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‘Luke Austin: Soft Instant’ Opens March 19 Downtown Los Angeles

LUKE AUSTIN: SOFT INSTANT MARCH 19–APRIL 16, 2016 OPENING RECEPTION: SATURDAY, MARCH 19, 2016 FROM 6-9 PM JASON VASS, 1452 E. Sixth Street, Los Angeles, CA 90021 Social media phenom and Australian-born, Los Angeles-based photographer Luke Austin opens his  first solo exhibition... Continue Reading →

An App To Make Food Look Good Enough To Eat!

Wishing you could shoot your own sizzling #foodporn social media shares? You know...like a professional photographer. But how? Introducing Foodie, the dedicated camera app specifically for food photos! LINE Corporation just released  Foodie, a new camera app available for free... Continue Reading →

Rules, Codes and Escapism in Superfecta Saturday

Drawings of racehorse names such as Candy Ride and Hunger are meticulously rendered in graphite on large expanses of white. Isolating these names-at times fanciful and flirtatious and at other times moody, lush and commanding-from their context calls attention to... Continue Reading →

Jeff Tse’s Natural Beauty

Opening Friday, November 6, in anticipation of the forthcoming photography book featuring his Tse Nature series, Jeff Tse will be exhibiting select works at Warehouse 416 in Oakland, CA. The opening reception will take place from 6-10pm during the Oakland... Continue Reading →

#FreeAppFriday : Shuttersong – Connect Your Photos with Sound

There's a hot new app available for iPhone users. Shuttersong®  the free mobile app for connecting photos with sound, and exclusive technology that combines image data and multiple non-image data files into a single entity without altering the structure of the... Continue Reading →

Barnsdall Art Park Hosts Official LA 2015 Juried Art Exhibition

Celebrating the next generation of creative visionaries  of Los Angeles... The City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs (DCA) and the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery (LAMAG) are pleased to present the 2015 Los Angeles Juried Exhibition, which will take place at the famed Barnsdall Art Park... Continue Reading →

Swords, blood, butts and boobs: Rogue Machine Lays The Bard Bare!

Thoroughly risque, but no private parts (we weep) Rogue Machine Theatre Los Angeles is pulling out all the stops and apparently all of its clothes OFF in order to raise money for the company.  All of the proceeds in this... Continue Reading →

We are having fish

After yesterdays #FoodieChats about #FoodieResolutions, I got to thinking about a new 2015 food theme. I’m thinking I could use a bit more fish. You?

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Anne-Catherine Becker-Echivard makes art out of fish. The Paris-born artist uses market-fresh fish to create her wacky scenes. After she is done photographing, she cooks and eats them.

“It is the perfect recycling of art. Nothing is left over – and I can live from it”

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#ArtSetFree: Global Arts Showcase

It's time you went public! Arts Brookfield, the cultural arm of Brookfield Property Partners acclaimed for presenting hundreds of exciting cultural experiences for free worldwide, just announced a recent dramatic growth of Art Set Free, the organization's unprecedented global arts... Continue Reading →

Be a Part of Art: Voices in the Sky

Michael Rafelson is a photographer who has always been intrigued by people’s desire to be acknowledged and understood through messages.  His previous project, Voices in the Landscape, captured clues that were left in written form in various places. He is... Continue Reading →

Artplug Ivory Day: The Eyes Have It

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move As I stepped through the Substrate Gallery at 709 Ridgewood Place (above Melrose), Los Angeles, CA,  to view Canadian documentary photographer Ivory Day's collection, my friend blurted out a revelation, "It's in the... Continue Reading →

De-Institutionalizing the Mentally Ill at Substrate LA

Substrate Gallery is pleased to present Canadian documentary photographer Ivory Day, from May 1st to May 15th 2014 - Artists reception is Thursday, May 1st, 2014 from 7pm to 11pm. Day has assembled a collection of photographs on the de-institutionalization... Continue Reading →

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