Category Archives: Art

Get Your Tickets for 29Rooms NOW! Go! Git!

Remember The Ice Cream Museum? How about Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors? Exactly. Tickets to cool stuff in this town sell out fast. So get over to Eventbrite and get your tickets now. 29Rooms will run for four full days and nights … Continue reading

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Arts Brookfield hosts art installation PARK PEOPLE by Nathan Sawaya

If you find yourself in DTLA during the next week, be sure to swing by the Wells Fargo Center to see the interactive sculptural installation PARK PEOPLE by artist Nathan Sawaya, currently making the rounds among various US cities. PARK … Continue reading

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Photo Essay: Sid and Marty Krofft’s Supershow

Last Saturday night, La La Land Gallery hosted an artists reception for “Sid and Marty Krofft’s Supershow,” with art curated by Kii Arens and inspired by the kooky and colorful world of Sid and Marty Krofft. Participating artists included Chris Shary, … Continue reading

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Meet Sid and Marty Krofft at the La La Gallery Krofft Super Art Show Saturday!

Was your first childhood crush Jimmy from H.R. Pufnstuf? Did you have nightmares about the Sleestak? Will you ever get the theme from the Banana Splits show out of your head now that I have mentioned it? If you answered … Continue reading

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Eclipse Man Heralds in The Total Solar Eclipse Monday

The upcoming Solar Eclipse will be visible in Los Angeles on Monday, but the biggest buzz is along the path of totality, that area where it becomes a total solar eclipse and the sun disappears completely, only showing the faint … Continue reading

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Annenberg Space for Photography Presents: Cuba Is

Saturday, September 9th, Annenberg Space for Photography will open “Cuba Is,” a “photography exhibition that goes beyond the folklore and offers new insight into Cuba’s current reality.” At this time in history, when Cuba is opening up once again to Americans, … Continue reading

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American Horror Story at The Paley Center

The Paley Center in Beverly Hills is presenting a free exhibit, “American Horror Story: The Style of Scare” through August 13th. The exhibit, featuring the work of writer-director-producer Ryan Murphy and award-winning costume designer Lou Eyrichis encompasses nearly 4000 square … Continue reading

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Raymond Pettibon: Punk Rock Geeeeeenius

For some reason I imagine Wile E. Coyote saying the name of this film. stretching out the “E” dramatically. The first in the series, “The Art of Punk” by the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCAtv), it features interviews with Keith … Continue reading

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Art Installation ‘Animal Soul’ at DTLA’s FIGat7th & Wells Fargo Center

Once again (remember the DTLA Bunnies?), Arts Brookfield brings us crazy blow up art in the form of latex balloon creatures by artist Jason Hackenwerth. Marvel at three large-scale, internally lit, inflated sculptures at FIGat7th & Wells Fargo Center, ending tomorrow, July … Continue reading

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Movie Review: “The Incomparable Rose Hartman”

Opening this Friday at the Laemmle Monica Film Center is “The Incomparable Rose Hartman,” a short documentary about the notorious NYC fashion/celebrity photographer. Directed by Øtis Mass, who is yelled at several times on camera by his feisty subject, the film is a humorous … Continue reading

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