• Enrique Martínez Celaya: Lone Star

    My mother, she slew me, My father, he ate me, My sister, Marlene, Gathered my bones, Tied them in silk, For the juniper tree. Tweet, tweet, what a fine bird am I! – The Brothers Grimm, The Juniper Tree  There is no true way to measure the time Enrique Martínez Celaya spent studying and working tirelessly on The Sigh. […]

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  • Enrique Martínez Celaya: Lone Star

    Nestled inside an industrial complex off a beaten path in Culver City, adjacent to lush sprawling grills hills of a cemetery lined with flowers from visiting loved ones, lies a sanctuary of artistic solace.  A modest black plaque rests on the exterior brick wall with a crest bearing the profile of a whale rising above […]

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  • 100 Walkers, West Hollywood

    A large table sits in the middle of Richard Kraft’s Los Angeles based studio covered with a labyrinth of miniature pieces of paper, each perfectly cut and arranged in a systematic configuration that only the artist understands.  The pieces are so fragile they seem to require surgical tools to manipulate.  Kraft looks on to the […]

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  • Arthur Duncan in Conversation at BONVIVANT

    A hand carefully writes the daily menu on a large chalkboard.  Beneath the etching of the chalk, Arthur Duncan enters the interior of BONVIVANT, a culinary gem nestled off the beaten path, hidden among the narrow streets of Basel.  The intimate dining room features long wooden tables and a collection of chairs ranging in style from […]

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  • All That Glitters is Gold

    Every picture tells a story.  For collectors Sirje Helder Gold and Michael O. Gold, each work basks in its own magnificence and curiosity on display in their Southern California home.  Designed to showcase their growing collection.  Every work has a personality so palpable it vibrates off the walls.  Similar to the young narrator in Proust’s […]

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  • Judy Gelles: The Fourth Grade Project

    The combination of frontal and reverse portraits allowed for the development of both personal and universal stories.  The children are presented as individuals; however, their stories speak to greater pervasive truths and problems within our society.  Told in their own words, their stories touch on some of our most pressing social issues and common human […]

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