January 1 through 1, 1970
April 13 through July 27, 2014
Peter Sarkisian makes video sculpture, sometimes projecting footage on all sides of a cube or putting a screen inside the window of a sculpted car. His dad, Paul Sarkisian, makes photo-realistic paintings that look like collages (for instance, his subject might be pieces of colored paper and postcards arranged around each other). The two of them actually have pretty different sensibilities, so it will be interesting to see what they look like together.
Artadia: The Fund for Art and Dialogue is accepting applications from all visual artists living and working in Los Angeles County, but hurry! Applications must be submitted online by September 30, 11:59 PM (PST). Individual artists and collaboratives at any point in their careers could win from $5000 to $15,000 in unrestricted payola, to be […]
The California-Pacific Triennial opened a couple of weeks ago at The Orange County Museum of Art. The ambitious exhibition, which runs through November 17th, is the debut of a new format that used to be the California Biennial and has morphed to include 15 artists from countries that border the Pacific Ocean. The premise that […]
I don’t know how it will play in Texas when it comes to the Nasher Sculpture Center in February 2013, but Ken Price’s magnificent exhibition at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art is so thoroughly suffused with the bittersweet aura of a memorial that it’s impossible not to be thrilled by the joy that […]
This is an essay about learning Photoshop. Kruger, “Your comfort is my silence’ 1991 I have to learn it for a class. I am in graduate school, see. I still have a hard time believing this. I’m in this multimedia experimental MA program in Specialized Journalism The Arts at the University of Southern California. I’ll […]