Lisa Katayama over at TokyoMango lives in SF, so she actually got to see the movie on Thursday. But all we Angelenos get is the short trailer, above, which gives only a brief sensation of Kusama’s awesome, tunnel visioned, obliterating ego in action. Amazon lists the DVD as being released on October 27 [...]
Get enough art last week? I thought not.
Friday, September 18
Turning Gate and Tale of Cinema @ LACMA. Support film at LACMA by seeing movies. LACMA continues their Hong Sang-soo series with with two more Korean flicks at 7:30 & 9:40, respectively. Tickets ar $10.
Saturday, September 19
Eric Johnson @ William [...]
Just took the keys, but it needs a paint job and a sponge bath. It’s kind of like an old timey detective’s office, and it has a crazy amount of windows and lights. Oh, and it came with an awesome black globe. I’m at The Loft in San Pedro now, so I’ll probably [...]
Via The OC Art Blog. I got to know Jerry when we exhibited the artists of The Legacy Project as the Ghosts of El Toro exhibition at Angels Gate, back in 2005. Jerry was very much at the center of the group’s energy, an incredibly smart and thoughtful fellow who as an educator [...]
Christopher Knight over at Culture Monster has the full scoop on the execution of Nauman’s little fluffy clouds, ending in the above video by Arnold Foerster, which is too cool. I saw the same kind of skywriting last week at the LA County Fair, but it was advertising Melrose Place. I prefer Nauman.
The “real” opening is this coming Saturday, September 19, but William Turner Gallery opened on the 12th to take part of the whole start of the season business, and also to host THE Magazine’s 1st Anniversary party. That’s THE Magazine Publisher, Bill Bush, at the far left of the above photo, taking a [...]
It’s that time again, when every gallery opening is happening on the same damn night, and you either hop or camp out. Be prepared to fight traffic and possibly over-schmooze (while maybe seeing some art).
Friday, September 11
Kim Schoenstadt & Rita McBride, Tell Me Something Good @ Santa Monica Museum of Art. [...]
Yesterday we delivered the work for Eric’s upcoming show at William Turner Gallery at Bergamot Station. I hadn’t really met Bill Turner or his staff before, and what a bunch of friendly, easygoing folks that are working there. Today we install. Good times. That piece up top is a galactic fever dream of [...]
Jason Kunke’s Model Bunker, 1:2.5 Scale. Just a little taste of the amazing show that we have opening up tomorrow at Angels Gate. Reception is 2-4 PM, come join us!
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If you’re not on or dodging fire or at Burning Man (dude!), there are things to do in the next several days…
Wednesday, September 2
Macha Suzuki: Death and Rebirth @ Cypress College Art Gallery. New installation in the Project Room by Macha, curated by Devon Tsuno. Also opening tonight is ONA 2×2, [...]