Archive for July 1st, 2010


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In Los Angeles, cars serve purposes of all kinds.

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Deborah Calderwood’s childhood drawings are filled with forget-me-not creations like stick figures with boxed heads, amicable characters aptly named “furballs” whose bodies are made up of frantic pencil swirls, complete with wide lopsided eyes and mischievous smiles. The simplicity of the pen and charcoal renderings belies their sophistication as the works communicate a clear sense [...]

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The black and white effect on the Camera Bag application for Iphone transforms the lighting of the Whitney Museum into a sterile and unfamiliar environment.

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New York City in mid April

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Lawrence Asher Gallery presents “The Future of Paradise Past” a solo exhibition by Los Angeles artist Lisa Adams.  Spectators are greeted by November 4, 2008, a celestial canvas with “86” rendered in throbbing red paint.  The title of the work refers to Election Day and we have 86ed one administration in order to bring in [...]

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