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A Tremendous Artist: TS Claire

No Comments 01 February 2016

 You’ve seen her work all over the city—L.A. artist TS Claire’s work is hypnotic and strong—and now she needs our help. By Evan Senn   The work of Tina St. Claire, aka TFail, aka T.S. Claire is feminine, dark and edgy, but light and full of life—much like the artist herself. Her creations are heavily […]

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ART, INTERVIEW

Illusive Perspective: An Interview with Timothy Robert Smith

No Comments 06 November 2015

Shifting perspectives and living wildly in and out of his artwork, Timothy Robert Smith opens up to Yay! LA. By Evan Senn   “Reality is merely an illusion, albeit a very persistent one.” – Albert Einstein As he prepares for his solo exhibition, Multi-Dimensionalism” at Copro Gallery, opening Saturday, November 7 in Santa Monica, and […]

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“TEN FEET” at the LA River

No Comments 06 October 2015

The Los Angeles River Public Art Project debuts its first public event on the river, “TEN FEET: LA River Public Art Project.” By Evan Senn   On Saturday, October 10th, The Los Angeles River Public Art Project debuts its first public event on the river, “TEN FEET: LA River Public Art Project” that highlights five […]

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Finding Value and Forgetting Names: Jenene Nagy

No Comments 21 September 2015

Jenene Nagy’s graphite-based work is seductive and illusive. By Evan Senn Dark, shimmering plains, angles and textures shine into your peripheral vision with shifting light in Jenene Nagy’s artwork. Shards of fragile, darkness glimmer and change with every glance. Through use of graphite, paper and her own hands, Nagy creates evocative works of art that […]

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Maccarone Los Angeles: Back in L.A. Action

No Comments 16 September 2015

The art dealing empire of Maccarone expands into Los Angeles to dominate the contemporary conceptual art scene. by Evan Senn   Bloomberg Business calls Michele Maccarone the art dealer who’s making it cool to collect art again. I know Michele as an abrasive and talkative art-wielding beacon, constantly in giant heels, addicted to espresso and really […]

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The Hive Gallery explores “My L.A.”

No Comments 02 September 2015

  The Hive explores life in L.A. through the photographic lens’ of Angelenos. By Evan Senn   Everone’s experience in the city of angels is different. For decades now, people have flocked to this creative capitol in hopes of finding something special—and most of the time they do. But, with 3.884 million people in this […]

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Fascinated with Fiber: Michelle Kingdom

No Comments 20 August 2015

Michelle Kingdom has been taking the world by storm, and sewing her own reality into existence. By Evan Senn   I fell in love with embroidery as art when my grandmother made me a quilt. Illustrated with sewn scenes of life and love, I treasured that quilt. When I stumbled across the art of Lindsay […]

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Getting Addicted to “Heroine” at Stone Malone Gallery

No Comments 17 July 2015

Finding the balance between chaos and calamity with Haunted Euth and TFail. By Evan Senn   L.A. streets have been haunted by two original and dedicated street artists for nearly twenty years. If you grew up in L.A., you knew their brand images, their moniker, and their style. Iconic and notorious, these underground street artists […]

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ART, CULTURE

Get Inspired at LAX with Three New Contemporary Art Installations

No Comments 01 July 2015

Mark Bradford, Pae White and Ball-Nogues Studio transform our hum-drum airport.         By Evan Senn   Tom Bradley International Terminal at LAX just debuted three new public art works designed to greet departing and arriving passengers, and are amazing and surprising visitors left and right. These artworks, by Benjamin Ball and Gaston […]

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Going ‘Home’ with Melissa Cooke

No Comments 29 May 2015

Melissa Cooke’s latest exhibit is exhilarating and hypnotic, like a freshly vandalized birthday cake. By Evan Senn   Melissa Cooke usually creates gorgeous, photo realistic graphite drawings of people, skin, and extremely detailed intimate moments of humans. Lately, she has been exploring a bit more edge and whimsy in her realistic creations, adding a bit more of […]

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