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Spring Clearance Time at Lethal Amounts!

Last weekend Danny Fuentes’ Lethal Amounts fans flocked to his gallery for a special clearance sale as he gets ready to bring some new designs to his six-year old punk/goth/industrial counter culture art space. Could you believe cool tee-shirts and … Continue reading

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Nude Art LA’s Spring Event: What Did that Look Like?!

Nude Art LA opened in its new location at The Cooper Design Space after its initial run at Art Share LA in September of last year. There was a VIP opening night followed by two more Nude experiences, both offered … Continue reading

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Harold Fox and Lonesome Town

You have probably spotted a piece of abandoned furniture, a chair, a couch, a TV, with a sad cartoon face and sometimes a party hat. These Sad Clown Public Installations are part of a project known as Lonesome Town. Last weekend, the … Continue reading

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Random LA: The Blab Show at Copro Gallery

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Nude Art LA: Exploring the Nude!

It’s time to take it off, I mean, all off! Nude Art LA (NALA) is exploring nudity and “The Nude,” not only in form, but in performance in their second exhibition to be held at Art Share LA in downtown … Continue reading

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Movie Review: Madeline’s Madeline: A Surrealist Expressionist Coming of Age Drama

Madeline’s Madeline is part of the independent film movement that embraces surrealism, symbolism and expressionism as a way to tell a story. There is a ‘don’t look away’ visceral sense memory sensibility driving this uniques film. The cinematography is very much a … Continue reading

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We Stole the Fire: Think Tank Gallery x El Silencio Mezcal Partner for Molotov Cocktail

Starting Saturday, August 4, 2018,  from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. on RCNSTRCT Studio (7400 Melrose Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90046) you should expect an explosion of artistic expression with “We Stole the Fire” pop-up opening for a three-part immersive program that will … Continue reading

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Pasadena Artist Carves a Niche with ‘Ephemeral Paths’ at Alhambra City Hall

The City of Alhambra is currently featuring “Ephemeral Paths,” the work of Laura Henneforth, during the month of June in the spacious Alhambra City Hall lobby where they will host a reception this Wednesday, June 20th, 2018, 5-8 p.m., for … Continue reading

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Random LA: Taco Bell Gets Whitewashed

I came across this bizarre former Taco Bell in Van Nuys a few weeks ago. It was most recently the home of Queen’s Char Burgers, which had been painted blue and white and recently re-opened at 6348 Van Nuys Blvd., … Continue reading

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Movie Review: Tales of the American with an Exclusive Interview with Girl George

The documentary film, Tales of the American, to put it simply, is an onion. It peels away years of cultural debris, exposing the history of a century-old hotel originally called The Canadian and built for African-Americans by architect Octavius Morgan. Over … Continue reading

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