LOS ANGELES — This week, a show of Riot Grrrl art opens in Orange County, LACE throws a Valentine’s Day party, Frank Lloyd Wright’s first LA home reopens, there’s a mini-conference on the limits of performance, and more!
This week, there’s a rock doc on Riot Grrrl godmothers, a book signing for a new collection of work by street photographer Ed Templeton, the closing of Max Hooper Schneider’s messy science experiments, and more!
This week, there’s an indie comics fest, a holiday art sale, a magazine benefit party, an invitation to create an object of desire, and two film screenings, including Warhol’s 8-hour static-shot masterpiece, Empire.
On Twitter recently, #NotYourNarrative popped up, a series of hashtag statements largely from persons of color in the United States who wanted to challenge dominant media narratives.
LOS ANGELES — The Do ArT Foundation of L.A. teamed up with Montreal’s Mouvement Art Public (Make Art Public) this summer to … do make art public. By recuperating unsold advertising space on bus benches around downtown L.A., the organizations brought the work of two photographers to the streets.
PARIS — Conversations about art and medium-specificity are almost always conversations about history.
BERLIN — BB9 is so vacuous, ideologically apathetic, ahistorical, sarcastic, and dehumanizing, it’s a wonder it hasn’t been blacklisted solely on account of its conformity to commodity fetishism.