Loving Vincent: Film Review

Loving Vincent: Film Review Opens in Los Angeles September 29, 2017  By Shana Nys Dambrot   Imagine a whole universe of people, places, and things made entirely from the paintings of Vincent van Gogh. Now imagine being immersed in that world, where an emotional story of a genius’ troubled life and tragic final days unravels…

Maiden LA: No Summer Doldrums  – August Art Happenings

Maiden LA: No Summer Doldrums  – August Art Happenings By Genie Davis   Co-organized by Salomeh Grace and Molly Schulman, Maiden LA is a rich, county-wide canvas of art events. Taking place in galleries, alternative spaces, and throughout the city itself, the vast panoply of art events is as inclusive as it is eclectic. There are…

Studio Visit: Jay Mark Johnson, The Shape of Time

  Studio Visit: Jay Mark Johnson, The Shape of Time By Gary Brewer   “Before the new technologies and ideas, time was a river in which human beings were immersed, moving steadily on the current, never faster than the speeds of nature…Photography appears on this scene as though someone had found a way to freeze…

Sabrina Gschwandtner’s “Hands at Work” at Shoshana Wayne Gallery

Sabrina Gschwandtner’s “Hands at Work” at Shoshana Wayne Gallery By Sydney Walters Through August 26th   This month, Shoshana Wayne Gallery presents “Hands at Work,” a solo show by multi-medium artist Sabrina Gschwandtner who literally dissects films to comment on the evolution of maker and renegotiates historic women’s craft as liberating rather than divisive. In…

COLA 20 at the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery

COLA 20 at the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery By H.C. Arnold Through July 2nd   Putting on a retrospective for 271 artists would be a daunting task for even the most seasoned curator. Managing the logistics of the installation while juggling the particulars of each work would be impossible. With COLA 20, on view…