Journal and Works
Recent Photo Albums:
Forced From Home, an interactive exhibition presented by Doctors Without Borders, gives insight into the refugee experience.
1. THE SWERVE – How the World Became Modern by Stephen Greenblatt A wonderful book. See my...
LACMA. An appreciation. (First published May 14, 2015) The Los Angeles County Museum of Art is...
"Marxist Leninist Duplicisist" Letter to the editor, Pacific Grove Tribune, app. 1971....
The Immigrant Heart of LA - A two-day tour highlighting LA's immigrant museums
The Offices of Propaganda of the NATIONAL CONFEDERATION OF WORKERS and the ANARCHIST FEDERATION IBERIAN, in their fervent desire to show the world the epic moments of their REVOLUTION, have undertaken the publication of these scenes from the Spanish Revolution, a happening which has opened the doorway to a future of a greatness both spiritual and material.
"...he didn't believe in countries and the only borders he respected were the borders of...
Excellent conversation with Skirball curator Yael Lipschutz. Presented in association with the upcoming exhibition Ai Weiwei: Trace.
AI WEIWEI IN LOS ANGELES
- AI WEIWEI: LIFE CYCLE at the Marciano Art Foundation. September 28, 2018 – March 3, 2019. Admission is free, but access is limited. You must MAKE RESERVATIONS
- Ai Weiwei: Zodiac at the Jeffrey Deitch Los Angeles gallery September 29, 2018–January 5, 2019
- Ai Weiwei: CAO/HUMANITY at the UTA Artist Space October 1 – December 15, 2018
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Latin American and Latino Art in LA
September 2017 – January 2018
A collaborative enterprise by museums and galleries throughout Southern California
Eight Albums Covering 30+ Exhibits
Brilliant recap to PST LA/LA, tying together a number of exhibitions
LACMA tour led by Vincent Price Art Museum director Pete Galindo featuring murals by Willie Herron and discussion with the artist and a visit to Ramona Gardens to see and discuss murals by Herron, Judith Hernandez, the East Los Streetscrapers and more. Great murals; great discussion led by Pete. Read post.