art exhibitions

Chronicles of a Disappearance @DHCART

How do you portray what is not there? DHC Art’s exhibition Chronicles of a Disappearance (January 19, 2012 — May 13, 2012) attempts to unravel this philosophical pondering by featuring works of five acclaimed international artists Taryn Simon, Omer Fast,

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Chronicles of a Disappearance @DHCART

How do you portray what is not there? DHC Art’s exhibition Chronicles of a Disappearance (January 19, 2012 — May 13, 2012) attempts to unravel this philosophical pondering by featuring works of five acclaimed international artists Taryn Simon, Omer Fast,

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72 hours in Madrid, Spain

How much time do you need to visit Museo Reina Sofia, Museo Nacional del Prado, Caixa Forum, and the Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza in Madrid, Spain? More than the measly 72 hours that I spent in Madrid. Some say they could spend

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72 hours in Madrid, Spain

How much time do you need to visit Museo Reina Sofia, Museo Nacional del Prado, Caixa Forum, and the Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza in Madrid, Spain? More than the measly 72 hours that I spent in Madrid. Some say they could spend

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Edward Burtynsky at the McCord

Canadian photographer Edward Burtynsky doesn’t want to convey a political message with his large-format photographs. His exhibition Oil touring internationally and currently on view at Montreal’s McCord Museum, brings together over 50 awe inspiring large-scale photographs documenting the ‘life cycle’

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Edward Burtynsky at the McCord

Canadian photographer Edward Burtynsky doesn’t want to convey a political message with his large-format photographs. His exhibition Oil touring internationally and currently on view at Montreal’s McCord Museum, brings together over 50 awe inspiring large-scale photographs documenting the ‘life cycle’

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The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts’ Big Bang

The term ‘Big Bang’ refers to the hot, dense state that cause a rapid expansion of the universe bringing us to where we are now living on planet earth. This very notion inspired the Museum of Fine Arts for the

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The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts’ Big Bang

The term ‘Big Bang’ refers to the hot, dense state that cause a rapid expansion of the universe bringing us to where we are now living on planet earth. This very notion inspired the Museum of Fine Arts for the

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The Origins of Cool

Billy Shire, owner of La Luz de Jesus Gallery, Los Angeles CA Last Friday evening the legendary La Luz de Jesus held an art opening  for artists Scott Hove, Dennis Larkin and Max Grundy  (April 2 – May 2nd ). The art

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The Origins of Cool

Billy Shire, owner of La Luz de Jesus Gallery, Los Angeles CA Last Friday evening the legendary La Luz de Jesus held an art opening  for artists Scott Hove, Dennis Larkin and Max Grundy  (April 2 – May 2nd ). The art

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Tara Donovan at San Diego’s Museum of Contemporary Art

While passing through San Diego last weekend, I had the opportunity to view Tara Donovan’s awe-inspiring exhibition (October 25, 2009 – February 28, 2010) at the MCASD. Untitled, styrofoam cups with hot glue In the artist’s hands, common, mass-produced items

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Tara Donovan at San Diego’s Museum of Contemporary Art

While passing through San Diego last weekend, I had the opportunity to view Tara Donovan’s awe-inspiring exhibition (October 25, 2009 – February 28, 2010) at the MCASD. Untitled, styrofoam cups with hot glue In the artist’s hands, common, mass-produced items

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Favorite Art Shows of 2009

After reading Peter Schjeldahl’s “Eleven Best Museum Shows of 2009″  in the New Yorker, I thought, I too will compile a list. 1. Please, Please, Please, Jeppe Hein, January 30 – March 29th 2009, The Contemporary Art Gallery, Vancouver BC, Canada 2.

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Favorite Art Shows of 2009

After reading Peter Schjeldahl’s “Eleven Best Museum Shows of 2009″  in the New Yorker, I thought, I too will compile a list. 1. Please, Please, Please, Jeppe Hein, January 30 – March 29th 2009, The Contemporary Art Gallery, Vancouver BC, Canada 2.

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An evening in Culver City Arts District

Last Saturday evening, we checked out Culver City’s Art District, where many of the cities most esteemed galleries hosted art openings: Roberts & Tilton, Peres Projects, Blum & Poe and LAX Art. The night was bustling with art lovers hoping

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An evening in Culver City Arts District

Last Saturday evening, we checked out Culver City’s Art District, where many of the cities most esteemed galleries hosted art openings: Roberts & Tilton, Peres Projects, Blum & Poe and LAX Art. The night was bustling with art lovers hoping

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Jonathan Horowitz: And/Or at P.S.1, NYC

Jonathan Horowitz: And/Or at P.S.1 The connection between Micheal Jackson and America’s ill-fated military interventions might seem tenuous, but after viewing Jonathan Horowitz’s sculptures and video installation the link becomes obvious and uncomfortable. For his solo show P.S.1, NYC,  Chief

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Jonathan Horowitz: And/Or at P.S.1, NYC

Jonathan Horowitz: And/Or at P.S.1 The connection between Micheal Jackson and America’s ill-fated military interventions might seem tenuous, but after viewing Jonathan Horowitz’s sculptures and video installation the link becomes obvious and uncomfortable. For his solo show P.S.1, NYC,  Chief

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Learning to Love You More

Miranda July and Harrell Fletcher’s “Learning to Love You More” (LTLYM) is an interactive website and an art project, a series of exhibitions and do-it-yourself assignments. It is image, text, and sound; it is film, photography, and performance. And most

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Learning to Love You More

Miranda July and Harrell Fletcher’s “Learning to Love You More” (LTLYM) is an interactive website and an art project, a series of exhibitions and do-it-yourself assignments. It is image, text, and sound; it is film, photography, and performance. And most

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