The Herencia Trilogy narrative library built for the Getty Underground art show is a Greetings From L.A. tribute to a variety of work by Al Ruppersberg, as well as an overall questioning of what difference an individual or group of individuals can make with their life… What elements of our history are inherited through genetics, […]
Pilgrimage to the East Jesus, desert art mecca in Slab City, California and a night voyage aboard a magical wooden caravan to the open air stage, The Range. (A few the sites featured in the film by Sean Penn and based on the book by Jon Krakauer based on the travels of Christopher McCandless, Into the Wild.)
The Branded Arts Buildings in Culver City, a neighborhood of Los Angeles, California, hosted mural work by top local and international street artists. The installments were temporary and the buildings have now been demolished, but it was a visual treat for all those that had the luck to experience these large-scale murals. Interview of curator, Warren Brand about the murals by local writer, Scupine.
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Artist, Tanner Goldbeck curated and coordinated a one night only street art exhibition featuring local, DTLA/Downtown Los Angeles artists. The building where the multistory installation took place has since been redesigned, and none of the murals remain, but it was located on Broadway and 4th, behind La Cita.
Art journals, propaganda posters, artifacts, film, photos and other World War I memorabilia are on view at the current J. Paul Getty Center Museum exhibition:
Here is an animated visual poem made of one of the art journals: