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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 Artists Propose Solutions to Human Trafficking Through Art: This Artweek.LA (April 20, 2015)

(3) Comments | Posted April 21, 2015 | 3:29 PM


Hidden in Plain Site features creative referendums developed by a team of concerned artists determined to raise awareness of and help thwart human trafficking. Opening reception April 26 at Angels Gate State Park, San Pedro.

Debating Through the Arts presents Hidden in Plain...

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The Nature of Art: This Artweek.LA (April 13, 2015)

(0) Comments | Posted April 14, 2015 | 2:26 PM


Magic and Realism | The pairing of work by photographers Bill Leigh Brewer and Osceola Refetoff -- contemporaries working independently -- explores photography's paradoxical capacity to simultaneously document and interpret the world around us, to elicit fresh details and construct new experiences and...

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Art's Seductive Veil of Beauty: This Artweek. LA (January 26, 2015)

(0) Comments | Posted January 29, 2015 | 1:51 PM


Jim Morphesis: Wounds of Existence | Curated by Peter Selz, Ph.D., this exhibition examines an impressive oeuvre of one of the most influential members of the Neo-Expressionist art movement in Los Angeles. Taking its title from what Friedrich Nietzsche called "The Eternal Wounds...

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Visions (and Sounds) of America: This Artweek.LA (November 3, 2014)

(0) Comments | Posted November 4, 2014 | 2:08 PM


Amériques | The Los Angeles Philharmonic launches in/SIGHT, a groundbreaking multimedia series, with Edgard Varèse's Amériques led by Esa-Pekka Salonen, with video installation by Refik Anadol.

in/SIGHT is the LA Phil's new series of concerts with video -- a program that embodies...

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Goodwill Art Hunting: This Artweek.LA (October 20, 2014)

(0) Comments | Posted October 23, 2014 | 4:22 PM


Tova Celine: Ye Olde Thrifte Shoppe | This show features thrift-store paintings from the extensive collection of Tova Celine, a Los Angeles-based clothing designer who has been haunting thrift stores, yard sales and flea markets for 35 years.

The emphasis of the...

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Reach Back and Get It: This Artweek.LA (September 29, 2014)

(0) Comments | Posted September 29, 2014 | 2:37 PM


Mark Steven Greenfield: Lookin' Back in Front of Me | This marks the first time Greenfield's work can be viewed in the context of his artistic development through 40 years of his life in Los Angeles (1974-2014), displaying the full extent of his...

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Weekend at Berman's: This Artweek.LA (September 15, 2014)

(0) Comments | Posted September 16, 2014 | 2:09 PM


The 35 Year Anniversary Show | In Fall 2014, Robert Berman kicks off a four-month slate of rotating exhibitions and events, covering his 35 years of gallery exhibition history across seven locations -- including the inception and evolution of Bergamot Station as we...

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I Remember Trees: This Artweek.LA (September 1, 2014)

(0) Comments | Posted September 4, 2014 | 2:06 PM


Petrochemical America: Richard Misrach and Kate Orff | Petrochemical America represents a unique collaboration between photographer Richard Misrach and landscape architect Kate Orff.

The exhibition brings into focus the industrialized landscape of the Mississippi River Corridor that stretches from Baton Rouge to...

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There Will Be Art: This Artweek.LA (July 28, 2014)

(0) Comments | Posted July 31, 2014 | 12:22 PM


Heads Will Roll | A group show curated by Kelly Thompson and featuring artists Alice Bag, Diane Gamboa, Meg Madison, Shizu Saldamando, Lorraine Scognamillo, Kelly Thompson and Sashiko Yuen. These seven strong, talented artists are united in their passion for living a creative...

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Image Is Everything: This Artweek.LA (July 21, 2014)

(0) Comments | Posted July 23, 2014 | 6:58 PM


Murray Garrett: Hollywood Redux | This not to be missed exhibition features a selection of black and white photographs that include never before seen vintage silver gelatin prints from the artist's archive.

From the 1940s until he hung up his cameras in...

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Not the Usual Suspects 2: This Artweek.LA (July 14, 2014)

(0) Comments | Posted July 18, 2014 | 4:22 PM


Inside/Outside: Images of Los Angeles | Manny Silverman Gallery breaks from its Abstract Expressionist focus with "Not the Usual Suspects 2," featuring an exhibition of paintings by Jamie F. Adams and photographs by Todd Squires. Curated by Gallery Director, Linda Hooper, Inside/Outside: Images...

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Hockney Is App'd to Paint: This Artweek.LA (July 7, 2014)

(0) Comments | Posted July 8, 2014 | 1:37 PM

The Arrival of Spring in Woldgate, East Yorkshire in 2011 (twenty eleven) - 30 May, iPad drawing printed on four sheets of paper, mounted on four sheets of Dibond, 96 x 72 in. (244 x 183 cm) framed, Edition of...

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The Way We See: This Artweek.LA (May 26, 2014)

(0) Comments | Posted May 28, 2014 | 5:11 PM


Jacob Kaufman: Landscape Releasing | The exhibition takes as its premise Kaufman's meditations on, and close reading of Toshio Shibata's photograph, Grand Coulee Dam, Douglas County, WA, 1996. The result is a series of paintings that navigates a visual territory between abstraction and...

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Art's New Centurion: This Artweek.LA (May 12, 2014)

(0) Comments | Posted May 14, 2014 | 2:13 PM


Rose Cabat: 100 Years | Rose Cabat (b. 1914) is one of the United States' most reclusive ceramists, and certainly one of the oldest of the few well-known mid-20th century ceramists still alive and producing today. Cabat has spent the better part of...

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Kohn Gallery Goes Hollywood: This Artweek.LA (April 28, 2014)

(0) Comments | Posted April 29, 2014 | 3:53 PM


Mark Ryden: The Gay 90s - West | Kohn Gallery announces the inaugural exhibition of its new, expansive 12,000-square foot space with new work by Los Angeles-based, Pop-Surrealist artist Mark Ryden. Ryden underscores his aesthetic forays into cultural kitsch through his exploration of...

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A New Fair for the Underexposed: This Artweek.LA (April 21, 2014)

(0) Comments | Posted April 25, 2014 | 4:50 PM


PHOTO INDEPENDENT | The first and only high-visibility platform for independent photographers premieres this weekend. An artist-only fair, PHOTO INDEPENDENT is a forum for direct exchange of ideas and contact between photographic artists, collectors and art professionals. The inaugural edition of the art...

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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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World War II Vet, 89, Tutors Students In Math

(4) Comments | Posted December 26, 2013 | 10:33 AM

Bernard Frank had plenty of reasons to kick back and relax when he retired almost 14 years ago.

He had been second-in-command of a small fighting boat in the Pacific during World War II; he had earned a degree in industrial engineering from Ohio State University; and he had taken...

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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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