Archive for March, 2010

LA><ART, a leading nonprofit exhibition space in Culver City, offers a wonderful selection of editions by emerging and mid-career artists that support its cutting edge exhibitions, projects, and publications.  Current selections include C-prints in small editions by Shana Lutker, Amir Zaki, and Gregory Michael Hernandez, all for $1,000 or less.  Upcoming editions include works by […]


Jeff Koons, one of the world’s most famous living artists, is well-known for his inflatable lobsters, puppy dogs, and porn stars but he is also a passionate and very private collector of Old Masters and blue-chip 19th and 20th century works.  In addition to being an avid collector, Mr. Koons can now add curator to […]


Bustling Armory Opening Heralds Contemporary Art Market Resurgence (ARTINFO) The AI Interview:  Alex Katz (ARTINFO) Buyer of Giacometti Sculpture is Revealed (NY Times) The Koons Collection (NY Times) Anger and Angst, Explored with Animation by William Kentridge (NY Times) At the Hammer, Louisa Lambri Makes Herself at Home (LA Times) Richard Wyatt’s Reunion with His […]


by Kelly Boyd Anyone interested in a last minute experience of experimental photography will find “James Welling: Glass House” at Regen Projects to be well worth a visit.  The exhibition, running through March 6th features new photographs from Welling’s “Glass House” series as well as the video installation entitled “Sun Pavilion.”  These photographs of the […]