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.
Saturday, July 4, 2015
On Wednesday, July 8, The Theatre at Ace Hotel Los Angeles will host a special screening of Les Blank’s legendary unreleased Leon Russell documentary A Poem is a Naked Person. The evening will feature a Q&A with Leon Russell himself, Les’s son Harrod Blank and will be moderated by T Bone Burnett. Keep reading for more information including a link to buy tickets, and stills from this rare film. The film is presented by the fine people of Cinefamily.
Friday, June 26, 2015
Photography And Art Exhibit
1640 N. Spring St.
8pm to 1am
Food provided by Chanos Tacos also Horchata!
Beverages also distributed by Jarritos and Molly Water Co.
Thursday, June 18, 2015
In case your’re wondering what to do this Friday night Benije Escobar and The Camera Creeps will be showcasing their most recent work at the Seventh Letter Flagship Store and Gallery in the fine city of Los Angeles. Benjie and the Camera Creeps represent the best of the current L.A. art scene and are contributing to this city every day. We’re excited to see Benjie’s illustrations and the Creeps all-film photography. I’m not a betting woman but I’m pretty sure if you check out this show you won’t be sorry! See you this Friday Los Angeles.
For more info you can visit the artist’s Instagram and site
Benjie Escobar : Instagram and Site
Camera Creeps: Instagram and Site
Thursday, June 11, 2015
This Saturday night “LEGENDS NEVER DIE”, and art show curated by the ongoing members of Teen Angels Magazine opens at shop Mi Vida in Highland Park. In honor of Teen Angel himself there will be over 32 different artists paying homage and respect to one of the most iconic Chicano Artists of our time. Some of the artists included are: CHUCO MORENO, RICHARD SANCHEZ, BENJIE ESCOBAR, MATT McCORMICK, JASON McCAFEE, LEANE “ELROD” RODRIGUEZ, JAMES SOLANO, VALERIE J. BOWER and more.
Put together by editor of the latest three issues of TEEN ANGELS MAGAZINE, RICHARD CASTOR, with the help of store/gallery owner NOELLE REYES, this show is sure to be a mix of different styles, but all within the “TEEN ANGEL STYLE” Covering such topics as Lowriding, Cholos, Cholas, Chicano culture, and just life in the Varrio. We’re extremely excited to see what everyone will have in store. Follow the link for a full press release and a preview images.
Tuesday, June 9, 2015
“The Cardboard Artist” is a work in progress film directed by Matthew Kaundart and produced by Luka Fisher about Calder Greenwood, who you know from his cardboard installations that pop up all over Los Angeles. The DTLA ART WALK will be screening the film this Thursday as part of its first annual film series at the Regent Theater.
Friday, June 5, 2015
Luckysova Studios | www.PhotoStudioSD.com
A new photography gallery showcasing modern body painting opens June 5 from 7-10pm at the Exact Science Gallery (7565 Melrose Ave., West Hollywood, CA). The photos on display through July 5 showcase the work of 10 local photographers, who photographed live the night of the sold out Body Fine Art Competition May 16th, the work of seasoned body painters who traveled from all over the world to use the body as a living canvas.
Guests will be entertained with live body painting artists including Skin Wars’ season two star Lana Chromium, and Dewayne Flowers of Flesh and Colors. More info here, keep reading for preview images…