Category Archives: Photo Essays

Dennis Morris’ Bob Marley: Giant at Known Gallery

Running from March 29-April 12, 2014, Known Gallery in Los Angeles is hosting a special exhibition of 28 intimate portraits and live shots of Bob Marley in black and white and color taken by British photographer, Dennis Morris. The show … Continue reading

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All-Star Chef Classic Grill and Chill

At Saturday night’s “Grill and Chill,” All-Star Chef Classic co-founders and executive directors Krissy Lefebvre and Lucy Lean outdid themselves with a fun, laid-back barbeque and beer event. Presented by DineLA, the spacious tent maintained a club-like ambiance with a DJ spinning 80s and New Jack Swing … Continue reading

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The Power of Photography: National Geographic 125 Years at Annenberg Space for Photography Offers more than 125 Minutes worth of Brilliance!

In the heart of Los Angeles’ glamorous Century City where restaurants’ days of repose ironically comprise both Saturdays and Sundays, where majestic fountains dot overly-manicured lawns amidst alternately running Boulevards and where Los Angeles’ Twin Towers rub noses to form … Continue reading

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The Mating Album Covers Series Part 8

Once again, courtesy of those of those wacky and inspired collage artistes at the BCB Music Forum, Kath and Phenomenal Cat, we present for your visual delight a series of artworks that re-configure iconic imagery to create a world of … Continue reading

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Richard Corman: Madonna NYC 83 @LabArtGalleryLA

Madonna NYC 83 is now open to the public with the hours of 11 AM – 5 PM at LAB ART located at 217 South La Brea Ave, Los Angeles. For more information, please visit or on Facebook:  

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L.A. Chinese New Year’s Day Parade Celebrating the Year of the Horse: Gung Hay Fat Choy!

Gung Hay Fat Choy! 2014 is the Year of the Horse! I look forward to this every year for some years now. It’s a spectacle of color and offers a window into Chinese culture and aesthetics. It offers a break from the … Continue reading

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Meow, Meow, Wow!!! – CatArtShowLA Draws a Crowd

The line to get into the gallery started down Santa Monica Boulevard, up El Centro and even on to Lexington, but was worth the hour long wait. Seeing the pieces in person was so much a better of an experience … Continue reading

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Galerie Michael’s Dali: Provocateur Genius?

Salvador Dali’s name is nearly synonymous with surrealism. However, he was also highly influenced by classical artists such as Vermeer and Velasquez. Their influence was evident in the drawings, etchings and lithographs at Galerie Michael; there was even a collection … Continue reading

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It was 20 Years Ago Today: The Northridge Quake

On January 17, 1994 I suddenly awoke wrapped in a sheet standing in the doorjamb. I was kind of pleased that my survival instincts made sure I was safe and clothed before even bothering to wake me up. I didn’t … Continue reading

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Opening Party Coagula Curatorial: Two Johns and a Whore

Saturday night Lisa Derrick curated “Two Johns and a Whore” at Coagula Curatorial. Not only was the gallery packed, but Chung King Road was one big shoulder-to-shoulder party. The strict rules for alcohol consumption kept the crowd from getting out … Continue reading

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