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Gathering of the Faithful: In Search of Goddesses and Gods at Lisa Derrick Fine Arts and Coagula Curatorial
The large two-gallery exhibit Goddesses and Gods, opened last Saturday night at Lisa Derrick Fine Arts and Coagula Curatorial on Chung King Road in Chinatown. Guests were invited to dress in costume as their favorite goddess or god…and a few were up … Continue reading
Marilyn Monroe Missing Moments Exhibit Opens to Much Pomp, Circumstance and Festivity at the Hollywood Museum!
“If you’re gonna be two-faced, at least make one of them pretty.” “I’m selfish, impatient and a little insecure. I make mistakes, I am out of control and at times hard to handle. But if you can’t handle me at … Continue reading
Jamie Hince of The Kills fame has been a champion of analogue film since well before he and bandmate Alison Mosshart made themselves a house-hold name amongst the in-crowd. Early self-produced photographs and art of The Kills depict them armed … Continue reading
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
Subliminal Projects Gallery in Echo Park presents Eve beginning Saturday, July 23rd through August 20th. The exhibition features works by revolutionary female artists from the 1970s to the present in a tribute to equality. Interpretations of femininity are explored by … Continue reading