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Review: VeroTalks Ecce Vinum Wine Tasting Event, with Yannick Benjamin

2021-03-27T21:53:46+00:00By |Food / Wine / Beer Events, Restaurant / Wine Reviews, Reviews|

On March 24, 2021, Vero hosted a virtual wine tasting event from its series Verotalks. The event was moderated by Sommelier Yannick Benjamin, co-founder of Wine on Wheels, and Wheeling Forward. Benjamin introduced winemaker Moisés Casas of Ecce Vinum, and Elena García

On View thru March 28, 2021: Rele Gallery “Orita Meta – Crossroads”

2021-03-31T03:55:18+00:00By |Past Events, Reviews|

A new Los Angeles gallery opens its doors in the midst of social upheaval and a worldwide pandemic. Rele Gallery, one of Africa’s foremost galleries of contemporary art based in Lagos, Nigeria, opens its first international space in Los Angeles, CA

“Vastness” by Margaret Lazzari @ George Billis LA

2020-08-24T06:26:05+00:00By |Art Parties / Exhibitions / Fairs, Reviews|

In the presence of a world-historical phenomenon, Ms. Lazzari testifies to the naturally beautiful at George Billis Gallery LA. It is a wonderful gesture that her most eruptive compositions in Vastness are unstretched canvasses out of creative happenstance due to the

Review: “VANITY FAIR: HOLLYWOOD CALLING,” Annenberg Space for Photography

2020-03-24T19:33:20+00:00By |Art Parties / Exhibitions / Fairs, Reviews|

Due to the Covid-19 health crisis, the Annenberg Space for Photography is closed.  CLICK HERE to view an online preview of its current exhibition “VANITY FAIR: HOLLYWOOD CALLING.” Read my review in the LA Weekly. The group exhibition features forty years of

Review: UNREALITY, Works by Lisa Adams and Kelly McLane at the Pete and Susan Barrett Art Gallery

2020-03-07T00:24:41+00:00By |Art Parties / Exhibitions / Fairs, Reviews|

The work of artists Lisa Adams and Kelly McLane present dream-like romantically haunting dystopian visions of the troubling social reality we live in.  The viewer is somewhat thrown off balance as the imagery may be perceived as unsettling while being very

Review: Four Quartets at UCLA’s Center for the Art of Performance at Royce Hall

2020-02-20T09:16:07+00:00By |Dance, Reviews|

T.S. Eliot’s sequence of poems, Four Quartets, was brought to life through the creative collaboration that joined together the engaging choreography of Pam Tanowit, a dreamy score composed by Kaija Saariaho as performed live by The Knights, backed by large scale

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