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 June 13th Pasadena ART SHOW 2018 Laemmle Playhouse 7 673 E Colorado Blvd, Pasadena, California 91101 Opening June 13th 7-9pm For more information June 14th Artists’ Resistance opening reception Angel City Brewery 216 Alameda St, Los Angeles, California 90012 Opening June 14th 7-9pm…

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 May 30th The Photographer’s Art The Six – Calabasas 23536 Calabasas Rd, Calabasas, California 91302 Opening May 30th 7-10pm For more information June 1st Art at The Rendon // Hidden Rooms – VIP Party Art at the Rendon 2055 E. 7th St., Los…

Six Artists Define Success

Why am I Doing This Again? Six Artists Define Success By Sydney Walters Every day an artist chooses to renegotiate societal structures in order to make their creative habit a profession. Because this kind of exercise drastically differs from the reliability of structured professions which grant dependable income, artists must also calibrate what it means…

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 May 11th Affinity and Distance-Chas Schroeder & David D. Sutherland Chimento Contemporary 622 S Anderson St, Spc 105, Los Angeles, California 90023 Opening May 11, 5-8pm For more information Art Float – Riverside May 11 – June 1 Fairmount Park (Riverside, California) 2601…

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 May 2nd Artist & Researcher 2 Hoyt Gallery 1975 Zonal Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90033 Opening May 2, 5-8pm For more information May 3rd This is Not Halfway American Jewish University – College of Arts & Sciences 15600 Mulholland Dr, Los Angeles, California…

Jen Stark, Tunnel Vision

Jen Stark Reveals Her Tunnel Vision By Genie Davis. Jen Stark has brought a unique kind of Tunnel Vision to Santa Monica’s Triangle Square. Within a series of ten rings, Stark’s sculpture changes color gradients based on where the viewer observes the work. The outdoor installation uses repeating rings to reveal polychromatic and monochromatic visuals.…