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LEARN: Urban Therapy (Or How to Tackle Noise Pollution with Art)

Posted on: June 28th, 2011

Pedro Reyes’ Guggenheim Project Offered Creative Counseling for New Yorkers

Pedro Reyes, a Mexican artist, tackled New York City’s noise pollution with art. His project Sanatorium was the inaugural project in a forthcoming series of interdisciplinary works commissioned by the Guggenheim Museum for a two-year project exploring “stillness.” (more…)

SEE: Videos for L.A. Metro

Posted on: August 28th, 2011

Student Video Works On L.A. Public Transit June 13-17

A new, roaming public art project is about to hit the streets of Los Angeles. Videos by artists and teens will be shown on Transit TV, the televisions on the Los Angeles Metro System, in a Freewaves project called Out the Window. This project engages the youth of L.A. in a creative process and shares the product with a mobile audience. (more…)

SEE: Sports Art History

Posted on: July 13th, 2011

For the Kids at Salon 94 Freemans


Pairing early Jeff Koons works with late 1980s sports lithographs, the For the Kids exhibition traces a moment when sports figures were verging on becoming full-fledged Pop stars. (more…)

SEE: When in Rome

Posted on: June 18th, 2011

The Exhibition When in Rome Brings to Town Some of the Best Artists the Eternal City Has to Offer


Set within a backdrop recalling a decadent 1970s Roman nightclub, replete with mirrored walls and wine-red carpet, the group exhibition When in Rome (April 20-May 21, 2011) made its debut at the Italian Cultural Institute of Los Angeles this Wednesday, April 20. (more…)