This week, two artists dance with hula-hoops, another uses graffiti to obscure paintings of high-heeled, made-up models and a third installs hairy bronze statues in WeHo. 5. Just say no In 1962, Judson Dance Theater started at the Judson Church in Greenwich Village. Programming was informal; wri ... More >>
Anyone who went to the Venice Beach Biennial this weekend just to see the "art world" artists would have been frustrated. At the Biennial, organized by curator Ali Subotnick to coincide with the Hammer's current "Made in L.A." exhibition, artists who frequent the sphere of M.F.A. programs, galleries ... More >>
A little girl in ballet slippers, a jean jacket and a tulle tutu began an art collection Tuesday night at Barney's Beanery. It was barter night there, and the room with the pool tables in it had been corded off and art works hung above each booth. The idea was that those who wanted the art would com ... More >>
Art to live for
15 L.A. artists in “Eden’s Edge”
“Western Edition” by Tony Feher at ACME and “Eden’s Edge: Fifteen L.A. Artists” at the Hammer Museum
Sister show puts sculpture on a pedestal
It's a sensation!