Gift Shop: What To Buy

FOR THE TRAVELER Just a few small things that could make flying, driving, and taking the train more enjoyable, and hopefully more comfortable. Perfect to give to your always-busy friends and those frequent “out-of-town”ers. MUJI Travel Pillow $15.00 from The MoMA Store (for vibrant play) 4-in-1 Travel Adaptor 2013 $25.00 from The MoMA Store (for easy transitions) Braun

Gift Shop: What To Buy

FOR THE INTELLECTUAL Great to give to creative high-schoolers, artistic academics, and anyone who enjoys getting lost in their thoughts. Mel Bochner: Amazing Notebook $10.00 from Art Markit (for impulsive ideas)

Gift Shop: What To Buy

GIFTS BY ARTISTS & CREATIVES  Art and products by artists make great gifts for yourself, loved ones, friends and colleagues. Check out some of these gifts we’ve picked from some great sites and shops. explore gifts in one of the categories below: FOR YOURSELF FOR THE KIDS FOR THE HOUSE FOR THE INTELLECTUAL FOR THE TRAVELER

Gift Shop: What To Buy

FOR THE KIDS Great to give as presents for new parents, kids’ birthdays, and in celebration of family milestones all while encouraging the exploration of contemporary art and artists.  RXART: Coloring Book, Volume 2 $20.00 from Art Markit (for sophisticated coloring) Lawrence Weiner: Building Blocks $50.00 from Art Markit (for creative building) Rainbow Arches $88.00 from GRACIE: SMMoA (for vibrant play)

Gift Shop: What To Buy

FOR THE HOUSE Perfect as housewarming presents, and also great to give as gifts on rare visits to distant family and friends, these artists’ objects add a special artistic flare wherever they end up.  Whether new for the house, or an addition to an existing collection, from candles to mobile galleries, we are confident you’ll find something you

Last Chance

Here is a list of shows and exhibitions that are closing soon: Westside Allan Sekula: Ship of Fools Christopher Grimes Gallery 916 Colorado Ave. Santa Monica, CA 90401 Through September 6 Made in L.A. 2014 Hammer Museum 10899 Wilshire Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90024 Through September 7 Earth Matters Land and Material as Metaphor in the Arts

On View: Beyond

Here is a list of shows and exhibitions to check out while you’re just beyond L.A. To browse special events and openings this week, check out PLAN ForYourArt To see what else is going on this week, check out The Long List Check out L.A. artists in N.Y: #LAinNY NANCY BUCHANAN, MORGAN CANAVAN, SIDSEL MEINECHE HANSEN through July 30 Potts

On View: Eastside

Here is a list of shows and exhibitions to check out while you’re on the Eastside To browse special events and openings this week, check out PLAN ForYourArt To see what else is going on this week, check out The Long List Check out L.A. artists in N.Y: #LAinNY Joan Weinzettle: Varieties of Disturbance through July 30 Elephant 3325 Division

On View: Hollywood

 Here is a list of shows and exhibitions to check out while you’re in Hollywood To browse special events and openings this week, check out PLAN ForYourArt To see what else is going on this week, check out The Long List Check out L.A. artists in N.Y: #LAinNY Blue Danube through July 29 Overduin and Co. 6693 Santa Monica Blvd Los Angeles, CA

On View: Westside

 Here is a list of shows and exhibitions to check out while you’re in the Westside To browse special events and openings this week, check out PLAN ForYourArt To see what else is going on this week, check out The Long List Check out L.A. artists in N.Y: #LAinNY Eyewitness Views Making History in Eighteenth-Century Europe through July 30 The

TAKE A TRIP Itineraries for local and far reaching art pilgrimages here in Los Angeles and beyond. Art Across America Paddle 8 Paddle 8 features 12 cities across the US great for art sightseeing. Submitted by art-world professionals, this post provides information on what to see, where to stay, and other non-art attractions from Charleston

Gift Shop

GIFT SHOP Art and products by artists make great gifts for yourself, loved ones, friends and colleagues. In need of the perfect gift? Check out our constantly updated list from these great sites and shops.  Art Markit Find everyday products by renowned and crowd-sourced artists from all around the globe, including our very own Barbara

Fall 2014 Galas and Ticketed Events

For patrons, here is a list of ticketed events we think you should know about that help to support art and artists in Los Angeles. Individual tickets range from $40 to $5,000. Saturday, October 25, 2014 18is25 18th Street Arts Center (Westside) | 6-10pm (Sat., Oct. 25) | 1-5pm (Sun., Oct. 26) 18th Street Arts Center celebrates the

FYA at 6020: Sundown Stock & Exchange

The Los Angeles Seminary for Embodied and Civic Arts presents  Sundown Stock & Exchange  at ForYourArt at 6020 Wilshire Blvd. Friday August 29th: 7 – 9pm Saturday August 30th – Monday September 1st: 12 – 5pm The Los Angeles Seminary for Embodied and Civic Arts and its extended community present Sundown Stock & Exchange. This Labor Day weekend marketplace explores

Summer Events ForYourArt

JUNE Thursday, June 12 Cipher #1 Launch Party ForYourArt at 6020 Wilshire Blvd. (Miracle Mile) 7-9pm Join co-editors Glenn Kaino and Sue Bell Yank at ForYourArt to launch Cipher #1, a ‘zine on art, systems of commerce, and shoes. Cipher #1 features artwork by Theaster Gates, Gabriel Kuri, Aaron Sandnes and essays by Neil Brenner, Julia Bryan-Wilson, and Luis Jacob. The event includes free tacos,

HUO and the Angel by Frederic Tuten

Novelist Frederic Tuten sent ForYourArt a short story inspired by John Baldessari’s cover of the art issue of Surface. For the cover, Baldessari paired Wolfgang Tillmans’ portrait of Hans Ulrich Obrist, the subject of the issue, with the angel from Tintoretto’s Miracle of the Slave (1548). HUO and the Angel By Frederic Tuten We plan to

LEARN: Essay by Sue Bell Yank

Essay by Sue Bell Yank on the occasion of A Mess and a Pleasure: Practicing in Public There is inherent tension in the prospect of translation. Though we normally imagine an act of translation as rendering one language into another, what we are really talking about is how to communicate what is in our heads