CACtTUS, an Avant-garde Haven for Long Beach Artists

CACtTUS, An Avant-garde Haven for Long Beach Artists By Sydney Walters   Although Long Beach, California is teeming with artists, there are relatively few venues to showcase artwork. With only two art museums and a handful of niche art galleries, coffee shops, cafes and bars are more often than not the creative platform for local…

Susan Joseph: A Tribute

Susan Joseph: A Tribute By Betty Ann Brown   Susan Joseph is both a talented visual artist and a gifted gallerist.  It’s rare to find one or the other–but finding both in one person is truly extraordinary. Remarkably accomplished in both endeavors, Joseph is, if not unique, then certainly a rare and precious member of…

Art is a ‘Human Condition’

Art is a Human Condition By Genie Davis Through November 30th    Over 200 works of art stand in as patient, physician, and hospital staff surrogates at what once was the Los Angeles Metropolitan Medical Center in West Adams. Encompassing an enormous 40,000 square foot exhibition area taking up three floors of the former hospital,…

Doug Edge’s “Dear Mr. Edge” at C. Nichols Project

Doug Edge | Dear Mr. Edge Review by Shana Nys Dambrot C. Nichols Project through November 23rd Doug Edge is a polymath whose pioneering and frequently hilarious application of space age materials to a classical vision of painting, and the vectors of art historical painting and sculpture to the elevation of post-industrial mediums, have made…