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…

Edgar Arceneaux’s Until, Until, Until… At Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects

Edgar Arceneaux’s Until, Until, Until…  At Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects By Sydney Walters Through July 1st   In his seventh solo show with Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects, Edgar Arceneaux’s show Until, Until, Until… recontexualizes black history and pieces together a narrative that gives voice and light to whitewashed media that has viciously misinformed…

A Painter and a Performance Artist walk into a Bar…

A Painter and a Performance Artist walk into a Bar… A Collaboration between Virginia Broersma and Natalie Mik Grab Bag Studio, Long Beach, CA By Amy Kaeser Through June 25th   Starting something new is always exciting and nerve-racking at the same time, especially when you make that experiment public. The exhibition, “A Painter and…

Book Club: Going Native at Durden and Ray

Book Club: Going Native at Durden and Ray By Sydney Walters Through May 28th   For Durden and Ray’s latest show, Book Club: Going Native, curator Stephen Wolkoff assembled artists he knew could take a bizarre novel and produce experimental and innovative art. He asked a bartender, a hair stylist, an architect and a composer…

Guerrilla Girls Part 2: Heroes of the Past and Present

Guerrilla Girls Part 2: Heroes of the Past and Present, An Interview with the Guerrilla Girls By Jacqueline Bell Johnson   In conjunction with their exhibition Not Ready to Make Nice: Guerrilla Girls in the Art World & Beyond, at California State University San Bernardino, the Guerrilla Girls gave a talk on campus.  The talk presented…