Genevieve Day, Director of Kayne Griffin Corcoran. Photo by EMS.
On Tuesday, May 27, 2014 I had the great opportunity to film "Surface to Air: Los...
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Jack Brogan is a fabricator. He creates art objects, with an expertise in a wide range of materials. His influence and his fingerprints are indelible to California art history.
From Larry Bell's striped pants to Ed Kienholz's devilishly combed eyebrows, they created a scene. Knowing these artists as contemporaries, the author serves up a delicious living past.
HuffPost Arts' Haiku Reviews is a biweekly feature where invited critics review exhibitions and performances in short form. Some will be in the tradit...
Ulysses Jenkins' Black Gold Fever, a multi-media performance ritual utilizing video projections, dance, music and spoken word, is a reinvention of Columbus Day: a doggerel, which was originally performed at LACE in 1980.
"Pacific Standard Time: Art in L.A. 1945-1980" makes the case for the many ways in which Los Angeles has been a partner, catalyst and home to a unique, prolific and influential artistic vision.
I remember reading about this "materials magician" on LACMA's blog a year ago in a post about Jack Brogan's custom paint job of Michael Govan's 1989 BMW 325is.
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