Posts Tagged ‘Mark Grotjahn’

On Sunday, May 16, 2010, from 10am – 2pm, the Hammer Museum is holding its exciting inaugural Kids’ Art Museum Project (K.A.M.P.) featuring a family friendly day of interactive art-making workshops led by an impressive roster of L.A. artists. All proceeds of the event benefit Hammer Kids’ free public programs. All of the projects are […]


by Kelly Boyd Layers of pigment, built up with brushes and palate knives on cardboard and canvas make up Mark Grotjahn’s Seven Faces exhibit, now showing at Blum & Poe.  Reminiscent of Picasso and drawing inspiration from Les Demoiselles d’Avignon, the exhibition features thirteen paintings, most of them quite large, and quite recent.  While the […]


The New Guard of Curators Steps Up (NY Times) Judith Rothschild Foundation Promotes Art as Well as Sole Trustee (NY Times) Performance Art Gains Favor, Fights Ensue (NY Times) Art Review:  Mark Grotjahn at Blum & Poe (LA Times) Christie’s to Auction off Michael Crichton’s Art Collection (LA Times) Michelangelo:  Anatomy as Architecture at the […]


Previously published on ForYourArt.com by Emily Waldorf After taking in European 18th century painters at the Wallace Collection and Impressionist and Modern masters at the Courtauld Gallery, walking into the Saatchi Gallery’s current exhibition, Abstract America: New Painting and Sculpture, is a breath of fresh air. Housed in the Duke of York’s building on the […]



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