Paris Photo is back in Hancock Park for a second year with the opening today of the 2nd annual Paris Photo-Los Angeles on the Paramount [more…]
If you haven’t been to LACMA lately, March is the time to make it happen before the James Turrell exhibit closes April 3rd, and while [more…]
The Art Salon Marcie Bronkar is featuring art work from the the Pretty Vacant exhibit, currently closing in Westwood, with the opening of the [more…]
October presents the perfect time to venture out to discover your City…maybe catch dinner at a restaurant you’ve been wanting to try, while experiencing a different part of town. Whatever you decide…there’s a lot of art to experience this month! Do make some time for it…
The new Resnick Pavilion at LACMA is well worth a visit these days. In addition to seeing the powerful James Turrell exhibit (more on that [more…]
Having an active art gallery has long been a dream for many Larchmontians, so the fact that Marcie Bronkar has turned her space at 128 [more…]
For Your Art, a splendid little arts house operating out of a small storefront at 6020 Wilshire, is hosting a reception for conceptual artist John [more…]
The face of Larchmont Boulevard continues to change as two galleries open to bring our small-town business district something that has been sorely missing: ART.
Over the past few months, Keller Williams’ Larchmont Village Office has been undergoing a make-over! On Saturday, April 20th Keller Williams is holding an Art Show – which just happens to be a great excuse to invite you to see the new digs.
A large lot in Paramount Pictures Studios at Melrose and Windsor will become a vast art fair on the weekend of April 26-28, 2013, brought [more…]
Join curator Liz Gordon at the Loft at Liz’s for a conversation with featured artists as they share works from DEPTH OF FIELD tonight, Tuesday March [more…]
Walk along 6th St downtown these days and you may find yourself immersed in a forty foot panoramic B&W mural created by Windsor Square artist [more…]
February at LACMA is jam-packed with great exhibitions and events…[read more.]
The Craft and Folk Art Museum on Wilshire Blvd. has an unlikely exhibit appearing on the 2nd floor – a history of ink on skin – the tatttoo as art form.
The Miracle Mile Art Walk is a FREE self-guided art-tour spanning approximately 10 square miles including more than 50 galleries, artist, print and photography studios; blue chip to low-brow; and everything in between. It take place today, Saturday October 6th from 2p-10p – and is not to be missed!
The TarFest Music and Art Festival takes place this Saturday and features a free concert at the La Brea Tar Pits Park. Featured bands include some hot alternative groups – Blondfire, Helena, Soft Swells, So Many Wizards, The Steelwells and The Makepeace Brothers. [Read more…]
Television personality and Clinical Psychologist Dr. Michelle Golland has opened the Loft@Larchmont to create a healing and wellness center that will showcase artwork and wellness programs for the Larchmont Village community…[Read more.]
Iconic print and street artist Shepard Fairey has teamed up with legendary songwriter Neil Young to reinterpret some of America’s most classic folk music – think This Land is Your Land and Oh Susannah – and it’s all being showcased for the first time just up the street from Hancock Park…[Read more.]
If you’re looking for something wacky and worldly in the realm of art, check out the first lecture by the recently created and pseudo-scholarly Fontbron Academy located just down Wilshire Blvd…[Read more.]
Levitated Mass: And then it struck me…what an inspiring piece of art! A grand vision, perfectly executed and beautifully pulling in doubters like myself along the way. [See pictures…]