Enjoy a virtual art party with artist Sol Hill. He has been creating art since he was a child. Raised in Santa Fe, his parents were both artists. He utilizes contemporary digital imaging technology to create (what he calls) Metagraphs, a
The Fowler Museum at UCLA offers the public a culture fix with its online series - Fowler: Now at Home. Here you can find a variety of videos showcasing the Rina Banerjee exhibition - "Make Me a Summary of the World,"
I’m happy to feature my hometown of New York City during this pandemic. Needless to say in normal times, LAArtParty only features events taking place in Los Angeles, but since so many of us are know sheltering at home, it’s a
M+B is pleased to present a video presentation of Matthew Brandt discussing his current exhibition titled "Vatnajökull." The show marks the debut of a new series which takes on the glacial terrain in Iceland as its subject. This new body of
One of the heartwarming moments I witness on a daily work is watching entire families on their bicycles. I see couples walking together through the neighborhood. As I walk through my neighborhood, I smile when I observe children chalk drawing on
Skidmore Contemporary Art celebrates two artists Tracey Sylvester Harris, and Isabel Emrich - Call now for an appointment to view these exhibitions at 310-828-5070. Below are some words from the artists. Tracey Sylvester Harris, Swim Time, 2020, Oil on canvas, 60"
Vielmetter Los Angeles is pleased to present an ambitious series of new paintings by Esther Pearl Watson. “Safer at Home: Pandemic Paintings” was begun in March at the onset of the shelter in place orders in Los Angeles and spans the timeline of
In this surreal time of Corona virus, I want to point out a talented surrealist artist that you should be watching. Eva Montanari is a brilliant Italian illustrator who has published several books. She is currently under lock-down in Rimini Italy,
While we are all still working from home, I want to encourage everyone to take time to view this monumental exhibition curated by Jeffrey Deitch in 2011. From the curator: "Art in the Streets," which I presented at the Museum of
Gus Harper recently pemiered new series titled “Black Series One” in February 2020. He is a talented and prolific artist . Read an interview on our sister site EatTravelGo. Click Here, or go to the Stories section of ETG - on