A Feel For Nature: Textile designer Fiona Howard
Milk Carton Kids: 14,000 Missing Childhoods and Counting is a stark reminder of toll of detained minors
Del Rey textile designer Fiona Howard translates local flora into patterns for home décor entirely by hand
Textile artist Fiona Howard knows the value of taking her time. For 30 years, she has crafted colorful and crisp contemporary patterns for home goods, fabrics, furnishings and wallpaper, working completely by hand. While many other artists in her field have migrated to computers for ease, Howard never abandoned the organic charm of hand-designed pieces.
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Incendiary Energy - Timothy Warren Williams ‘Sunshine Deathmask” speaks volumes through bullets, bones and fire
The motif of the milk carton updated to reflect a contemporary crisis.
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Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors @ The Broad
“Sunshine Deathmask” Speaks Volumes Through Bullets, Bones And Fire
Pretty, Ugly, and Proud | Playa Vista Direct
“Our earth is only one polka dot among a million stars in the cosmos” – Yayoi Kusama
Kerry James Marshall: Mastery @ MOCA
Howie Ronay never imagined that a bike ride in Chicago would be the catalyst for a life-changing project, but that’s exactly how Pretty Ugly Gallery began.
A Castle Fit for a Kingshott | Playa Vista Direct
“I tend to think having that extreme of color, that kind of black, is amazingly beautiful…and powerful. What I was thinking to do with my image was to reclaim the image of blackness as an emblem of power.” – Kerry James Marshall
An Explosion of Creativity at 18th Street Art Center
Most mornings you can find Jennifer Kingshott out and about in Playa Vista. Her friends and neighbors sometimes joke that she’s the area’s unofficial ambassador
The Body Electric | Pam Douglas
Riot Grrrl punk, experimental art installations and draughts of more than 100 craft beers collide this Saturday for the 7th annual Beer, Art & Music Festival — BAM Fest for short — to raise funds for the nonprofit 18th Street Arts Center in Santa Monica.
Cindy Sherman | Imitation of Life @ The Broad
Artist Pam Douglas uses heartbeats to explore the tensions and pleasures of the human experience in “Rhythms", her new exhibit at Bergamot Station.
Art School Eden: Black Mountain College At The Hammer Museum
With over 120 pieces organized in loose chronology, Cindy Sherman: Imitation of Life examines breadth of Cindy Shermans’s four decade career with limited critical interruption.
From ingenue to housewife, baroness and gym coach, Sherman’s work is a course in Drag LiteTM acknowledging the fluid nature of identity while only exploring thin slices of its possibilities.
Leap Before You Look: Black Mountain College (1933-1957) at the Hammer presents the first ever comprehensive survey of the North Carolina College in the United States.