Ai Weiwei is scheduled to do to three shows in Los Angeles in September/October firstly he is taking over Jeffrey Deitch’s new Hollywood gallery for its inaugural show, opening Sept 29th then he has a show at the Marciano Art Foundation, opening Sept 28th and finally starting Oct 4th he will be showing a marble sculpture at the new UTA Artist Space in Beverly Hills.
A range of alternative galleries have sprung up in the city, creating micro-museums that offer unique experiences not found in ‘white-walled galleries’
The Los Angeles Department of Transportation has recruited artist Alan Nakagawa to reduce traffic deaths.
The 78-year-old British artist is back in Los Angeles with an exhibit that explores the intersection of art and technology, but he says his fast-and-loose days are behind him: ‘I don’t go out much anymore because I’m too deaf, really’
High up in the Hollywood Hills, an Englishman is grappling with his demons. After nearly a decade in Bridlington, David Hockney has moved back to Los Angeles, following the tragic death of his young assistant Dominic Elliott.
This is the first solo exhibition by Los Angeles-based artist John Divola, in the U.K. so you must go and visit it as soon as you can it closes in early January.
Jonathan Horowitz, “Your Land/My Land: Election ’12.” Courtesy the artist and Gavin Brown’s enterprise. Photo: Thomas Mueller The New Museum… Read More
This past weekend the Merrry Karnowsky gallery (one of the more established galleries for the so called “Low Brow Art”… Read More
Daniel Danger “They Will Take It Back” at Gallery1988:Los Angeles Art Opening Thursday August 5th 2010
August 5 – 27, 2010 “They Will Take It Back,” is a solo exhibit from artist Daniel Danger. This show,… Read More
GO SEE: Dennis Hopper Double Standard at The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles Through to September 26th 2010
Hopper’s artistic output and feature more than 200 works spanning his prolific 60-year career in a range of media………..
Produced in collaboration with Los Angeles Thinkspace Gallery, and showcasing a comprehensive selection of forty-five of the most exciting and talented individuals working within this movement, ‘The Next Generation’ brings new international talent to the doorstep of London’s Contemporary art community.
Image:The cast of Bravo Networks new reality competition series ‘Work of Art: The Next Great Artist’ is shown. REUTERS/Bravo. A… Read More
Image:TiO2, C34H22Cl2N4O2, C18H32O2, C10H16, C20H30O2, AgX, 2010 oil on linen 28 x 38.35 inches Mark Moore Gallery hosts Ben Weiner’s… Read More
Continuing its string of excellent exhibitions, Los Angeles-based Known Gallery presents a dual showing this month with openings by Pose… Read More
(Pic from current exhibition:”Before the Revolution” by Gusmano Cesaretti) Crewest 8th Year Anniversary Celebration Special Live Performance by: SEW SEW… Read More
MOCA’s children’s book. Photo: Courtesy MOCA. The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles (MOCA), announces the publication of a new… Read More
From the streets of Iran Opening reception from September 10th to September 26th. From the Streets of Iran, Works on… Read More