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On display at L&M Arts, Los Angeles is an exhibition of artworks by American sculpter Alexander Calder, some never before seen by the public. The exhibition brings together over 40 indoor and outdoor works, including mobiles, stabiles and gouaches, that span from 1938 to 1975. Be sure to ...
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Documentary filmmaker and avid art collector, Morgan Spurlock recently made his curatorial debut at Thinkspace Gallery featuring 13 artists who single handedly changed the contemporary art world and their respected protégé in an exhibit entitled 'New Blood'."The concept of the show is ho ...
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You Try Waiving Muscular Suntanned Limbs Demanding Compassion! It’s A Bloody Disaster! (Everyone Hates Everyone)
Despite Greenberg's kown disdain for patriarchal constructs, 'Commentary & Dissent' is a tongue-in-cheek reference to Jill Greenberg's patrillineal history. Her husband's grandmother was the managing editor of 'Commentary' during its progressive days, and her father-in-law was a contributor to ' ...
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Peter Gronquist
There's still a few more days to catch Peter Gronquist's The Evolution Will Be Fabulous at Gallery 1988.  Expanding upon his themes of consumerism and war, Gronquist blings out Wildebeest, Buffalo, Kudo (and other exotic creatures) with gilded machinery and designer logos. These taxidermy sculpture ...
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Gosha Levochkin | Cluster Mess
Cluster Mess refers to Gosha’s approach to the urban landscape, something that has always intrigued him. His work often strives to capture the aging of a building through the effects of time or use, and how people live among the dense clutter of the city and make it work, while still maintaining a ...
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Rob Sato | The Open End
On display at Copro Gallery is Rob Sato’s second solo exhibit with the gallery entitled The Open End, which features a full body of work with large and small paintings, drawings as well as prints.  The exhibit displays Sato's intricately detailed imagery of a dystopian universe where no path o ...
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