In West Hollywood….Leica Gallery Los Angeles hosts an art talk today with Michael Rymer, (Dennys Ilic).

With a background in cinematography (having lensed the international multi-award-winning “Face to Face” for director Michael Sun-Jan24-LiecaGallery-dennysllicRymer), Dennys Ilic has for the past 13 years also pursued his passion as a professional photographer. Serving a staggering array of clients from major motion pictures, television, magazines and musicians, Dennys is now permanently based in Los Angeles where he has become best known for edgy and soulful images that capture the true essence of his subjects. His photography has been commissioned by a number of major film studios and musicians, including Warner Bros. Pictures, Roadshow, United Pictures International (UPI), Newline Cinema, Strange Music / Tech N9ne and Flo-Rida. His beautiful and haunting images of iconic sci-fi actresses Amanda Tapping, Tricia Helfer and Katee Sackhoff have sold for, and raised tens of thousands of dollars for charity. Dennys is also known for having photographed actor Daniel Radcliffe on many occasions from the age of 15 for the covers and editorial stories in hundreds of international publications associated with the release of the Harry Potter films.

Now based in Los Angeles Dennys continues to follow his passion for photography and his love of Leica cameras combining the two with portraiture of actors, actresses and musicians and a number of related books to be released in 2016.

What: Art Talk
Where: Leica Gallery Los Angeles, 8783 Beverly Blvd. West Hollywood
When: 12:00pm – 2:00pm
Phone: 424.777.0341


2016-LAFinePrintFairlogoIt’s the final day of the Los Angeles Fine Print Fair. Covering five centuries of traditional Japanese woodcuts to impressionist, modern and contemporary art, the annual fair features eighteen internationally based Fine art dealers in a stimulating environment where one can view, discuss and learn about prints from the field’s leading experts.

This year eighteen dealers – all members of the International Fine Print Dealers Association – will fill their booths at Bonham auction showroom with 17th – 21st centuries prints and drawings.

What: LA Fine Print Fair
Where: Bonham auction showroom (7601 Sunset Blvd in Hollywood)
When: Sunday 12pm – 5 pm


Downtown LA…
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Please join the Colburn School and studioeleven artists for a reception celebrating their exhibition “Coda at Colburn” today, Sunday, January 24, 2016.

See image: Flora Golden, The Fall (diptych), mixed media on cardboard, 75″ x 36″

This group show is currently on display at the Colburn School located next door to Museum of Contemporary Art and across Grand Avenue from The Broad and Walt Disney Concert Hall. Visitors to the exhibition may notify in advance for security clearance. Check in at the Olive Street building lobby of the Colburn School.

Parking Lots at Olive Street and Second Street or Walt Disney Concert Hall

On view: September 20, 2015 – August 1, 2016

What: Opening reception
Where: Colburn School, 200 South Grand Ave, Los Angeles CA
When: 1:00pm – 3:00pm


Of course it’s also the final day of photo l.a. Sunday – 11am-6pm;The Reef, LA Mart building (2nd floor) at 1933 S. Broadway, Los Angeles.


In Venice…

Sun-Jan24-Filmfest-Beyondbaroque7 Dudley Cinema proudly presents the 13th Annual VENICE FILM FEST -7pm- Colorful history of films made in Venice California, and celebration of the otherwordly happenings in Venice and around the legendary Venice West Gallery (birthplace of the Beats), aka Sponto Gallery. RARE clips include – noted English architectural critic Reyner Banham on VENICE, historian Jeffrey Stanton, Crumby/Nucci Band & Joe Nucci,

The feature film THE ALMIGHTY FRED aka THE MAN WHO WOULD BE FRED (1996, 90 minutes) at 8:30pm – Directed by Bill Kelman, this hilarious comedy shot in Venice stars long time Venice resident Jeff Michalski (in person), who is the seminal comedy improviser/educator highly praised by Stephen Colbert. Two brothers, down on their luck and in need of cash, cook up a scheme to create their own new religion. Their motto, See the Donut….Not the Hole, catches on beyond their wildest dreams.and more.

FREE admission, See Facebook Page

What: Screening
Where: Beyond Baroque, 681 Venice Blvd, Venice, CA 90291
When: 7pm – 10pm
Phone: 310-306-7330



Enjoy the arts!!