Tami Bahat, "Feline", Revising Humanity: Secrets and Lifetimes, Building Bridges Art Exchange; Image courtesy of the artist

Tami Bahat at Building Bridges Art Exchange

Lush, Painterly Photographs from Tami Bahat Closing Reception February 17th, 6pm – 9pm Building Bridges Art Exchange, Santa Monica By Genie Davis With “Revising Humanity: Secrets and Lifetimes”, photographer Tami Bahat creates astonishing painterly works that are rich and lustrous, works that echo Renaissance-style artworks and form images that haunt and glow. Bahat unassumingly says…

What’s Hot in L.A.? Art Events You Should Check Out

What’s Hot in L.A.? Art Events You Should Check Out UPCOMING OPENINGS February 17th Alchemy or Chemistry Group Exhibition Opening TribalCafe EchoPark 1651 W Temple St, Los Angeles, California 90026 Opening February 17 4-630pm For more information Dani Dodge: Then/Now at Shoebox Projects Shoebox Projects 660 South Avenue 21 #3, Los Angeles, California 90031 February…

Gifts of the Body, New Work by Kristine Schomaker

Gifts of the Body, New Work by Kristine Schomaker through March 18th Ark Arts, Altadena “Fat-bashing in all its varied forms–criticism, exclusion, shaming, fat talk, self-deprecation, jokes, gossip, bullying–is one of the last acceptable forms of prejudice. From a very young age, before they can walk away or defend themselves, women are taught that they…

StART Up Art Fair 2018

StART Up Art Fair 2018 The Kinney, Venice   By Genie Davis This year’s iteration of the StART Up Art Fair, it’s third in LA, moved from Hollywood to Venice. Fifty-two rooms on the second and third floor of the remodeled sleek motel, The Kinney, served as ersatz galleries for a wide range of artists.…

Sacrificial Lamb at Lethal Amounts Gallery

Fun with Taxidermy in Sacrificial Lamb through Feb 8 Lethal Amounts Gallery, Los Angeles   By Jennifer Susan Jones In late-nineteenth-century England, Montagu Browne had a section of his book, Practical Taxidermy, entirely devoted to “mirth-provoking characters” – animals presented anthropomorphically, such as crows playing the violin, squirrels as Romeo, and frogs doing all sorts…