• Lisa Adams: As It Appears To Be

    Join Los Angeles artist Lisa Adams and filmmaker Juri Koll for the special one-night premiere of Lisa Adams:  As it Appears to Be today Friday, June 6.  The Crest Theater will present an exclusive screening of the film at 8pm in Westwood, just blocks away from the Hammer Museum.  Purchase your tickets to the limited engagement now.  Discover an […]

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  • Llyn Foulkes One Man Band

    Directed by Tamar Halpern and Chris Quilty, the documentary follows the Los Angeles based artist and musician over the duration of seven years before his retrospective at the Hammer Museum.  The film will debut at the NY Film Forum May 7-14 and at the Laemmle Theatres in Los Angeles May 16-22.  Stay tuned for our […]

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  • Quam Odunsi: The Reagents at Design Matters

    The Reagents is Odunsi’s second solo exhibition and presents a similar curiosity with Los Angeles as Anachronistic Capture: Motion & Stills did in April 2012.  Working under the pseudonym Reserve Result, Odunsi presents a narrative of an agent, a government official, conducting surveillance on special interest groups.  He finds himself becoming increasingly absorbed by the citizens and their private […]

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  • The Not-So-Standard Theater

    Multi-disciplinary artist Nicole Disson has revitalized theatre and created new opportunities to present performances in Los Angeles.   A dancer, performer and producer Disson’s theatre background brought her to Los Angeles in 2008.  She has worked with artist Lita Albuquerque to recreate her seminal work SPINE OF THE EARTH for the Getty Museum’s Pacific Standard […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments June 21, 2013