Railway Modeler Pulls into Bergamot Station

When something captures a child’s attention, he or she locks onto the subject and doesn’t let go. Visiting the Lois Lambert Gallery at Bergamot Station several weeks ago to see an exhibition titled “Sonny Wizelman – A Moment in Time,” I watched a young girl circle the room, mobile phone in hand, taking video of […]

Three Artists Interpret Los Angeles

The Los Angeles art scene is so vibrant that to get noticed artists often have to promote their own work. That’s exactly what Vivian Shih did when she reached out to inform Curating LA about The Land Around Us, a self-curated group show that features her work alongside that of Bijou Karman and Juliette Toma.

LA Art Book Fair 2017

Events that combine books and art always get my attention. I love both and write about them often on this blog. So it should come as no surprise that I’m really excited about the 2017 installment of the LA Art Book Fair (LAABF17). The LA based event and its counterpart, the NY Art Book Fair, showcase […]

The LA Art Show is Back

Now in its 22nd year, the LA Art Show is once again bringing its curatorial vision to downtown Los Angeles by highlighting the work of established and emerging artists from around the world. Utilizing 150,000 square feet of exhibition space at the L.A. Convention Center and expecting upwards of 70,000 attendees, this year the event […]

Happy New Year Los Angeles!

 

Artists Talk: LA Legends
 – A Conversation with California Art Icons

It’s not often you get the opportunity to see a group of influential artists come together in person to talk about their work, process, histories and lives. That’s precisely what makes Artists Talk: LA Legends such an important and exciting series. Co-sponsored by the Broad Stage and Sotheby’s Institute Of Art – Los Angeles, the […]

Peter Wu: Rise of the Fly II

If you want to explore “the aesthetics of technology and processes of transformation and translation,” an approach rich with potential is to examine the two classic sci-fi horror films called “The Fly” (Kurt Neumann, 1958 and David Cronenberg, 1986). That’s precisely what artist Peter Wu (b. 1976, Windsor, Ontario) does in his new exhibition Rise […]