January 1 through 1, 1970
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March 20 through July 27, 2015
A show that traveled here from MoMA, Sturtevant's "Double Trouble" features years of the "copies" the artist, who died last year, made of work by her peers. She copied Duchamp, Jasper Johns, Claes Oldenburg and Felix Gonzalez-Torres, but her copies are interpretive, never exact.
March 20 through August 16, 2015
Filmmaker Khalil Joseph made a long video to accompany Kendrick Lamar's new memoir-ish album last year, and it's a free-form, two-channel meditation on life in South L.A. It showed at the Underground Museum, and now it's at MOCA, in a smart-looking, all-black video gallery.
November 9, 2014 through September 13, 2015
About 600 contemporary folk artists from Central and South America, Mexico and Portugal made the 800 objects in this traveling show that's "a celebration of power and beauty."
For over a decade, pundits have been predicting the end of the brick and mortar bookstore, as big box behemoths like Borders and small independent shops alike have been laid low by online retailers. In the midst of this seemingly hostile climate, The Last Bookstore opened in a downtown LA loft in 2005, before moving to […]
The new Rosamund Felsen space, still under construction [photo by the author] After twenty years in Santa Monica, veteran gallerist Rosamund Felsen is packing up and heading east. An email statement sent by the gallery last week announced their plans to relocate to 1923 South Santa Fe Ave. next month. They will be sharing the […]
Artist Jeff Weiss doesn’t want you on his list. It’s not you; he’s just not interested in acquiring scores of followers, and couldn’t handle scores now anyway. As his list grows, so does the possibility that he may have to alter the format of Weisslink, the “nightly art / email mashup” that he’s sent out […]
Further evidence that the lines between the commercial and the curatorial continue to blur, a new gallery, Museum as Retail Space (MaRS), is set to open next month in Downtown Los Angeles. The connection between money and museums is nothing new, with collectors donating work and money to institutions and having wings named in […]