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Fugitive Kind’s Big Party at the Bootleg L.A.

Art Party is a wild eclectic event featuring immersive art events emceed by company member Jeff Marras and featuring pop up performances by Fugitive Kind, drag performances by Jeff Marras, Brett Lord, Sage Howard, and Emily Gibson, pole dancing by... Continue Reading →

How To Undress In Front of Your Husband

A new video-performance remake "How to Undress In Front Of Your Husband", replicated from a 1960s ‘how to’ video, depicts the do’s and don’ts of female disrobing, while highlighting the absurdity of its creation in the first place.

Art Finds a Superfine Home

40 thought provoking, mind and body bending Superfine! artists invaded Miami Art Week 2016.

Meet Jasmin. She’s a piece of work. She’s interactive.

Meeting JASMIN, a fine art traveling exhibition, has announced the launch of its mobile app which incorporates Live Portrait, a technology service that blends Augmented Reality (AR) with Image Recognition. Following its inaugural exhibition in Los Angeles, the exhibit will... Continue Reading →

Immigration S/Election Controversy at LAMAG

Contemporary artists ignite conversations about citizenship and democracy in America, from October 16 - January 8th, 2017. The City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs (DCA) Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery (LAMAG) (4800 Hollywood Blvd., Los Angeles, CA) presents a... Continue Reading →

Hansen Natural Soda ‘Takin’ it to the Street – Art’

On Friday night, August 12, 2016, Hansens Natural Soda celebrated art and people by partnering with the Mar Vista Art Department in Venice, California with a one-night-only opening of Hansens House designed to bring west coast street art artists, musicians... Continue Reading →

Fashion Designer Narciso Rodriquez Headlines Miami Art Basel Season

 Narcico Rodriguez: An Exercise in Minimalism On View Oct. 9, 2016 – Jan. 8, 2017 “As a first-generation immigrant who impacts our contemporary culture globally, Narciso personifies the American dream.  Like a master sculptor or painter, he finds inspiration in... Continue Reading →

CURRENT:LA Water City’s First Public Art Biennial

Opening Saturday, July 16, 2015 On Saturday, July 16 to August 14, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti and the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural affairs will launch an inaugural, citywide public art biennial titled CURRENT: LA Water, which... Continue Reading →

‘Dark Matter’ Takes Over Barnsdall Art Park on July 15

Aaron Axelrod is taking over Barnsdall Art Park for three days with Dark Matter, a one-of-a-kind, provocative visual experience which will launch at Barndall's "Breaking Convention" Summer Soiree on Friday, July 15 from 6 - 10pm and will open to... Continue Reading →

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