January 1 through 1, 1970
Santa Monica | Venice
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March 29 through April 26, 2015
Last Chance - March 21 through May 2, 2015
Mark A. Rodriguez will be hanging vinyl tarps with American cityscapes painted on them in Emma Gray's Five Car Garage. He'll also be showing lamp sculptures and repurposed memorabilia as part of his "seemingly mass-manufactured tableau."
Last Chance - March 28 through May 2, 2015
The title of this show, "Trio," is the same as the title of the 1987 album of music by Dolly Parton, Emmylou Harris, and Linda Ronstadt. They all "maintain harmony while preserving their unique and individual voices," which seems to be what artists Kathleen Johnson, Laura London, and Lisa Rosel are also setting out to do.
March 21 through May 9, 2015
Carol Es went on a ten day "exodus" to Joshua Tree National Park. She spent time in "deep meditation and study," kept a journal, and then made paintings in response to her experience. Called the "Abstracted Desert Landscapes," the paintings are part fantastical, part observational. Sometimes an animal crossing sand looks like a robot.
With the art market on a seemingly out-of-control upward spiral, the idea of collecting art may seem unrealistic for all but a select few. Santa Monica-based gallerist Emma Gray is aiming to change that with her second annual 5 Car Garage Sale. Gray founded her gallery, 5 Car Garage – literally a converted garage […]
Daniel Rolnik, who calls himself “The World’s Most Adorable Art Critic,” will open his eponymous gallery in Santa Monica on Sept. 18 with its inaugural exhibition, Smile Isle. In addition to contributing to dozens of publications, the 25-year old impresario co-owns Intellectual Property Prints, runs Youtube channel For the Funk of It, and writes […]
Here are our picks for the best art shows in Southern California this week! Subscribe to our newsletter if you’d like to get this list piping hot and early in your mailbox. 1. Michel Auder and Józef Robakowski: Street Life October 11 – December 18, 2014 Opening: October 10, 2014 | 7–10 pm Fahrenheit […]
It used to be that the moneyed classes would dispense their endowments with scant input from the hoi polloi. The latest trend in philanthropy, however, is asking the public to vote on who is most deserving from amongst a group of competing applicants. First there was the Hammer Museum’s $25,000 Public Recognition Award, which […]