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‘She’s Banged Up’ 2009-2010  oil, spray paint & alkyd resin on paper on panel  47 x 41 inches Image Courtesy of the Larry Mullins and Blythe Projects The works of Larry Mullins signal a rare moment where the fragility of language is met with an equally rigorous and meticulous handling of painting. When presented with [...]

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The date was November 22, 1963.  Forty seven years ago today John F. Kennedy was assassinated as his motorcade passed through Dealey Plaza in downtown Texas.  If not for the silent 8mm footage from a bystander by the name of Zapruder, there would still be more questions than answers surrounding the murder and the shattering [...]

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In his first solo show in Los Angeles “Black Tie, White Noise” John Andolsek presents an unconventional manner of viewing imagery that has long allured the imagination of Western culture such as currency, corporate logos, cellophane American flags, and John F. Kennedy.  While the acquisition of wealth, power, and political gain lie at the crux [...]

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Here’s a brief glimpse into my current art scene radar.  I invite you to send me shows and artists that are currently on your radar. Happening Now John Andolsek “Black Tie, White Noise” at Blythe Project through October 23 Oil on linen renderings of the rise and fall of Americana. http://www.blytheprojects.net/artists/john-andolsek/ Alt Space at the [...]

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Don’t let its size fool you.  The tiny Digital Harinezumi camera combines the unpredictability of analogue with the portability of digital technology and has inspired the Masses to embrace a style of filmmaking that is intimate, poetic, and groundbreaking. Matt Amato rolls up to Blythe Projects on a chrome hybrid cruiser complete with chopper-inspired handlebars [...]

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“The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes.” – Marcel Proust The places and names that make up our memory are but collections of photographs taken by the mind’s eye- they are a heap of fragmented images that mature with the perceptual filter through which they are [...]

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An imagined state of being where life persists in a perfectly imperfected state, Mark Schoening “Cloudcuckooland” is both a state of mind and place of being.  The typography chosen for “Cloudcuckooland” is distantly similar to the strewn letters of the Hollywood sign perched on a lonely hill.  Schoening’s panels combine layers of acrylic ink, carbon [...]

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