18 February 2020

Los Angeles Gallery Visit February 2020 – Edward Lucie-Smith

I am just back from a quick trip to Los Angeles, which gave me a lot to consider – chiefly about how different the LA art world is from the one we have here in London, though it is also in some respects very much the same.

9 February 2017

Art Below Launch Billboard Event In Grand Union Station Los Angeles

Art Below the London-based organisation that curates artist-designed posters in tube stations, billboards as well as gallery exhibitions launches their first billboard event in Grand Union Station, Los Angeles. This February the organisation headed by Ben Moore will feature work by 28 UK and US-based emerging and established artists. Artlyst will again be a media partner for this engaging project.

2 February 2015

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Anish Kapoor Presents Recent Work At Regen Projects in Los Angeles

The Turner Prize winning artist Sir Anish Kapoor is currently presenting an exhibition of recent work at Regen Projects in Los Angeles. As one of the most influential sculptors of his generation, Kapoor’s work combines the formal concerns of minimalism with concerns for the material and psychical nature of both the object and the self. […]

16 March 2013

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Hugh Mendes To be exhibited In Los Angeles Solo Show

Work by the London-based painter Hugh Mendes will be exhibited at  GUSFORD | Los Angeles.  This will be his first solo exhibition at the gallery. Mendes will show a selection of Obituaries, an ongoing trompe l’oeil series that the artist has been working on for over a decade. Referencing the classic film noir genre, D.O.A […]

5 April 2012

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Peace Plinth Moves To Los Angeles For BritWeek

ART BELOW TO UNVEIL LONDON PEACE PLINTH IN LOS ANGELES Art Below are proud to announce that the ‘Plinth of Peace’, which stood on London’s Parliament Square since 2009 is now on its way to Los Angeles to be unveiled at the opening night of The BritWeek “ Britweek’s mission is to create greater awareness […]

24 February 2012

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Artist Ken Price Dies Before His Major Retrospective

The death has been reported of L.A. artist Kenneth Price, whose work with glazed and painted clay has transformed traditional ceramics and expanded orthodox definitions of American and European sculpture since the 1960s. He was 77. Price had just completed preparations for a 50-year retrospective, scheduled to open at the Los Angeles County Museum of […]