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I came across some pieces by Nina Beier this week, which – click after click after click –  led me to the quote above. This text encapsulated somethings that have been on my mind lately. Click HERE to see images of the show which is about this fight between shirts and skins, objects and humans. Happy weekend, […]

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I was first introduced to Carmen Winant’s photography some five or so years ago. Since then, Carmen has received her MFA from CCA, moved to Brooklyn, and has begun writing for art publications. Whether it’s photography, drawing, or collage, Carmen’s work is consistently thoughtful and inquisitive. Here she is telling us more about herself and […]

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Our friend Michelle Jane Lee is having a show in Culver City this weekend and we are very excited. About the exhibition: Michelle Jane Lee’s Love Notes is a series of over 100 coded letters written over three years. Lee constructed a new alphabet by assigning a color to each letter to communicate and navigate […]

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Dear Readers, I am excited to introduce you to João Ferro Martins this morning. I came across a photograph of João’s on even*cleveland not too long ago (remember this interview?) and was thoroughly  taken by each of the pieces that I then saw on his website. João’s work includes installation, sculptures, photographs and drawings which encompass  a […]

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I am delighted to introduce Bobby Scheidemann to our readers today. I came across Bobby’s photographs on some blog, somewhere, and was immediately drawn to his aesthetic, his sense of humor, as well as the thoughtfulness of his projects. Here is Bobby telling us about himself (past, present and future) and his baby-eardrum (keep reading). Hi Bobby! […]

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This morning is a gorgeous morning.  Zackary Drucker is an amazing artist who continually makes work that interests and challenges me both in thought and in emotion.  I was thoroughly wrapped and lifted up (and even sang out loud) while reading her answers and hope you will be too. Interview Magazine says this about Zachary: […]

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I’m excited to introduce y’all to TALEEN KALENDERIAN today. I had the pleasure of meeting Taleen at the LA Zine Fest last week in Downtown where I also picked up a copy of DUM DUM Zine (find it, get it). Here she is telling us about herself, how she started DUM DUM, and some of the […]

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A Birdsong Sampler is a 2001 project by Kerry Tribe in which she had ten friends (all artists and most grad students from UCLA) imitate the chirp of the bird of their choice. The results were then digitally mixed to produce an ambient soundtrack in “the spirit of a sound effects CD or New Age nature […]

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Happy Monday, friends! I’m excited to introduce you to Lauren Spencer King, the wonderful lady in the wonderful photo above. I stumbled upon Lauren’s blog, The Sphinx & the Milkyway, not too long away and I clicked away excitedly, inspired by her words and her images. Lauren is an artist living and working in Los Angeles. […]

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So excited to share an interview with Ana Serrano!  I am very interested in her work, and upon looking at her recent commission at Rice Gallery in Houston, A Salon of Beauty, found myself feeling a sense of familiarity and a strong urge to drive around Los Angeles. She works in a myriad of mediums, […]