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Painful as Hell and Irresistible Still
Art Critic, KCRW 89.9 FM
In this exhibition, Kota Ezawa shows an animated film as well as a series of light boxes, each of them displaying a deliberately stylized recreation of the stolen work. A quarter of a century later, the mystery of what happened to the works remains unsolved.
The L.A. Art Show, Dark Progressivism: Metropolis Rising
Rodrigo Ribera D'Ebre
Today we are experiencing a cultural revolution and although in prior rushes we had an influx of migrants that contributed to its development, this one is internal and champions the native as the major benefactor.
Of Shoes, Awards, Patrons, and Fracture Fairies
Founder and director, InsideOut Literary Arts Project
As I go through my recuperation, I find myself collecting the stories of friends who have been beset by the evil fracture fairy. Apparently this is a not uncommon rite of passage for those of us of a certain age.
San Francisco Silent Film Festival Debut's
Pop Culture Archaeologist / Arts Journalist
This Saturday's San Francisco Silent Film Festival is a mixed bag. And that's perfectly okay, because the event's eclectic programming makes for a good point.
Classics in HD -- Film School 101 at Symphony Space
Under the expert curatorial guidance of Ed Budz, the Thalia theater at Symphony Space is offering a remarkable cinematic series this summer. Appropriately if prosaically titled Classics in HD, it includes some of the most memorable films in 20th century film history.
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