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Juxtapoz March 2015: Robert Williams

This one is special. Not only do we get to celebrate the opening of “20 Years Under the Influence of Juxtapoz” , but we get to honor the opening of new works by our founder, Robert Williams, at the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery. 131 more words

Art Books

Artist a Day Challenge No.5: Retna

One day, I will crack the code to Retna’s personalized alphabet that is a skillful fusion of Old English, Hebrew, Asian and Arabic calligraphy.  In the meantime, I enjoy his work in abstraction.   23 more words

Art/Culture

Welcome to Deitchland: After a Stint in L.A. Jeffrey Deitch Once Again Takes New York

The first thing I saw when I entered Jeffrey Deitch’s Oz-on-Acid fairly bonkers performance-stuffed party last Friday celebrating Live the Art—a brick of a coffee table book out from Rizzoli that documents the 15 years of his beyond wacky, insanely important art space, Deitch Projects—was the name of the impresario’s beloved bygone space done up in the font and design of a Brillo Pad. 892 more words

Debbie Harry's Heart of Glass Captured in Picture Show Honoring Blondie's 40th Anniversary

It’s been 40 years since Chris Stein and Debbie Harry teamed up to form Blondie and take over the burgeoning punk scene in New York. To celebrate the milestone, Jeffrey Deitch, … 110 more words

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Remember You Well at the Chelsea Hotel: Princess Gloria von Thurn und Taxis Has an Art Show, Rides a Motorcycle

“She’s here,” said a tall German woman in a full-length leopard-print dress. She and others at the Hotel Chelsea Storefront gravitated to the narrow doorway for the entrance of Princess Gloria von Thurn und Taxis, whose installation of 60 hand-drawn portraits of famous people, all vaguely connected to the Chelsea Hotel, opened last night. 484 more words

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Meet: Teresa Herrera, TV Presenter, Actress, & Art Consultant

To the public, she is a famous model, TV presenter, actress and now, art consultant. To me, she is my big sister. She’s the person who tells us siblings what books to read, places to go, friends of hers we should meet, and most importantly…. 1,059 more words

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