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Jan 16th, 2009

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Printing the edge

After a whirlwind of commissions, exhibitions and publications during the second half of 2008 – I’m now focusing on printmaking. Inspired by working collaboratively with my fellow artists at CorkStop Studios, the prints are taking a new direction. New techniques and tools have offered new visions a vehicle. Such as pre-washing emulsions before solar exposure, […]

Dec 11th, 2008

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Equality Watch: Women Artists Get Paid Less

This is a thought-inspiring article by Melissa Silverstein. […]It’s hard to make ends meet as an artist, but its harder as a female artist according to the NEA. Women artists earn $0.75 for every dollar made by men artists… Pay disparity increases with age. Women make up just under half of all artists nationwide (46 […]

Nov 20th, 2008

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Kippenberger at Moca Los Angeles

It was interesting to see a fellow German artist, whose work spans from the fifties to the nineties, during a recent visit to the LA Museum of Contemporary Art. I remember another German artist, Nikolaus von Georgi, once telling me, that German art mirrors German history and events in a remarkable manner: After the second […]

Oct 21st, 2008

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Soho Myriad 2nd Annual Art Show & Sale To Benefit Breast Cancer

This monoprint from the “landscapes of the human mind” series will be auctioned off to raise funds and awareness for the fight against breast cancer. Soho Myriad 2nd Annual Art Show & Sale To Benefit Breast CancerComplimentary Cocktails & Hors D’oeuvres.Click here to see the invitation and RSVP.

Oct 11th, 2008

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Artists Unite for Healthcare

Recent News from Artists Unite for Healthcare, a non-profit organization I strongly support: Governor Schwarzenegger vetoed Assembly Bill 1945 (De La Torre), which Artists United had strongly supported. AB 1945 would have established an independent review process if an insurer wanted to rescind coverage and would have allowed insurers to rescind insurance only when a […]

Aug 3rd, 2008

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Call for Artists

ARTISTS * POETS * SCULPTORS * PHOTOGRAPHERS and OTHER CREATIVES WANTED! The Holonic Art Movement is looking for you! We’re in the middle of planning an event on September 27, 2008 at CorkStop Studios. We have a few projects planned and need more participants. Here’s a list: at least 12 artists to create 5×5″ pieces […]

Jul 7th, 2008

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Tillmans at the ‘Hamburger Bahnhof’ in Berlin

I just saw an inspiring exhibition by German artist Wolfgang Tillmans in Berlin’s amazing ‘Hamburger Bahnhof”. To quote the museum’s own description of the show “Tillman became known in the 1990s with highly original portraits and snapshots from the realm of pop culture. In 2000, he won the coveted “Turner Prize” in London for an […]

Jun 29th, 2008

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Between Inspiration and Innovation

5 of Brett Weston’s series of pictures of sand dunes at Oceano, Calif. is on show at the Phillips Collection in New Mexico. Read the Washington Post review here. BRETT WESTON: OUT OF THE SHADOW AND DIEBENKORN IN NEW MEXICO Both through Sept. 7 at the Phillips Collection, 1600 21st St. NW (Metro: Dupont Circle). […]

May 26th, 2008

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The Nose on Your Face: Faces and Souls in August Sander’s Germany (lecture)

Date: Thursday, May 29, 2008Time: 7:00 p.m.Location: Getty Center, Harold M. Williams AuditoriumAdmission: Free; reservations required. Call (310) 440-7300 or visit the Getty on the web at http://www.getty.edu/visit/events/gilman_lecture.html Is the face truly a window onto the soul? Can we change ourselves by changing the appearance of our faces? Does our modern obsession with faces—from Botox […]