Once upon a time -- a long time ago -- photographers looked at the world directly through their cameras, clicked the shutter and, voilà, the image wa...
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For Berenson, the greatest artists are always "space composers." What space could be more expansive than infinite deep outer space -- the perspective from which Albuquerque views life on earth?
Today, I want to talk about a few artists whose art made me stare, think, and wonder. I'm talking about artists whom I got the chance to meet in the last couple of weeks and ask some questions.
Art patrons scramble trying to figure out which exhibition will have the best opening and art party. Yes, there are a few galleries that choose a later date to celebrate the opening of the next exhibition, but most have not strayed from this ritual.
There is a special reward for me, as an art critic, doing these weekly Art Talks, and it is getting your responses --whether you agree or disagree wit...
In the last few years, a number of major Los Angeles art galleries relocated to new, larger and more ambitiously designed spaces. A couple of weeks ag...
(Artist Mark Ryden in front of his truly movable art feast, "Memory Lane." Image courtesy of Kohn Gallery/Getty Images/Stefanie Keenan)
It may ha...
The art world focuses once again on New York as the Armory Show and its satellite fairs open this week.
For a long time, Los Angeles has been sort of the Cinderella (think poor, but beautiful stepchild) of the art world.
Camille Rose's new watercolor series is a visual narrative that recalls Disney's eponymous heroine, while also remaining true to the Brothers Grimm.
Metropolis II is a complex kinetic sculpture by Chris Burden, modeled after a fast-paced, frenetic modern city.
For you artsy Angelenos who are already planning out the best Pacific Standard Time gallery visits -- we've got a treat for you.
What: Joe Goode's ...
Re-imagining our world as a series of graphic icons, artist Ryan McGinness layers and collages these images using both digital techniques and more traditional crafts like silk screening and painting.
MOCA members are invited to the opening of Art in the Streets, the first major U.S. museum survey of the history of graffiti and street art on Saturday. It will open to the public April 17.
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