0) Comments | Posted September 6, 2013 | 12:15 PM

Alison Saar, Pret-a-Porter, 2013, paper, matte medium, wax, pigment, and found suitcases, Suitcase 1 of 2: 26 x 15 x 8 in. (66 x 38.1 x 20.3 cm), Suitcase 2 of 2: 28 x 14 x 9 in. (71.1 x 35.6...

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Moses Transposes Euphoniously: This Artweek.LA (July 22, 2013)

(0) Comments | Posted July 23, 2013 | 3:31 PM


Ed Moses, Acrylic on canvas, 42" x 42"

Ed Moses: A Stone Mirror Reversed | Two new series of paintings by the 87 year old abstract expressionist painter. The exhibition title, A Stone Mirror Reversed, alludes to the collection of short...

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Rogue Wave 2013: This Artweek.LA (July 15, 2013)

(0) Comments | Posted July 17, 2013 | 2:35 PM

Farrah Karapetian, Muscle Memory, 2013, unique chromogenic photogram (from performance), Three panels, each: 108 x 35 in. (274.3 x 88.9 cm)

Rogue Wave was initiated in 2001 as a group survey exhibition examining Los Angeles-based artists. This is the fifth group...

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Summer Magic: This Artweek.LA (July 8, 2013)

(0) Comments | Posted July 10, 2013 | 1:35 PM


Summer Magic | This group photography show, curated by Shelley de Soto, features by Adam Ekberg, Nick Meek, Naida Osline, Katie Shapiro, Trujillo-Paumier, and Carlo Van de Roer.

The works in Summer Magic convey the hypnotic, chimerical, almost hallucinatory quality of a summer...

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In the Beginning: This Artweek.LA (June 24, 2013)

(0) Comments | Posted June 26, 2013 | 12:55 PM


Sebastião Salgado: Genesis | Genesis marks Salgado's most ambitious project to-date involving years of research and eight years of travel to thirty-two of the most isolated regions of the planet. Inspired by the re-forestation of his family farm in Brazil, Salgado set out to...

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Surf, Sun and Street Art: This Artweek.LA (June 17, 2013)

(0) Comments | Posted June 18, 2013 | 4:14 PM


R. Nelson Parrish: streetseasky | Rendering a kinetic impression of the Southern Californian landscape, Parrish visually distills the iconic elements of surf, sun, and highway through glass-like resin, wall mounted objects.

Ultimately seeking the inter-connectedness of body and landscape, R. Nelson Parrish uses...

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The Opposites of Art: This Artweek.LA (June 10, 2013)

(0) Comments | Posted June 12, 2013 | 6:23 PM


Dion Johnson: Vivid Slipstream | A new body of work of dynamic opposites; of expansiveness and compression, darkness and light.

In the tradition of Karl Benjamin and Lorser Feitelson, and their interest in the environment and landscape, Johnson uses color to evoke the...

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Be(e) Here Now: This Artweek.LA (June 3, 2013)

(0) Comments | Posted June 5, 2013 | 5:08 PM


Antonia Wright: Be | The sad, strange, beautiful vulnerability and, at times, painful faces of the human condition are all considerations in the work of Miami-based artist Antonia Wright. Wright explores the various politics and comic facets of human experience through a multifarious, process-oriented...

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