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Frieze Los Angeles: 'Casa Perfect' Will Present Never-Before-Seen Short Films by Andy Warhol

Frieze Los Angeles: 'Casa Perfect' Will Present Never-Before-Seen Short Films by Andy Warhol

Despite the brisk trade in his paintings and screen prints, at his core, Andy Warhol was probably more photographer than anything else he put his inimitable talent to. And during this year's Frieze Los Angeles, that will be thrillingly, revealingly on display.

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The 27th Edition of Photo L.A. Opens Next Week, Honoring SoCal Legend Jo Ann Callis

The 27th Edition of Photo L.A. Opens Next Week, Honoring SoCal Legend Jo Ann Callis

The venerable Photo L.A. kicks off its 27th annual multi-gallery exhibit next week, with over 55 local and international galleries participating. Slotted into Santa Monica’s spectacular Barker Hangar, it all begins with an opening preview on Thursday, January 31, and runs through February 3.

 

 

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Hotel Art Gets Cheeky: The Cool HeART Gallery Curates a New Collection at the Sofitel Los Angeles

Hotel Art Gets Cheeky: The Cool HeART Gallery Curates a New Collection at the Sofitel Los Angeles

Historically, hotel art hasn’t inspired much awe from its intended audience. Interesting at best, and at worst utterly abhorrent, it hovers low on the priority list of hospitable experiences. Fair. But for dedicate aesthetes like ourselves, it’s truly refreshing to see several hoteliers righting this artistic wrong. The Sofitel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills is one of them - and this Thursday, January 17, they are inviting everyone to see just how committed they are.
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Artist Ondine Viñao's New 'Holy Fools' Exhibition Will Not Cure Your Fear of Clowns

Artist Ondine Viñao's New 'Holy Fools' Exhibition Will Not Cure Your Fear of Clowns

When Bruce Nauman debuted his now infamous Clown Torture in 1987, a postmodern notion of the once generally beloved circus performer had already begun to set in, somewhere between camp and creepy. His repetitive, four-channel sequence was meant as something of an artistic self-reflection, but was also intended to elicit discomfort in the viewer - which it did, and still does.

 

 

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