Be a Patron and Help Fund the Restaging of Eleanor Antin’s 1979 Performance Before the Revolution at the Hammer Museum January 29, 2012
LA><ART has just released Which way to the Revolution?, a limited edition of 10 archival prints printed on cotton rag paper by Eleanor Antin. Proceeds from this edition will help fund the restaging of her 1979 performance Before the Revolution in which Antin originally played all 12 roles herself with a cast of painted, life-size puppets. (more…)
Serigraph Blue Narcissus benefits artist-run Workspace
“For my first edition I extended my investigation of process as a way of performative image making into a Serigraph print. Inspired by the myth of Narcissus, in which he becomes transfixed by his own reflection in a pool of water not realizing that his image is indeed himself doubled, Blue Narcissus performs the condition of self-reflection and spatial closure inherent in the process of Serigraphy” –Amir Nikravan
FYA Talks With Consultant Lisa Schiff About When You Need an Art Advisor and What to Do When You’re Ready
ForYourArt talks to some of the most sought-after advisors in this ongoing feature about how to find an art advisor and how to make that relationship a successful one. (more…)
Support Local Nonprofits by Collecting Benefit Editions
Artists regularly collaborate with nonprofits to produce limited-edition artworks, the sales from which benefit the organization. The advantages of these works include: they are expertly curated from emerging as well as big-name artists at more accessible prices and a fantastic way to support the arts, arts organizations and artists – the perfect way to get your feet wet collecting.