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My Turn At Carmichael Gallery: A Group Show With A Street Art Lean (Curated By Bumblebee)

Up through the end of this week at Carmichael Gallery in Culver City (5795 Washington Blvd.) is a globe-trotting exhibition with a somewhat street art lean. Bumblebee The appearance of materials such as stencils, spraypaint, and unconventional installation materials makes sense when one considers the curator of the show is none other than Los Angeles...Read...
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Sacrilege – A Dark, Religion-Themed Group Show

Los Angeles’ Congregation Gallery has coordinated a host of artists to create works around the topic of dark religion. Many Seattle artists showed their works, including Don Farrell, Jethaniel Peterka, and Yvette Endrijautski. You can see some of the pieces, along with notes on why they were created, below. Don Farrell In The Light Of...Read...
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Where Do We Go Now? Film Review (Lebanon)

Directed by Nadine Labaki; 2011 Where Do We Go Now? opens on an unremarkable dirt road. A group of women hugs the frame tightly. They are of all shapes and sizes — young and old, supermodel beautiful and commoner modest — and upon first glance, their only shared quality is that they are all clad...Read...
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High Places – The Pull Music Video

Hi-definition and hi-contrast color mix with black and white graininess in this new video for High Places’ “The Pull.” Examining naturalistic settings with the help of unnatural manmade light, the video, like the song, is at once romantic and unsettling. One is unsure of whether the florals are symbolic of sexuality or are merely just...Read...
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