Elizabeth McGrath
Reflections From a Low-Brow Artist

Recently, ArtNowLA sat down with a queen of the pop surrealism scene, Elizabeth McGrath, at her cozy home in Pasadena, ...
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Mark Steven Greenfield: ‘Black Madonna’
Subverting Viewers' Expectations

Mark Steven Greenfield Black Madonna William Turner Gallery September 19 - November 28, 2020 (By appointment) Few scenes are more ...
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Austyn Weiner: ‘Head’
Processing the Past and the Present

Austyn Weiner HEAD Soul Car Garage By Appointment Only Los Angeles-based artist Austyn Weiner seems to be thriving in quarantine ...
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The Marriage of Art & Technology in the Era of COVID-19
Frontier or a Continuing Evolution?

With the proliferation of online viewing rooms, virtual museum tours and all forms of socially distant art creation going on ...
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DIAVOLO | Architecture in Motion™
An Appreciation

It was a cold, wet morning in February of 1997, when I walked into a 3,000-square-foot Northridge warehouse that was ...
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Bill Barminski
A Punk Aesthetic

Bill Barminski Pop-Up Retrospective Castelli Art Space February 22-24, 2018 For three nights only, February 22-24, a number of Bill ...
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One Fatal Cigarette
Remembering Ivan Moffat On His Centennial

Yes, I’m guilty. Guilty of giving my dear friend, the great raconteur/screenwriter Ivan Moffat, a cigarette (American Spirit), when he ...
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“War of the Worlds”
Visionary Opera for the 21st Century

The Los Angeles Philharmonic, The Industry & NOW Art LA Present War of the Worlds: The Opera Walt Disney Concert ...
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Kent Twitchell’s Monumental ‘Ed Ruscha’
An Iconic Signifier of L.A. As 21st Century Art Mecca

“Kent is a larger than life artist, an ace painter, who thinks big, and his paintings are big.” - Ed ...
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Lita & Jasmine Albuquerque
A Powerful Mother-Daughter Art Duo

Part Kubrickian, part Wilsonian (as in Robert), with a nod to Isadora Duncan, Lita Albuquerque’s hEARTH, a performance installation created ...
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Meet The Mudpeople
L.A.'s Legendary Performance Art Tribe

 Gif from MUD PEOPLE explore the Los Angeles River A segment on KCET's award-winning TV show SoCal Connected was based ...
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A Cosmic Performance
Eclipse Chasers Eye August 21

Like moths to a flame, so goeth the hordes of people who “chase” eclipses, be they solar, lunar, partial, total, ...
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A Stitch In Time
Frau Fiber's Revolution

She doesn’t have a closet and the last time she purchased an article of clothing was two years ago – ...
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The Art of Taylor Negron
Remembering An Icon

His name may not be instantly recognizable, but his face, voice and singular style of humor are. He is Taylor ...
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Craftivism Rising
Queer Fiber Artists Push Gender Norms

With the knitted pink pussyhat on full display in recent months, a political movement may not have been born, but ...
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The Egg Cometh
NuMu Travels to LACMA

It’s not poached, scrambled, fried or free-range. Nor is it hard-boiled. What it is, though, is a museum like no ...
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