Thursday, August 27, 2015
LoveGalo and KGB Studios proudly presents: The Dine-Nasty Series” ~ Los Angeles
“The Dine-Nasty Series” is one day “Come-To” event inspired by The Dynasty Shirt Series of basketball teams such as: The Lakers, Bulls, Celtics or bands like The Beatles etc. As listing 5 significant team players on the shirts, our event will host 5 main “C” word elements: Cans (Live Art), Cold Ones, Cocktails, Carnitas, and Cameras (Instant Photos).
Get Your Tickets Here, and keep reading for more info…
Wednesday, August 26, 2015
Photographer Joaquin Atl Guzman has been creating strong images in the city of Los Angeles for the past few years, and his first solo show opens on September 11th at Espacio 1839 in Boyle Heights at 7pm. Please enjoy this selection of preview images which highlight the artist’s connection to his neighborhood and his unending search for beauty and truth.
Tuesday, August 18, 2015
The essential L.A. Hip Hop site PASSION OF THE WEISS celebrates 10 years in the game with a special POW FEST at the Echo on September 6th featuring some of L.A.’s best artists. We’ve also been told there will be surprise guests so get your tickets now before they sell out.
Want to win tickets? We have one pair for a lucky L.A. Taco reader. All you have to do is join or already be a subscriber to our mailing list, and then tweet us @LATACO with #POWFEST or comment below with the answer to this question: What is your favorite L.A. rap tune of the year so far? We will pick a random winner by Sunday.
Sunday, August 16, 2015
The South Park Business Improvement District (BID), Do Art Foundation and Mural Conservancy of Los Angeles invite you to a community event, “South Park Green Carpet Event: A Decade Strong.” Join us as we celebrate South Park’s 10-year anniversary with an inaugural public art tour.
South Park Celebrates
Tuesday, August 18, 2015
5:00 PM – 8:00 PM
1147 S. Hope Street
Los Angeles, CA 90015
RSVP Today! To RSVP, click here.
Event is FREE & open to the public.
Friday, August 7, 2015
(September 11th & 12th, 2015) – Street / Gallery artist “Mad One” will team up with Stone Malone Gallery to host the annual “Sticker Phiends”, a showcase of local and international adhesive, street and graffiti artists for yet another round. Want to be involved? Send your stickers to the address above.
Tuesday, July 28, 2015
“VC #TBT” is a selection of ten short films what will be screened on Thursday, July 30th, 7:00 PM at the David Henry Hwang Theatre the historic Little Tokyo neighborhood. “VC #TBT” will highlight selected works from the 31st Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival.
A post-screening reception will be held in the Aratani Courtyard of the Union Center for the Arts, with free food and drinks for ticket holders. The reception will also feature an opportunity drawing with various prizes provided by Visual Communications’ generous sponsors.
Thursday, July 23, 2015
We’ve been hearing good things about La Chuperia in Montecito Heights for awhile now, as this neighborhood bar combines craft beer and tortas which something pretty much anyone can get behind. This Saturday night 7/25 they add $1 tacos, live beat sets by up-and-coming producers, and live visuals to the mix as part of The Cutting Room, which is presented by Sumo Hair and Culture Remixed. By the way, there’s no cover and you can also get a haircut from Sumo at the event. More info: http://www.facebook.com/thecuttingroomla
Friday, July 10, 2015
Wild Kingdom is the latest series of photos by Los Angeles’ Clayton Campbell, who has photographed the fusty but captivating dioramas at natural history museums around the United States and added humans, addicted to devices and social media into the frame. The artist as anthropologist has a long and varied history, but the effectiveness of Campbell’s technique and the excellence of his staging helps set these images apart. We particularly like the people he’s chosen to add to the photos and how he’s staged their interactions with their virtual environment and not the wild animals around them. Please enjoy this preview of the show that opens at Coagula Curatorial on July 18th.