If you haven’t had the chance to check it out yet, we highly recommend you see Ai Weiwei: LIFE CYCLE at Marciano Art Foundation (through March 3, 2019). This exhibition is Ai’s first major institutional exhibition in Los Angeles and The Marciano Art Foundation will feature the new and unseen work Life Cycle (2018) – a sculptural […]
We are excited to announce an additional seven colors to the Montana GOLD color palette: Dolomite, Ceramic, Buzzard, Yosemite, Asphalt, Meteorite and Basalt!!! As the popularity of grey tones continues to rise, Montana rose to the occasion, selecting just the right tones to warm up an already comprehensive grey palette. These new additions offer a […]
Celebrate the 2019 LA Art Show, the art experience people are calling “The Most Comprehensive International Contemporary Art Show in America”. Who said that? People. Experience prominent galleries from around the globe, lectures with noted leaders in the arts, engaging installations, and so much more. More than 200,000 square feet of exhibition space is committed […]
For artists working in Art and Technology, the 2019 SIGGRAPH Art Gallery is accepting submissions through January 29, 2019 and the conference will be held in Downtown Los Angeles at the LA Convention Center. This year’s theme is, “Proliferating Possibilities: Speculative Futures in Art and Design” and asks what solutions we might need to thrive […]
JAPAN HOUSE Los Angeles is partnering with Tokyo University of the Arts (Tokyo Geidai) and the University of Southern California (USC) in presenting a two-day program on January 13th and 15th entitled “Visual Euphony: Animation & Music,” bringing together emerging talent in the fields of music and animation from both Japan and the United States. […]
The National Portrait Gallery invites entries for the BP Portrait Award 2019. The prize money for the Award currently stands at one of the largest for any global arts competitions, with first prize being £35,000, second prize £12,000; third prize £10,000; the BP Young Artist Award, awarded to one selected artist aged between 18 and […]
“We’re tired of people stealing our stuff off the streets and reselling it so I’m just going to buy everything I can get my hands on and whitewash it,” English told the United Kingdom’s Press Association, adding, “I’m going to paint over it and just include it in one of the walls in my house.” […]
It’s Christmas all over again in January! An avalanche of music, novels, films, and works of art first published in the U.S. in 1923 will enter the public domain this year. Public domain means anyone can sell those works without incurring any costs, but it also means that anyone can give them away for free. For those works of art falling into public domain this year, that means anyone can re-publish or chop them up and repurpose them in other projects. We can remix and repurpose old art into new works of art, which will then enter the public domain of future generations.