Lina Lecaro Two heads (and exhibits) are always better than one. Wayne Martin Belger and his skull camera know it...
So expansive was the exhibit celebrating Billy Shire's legendary -- don't call it lowbrow! -- L.A. art gallery's 25th anniversary, it had to be split into two separate shows, o ... More >>
From comic book and hot rod culture to folk art and religious iconography to cartoons and retro pop imagery -- and let's not forget punk rock -- the "lowbrow" art movement has many inspirations. Billy Shire's La Luz De Jesus Gallery is widely recognized as a seminal hub for talents whose works fall ... More >>
EMEKEmek's typically detailed artwork for Erykah Badu
Not all of us are as audacious or as talented to only be known by one name, but there is an LA-born poster maker who gets away with being both. You may recognize EMEK's work from the LA Weekly's political art pages in 2004, but more likel ... More >>
Shepard Fairey's Johnny Ramone posterOn February 7, the same day Shepard Fairey was arrested in Boston on tagging charges, approximately 150 people lined up outside Bergamot Station's Robert Berman Gallery to nab limited edition Fairey posters. Hours after the show opened it was still difficult to ... More >>
Two words come to mind when I look back on this weekend -- soaking wet. But despite being battered by the rain and wind, L.A. Weekly still managed to get out of the house and take in the city. We went slipping and sliding through the mud for LA Tech Paintball, hung out with mythological creatures at ... More >>