Category Archives: Art

Offbeat L.A.: Cast Me in Your Next Film! Actor Dennis Woodruff, A Hollywood Legend and His Tricked Out Cars

Los Angeles has long had a reputation as a center for oddballs. The longstanding east coast joke about tipping the country and all the weirdos falling to the “Left Coast” is thankfully not entirely untrue. The weirdos are our blessings; … Continue reading

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Welcome to BritWeek in LA!

The Gabba Gallery held an opening ceremony for their BritWeek show titled “Royal Curation” last Saturday. Four rooms curated by different LA Art Stars. Jim Daichendt, Mat Gleason, Isabel Rojas-Williams, and Cindy Schwarzstein each curated. Britweek is a communal art event showcasing LA artists who … Continue reading

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Earth Day Colors: The World of Dion Neutra

The Neutra gallery hosted the closing party for the show entitled “Conversations in Color.” An explosion of oranges, blues, greens, and reds enveloped architect Richard Neutra’s former offices. The bright room was bright with Caribbean overtones. Although they work with lots of color, their individual styles … Continue reading

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2nd Annual Malibu Guitar Festival Presented by D’Angelico’s Guitars

This weekend starts early in Malibu for music and “guitar” fans! This year’s 2nd Annual Malibu Guitar Festival, presented by D ‘Angelico Guitars will be 4 days of guitar playing mayhem and magic starting Thursday, April 29th and running through Sunday, May … Continue reading

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Celebrate The Aquarium Of The Pacific’s 7th Annual Urban Ocean Festival With Style

The press was gathered for a special preview of the art, fashion and food that will be part of the 7th Annual Urban Ocean Festival starting Saturday of next week. Dr. Jerry Schubel, President of and CEO of Aquarium of the Pacific, … Continue reading

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Get Your Hip New Library Card Now!

The LA Public Library is issuing a new library card co-designed by Shepard Fairey and Cleon Peterson. It is a limited edition, so go turn in your old library card and exchange it for this modern classic. The card is available at any library … Continue reading

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The Best Seat In The House – Ethan Russell Exhibition Comes To Santa Monica

If you’re a lover of all things Rolling Stones, and you couldn’t make it over to London for the Exhibitionism event, fear not, fellow Stones fans. The Morrison Hotel Gallery is bringing you something equally special, and you need not … Continue reading

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Baseball has begun! And Skirball is here to help you celebrate.

As of this writing, the Los Angeles Dodgers have yet to lose a regular season baseball game in 2016, or in fact give up a single run. The way I see it, they’re well on their way to the first … Continue reading

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A Day at the Guns N’ Roses Museum

‘Twas the night after Guns N’ Roses and all through the Strip, Everywhere we looked the 80’s were hip We thought we’d take a look at the Tower Records installation, and to our surprise, no one was there except for us. it … Continue reading

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David Bowie Reboot at Taschen

Story and photos by Taquila Mockingbird & Kristen Addix, your rocking girls on the move. The girls decided to have a gallery day, so we dropped by the Taschen Gallery to see the post mortem David Bowie art show by … Continue reading

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