• Frieze Los Angeles Preview in Pictures – 洛杉矶流苏 …

    NEW! 2019.02.16 · 发表评论

    Take a look at the inaugural edition of the fairDavid Kordansky GalleryGagosianTrulee HallSfeir-Semler – 看一看费尔达维·科尔丹斯基画廊的开幕版《加古西安特鲁雷·哈尔斯费尔·塞姆勒》。

  • What Kind of Platform do Young Artists Need to Jump-Start …

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    The Crest Theatre first opened on Christmas Day, 1940, and though it has changed hands – and names – several times since then, the Art Deco façade sitting on Westwood Boulevard has always been a head-turner; located near the UCLA campus, the building had continued to catch Kristy Edmunds’s eye over the years. The Executive and Artistic Director for the Center for the Art of Performance (CAP) at UCLA had been able to gain access to the 500-seat space for the occasional performance (the venue was originally a theatre for live performance built for Frances Seymour Fonda before being converted to a newsreel cinema during WWII), but felt that its potential was still left untapped. – 克雷斯特剧院于1940年圣诞节首次开张,尽管从那时起它已经易手改名了好几次,但坐落在韦斯特伍德大道上的装饰艺术总让人头晕目眩;这座建筑位于加州大学洛杉矶分校附近,多年来一直吸引着克里斯蒂·埃德蒙兹的目光。加州大学洛杉矶分校(UCLA)表演艺术中心(CAP)的执行和艺术总监已经能够获得500个座位的临时演出空间(该场地原本是为弗朗西斯·西摩·方达建造的现场演出剧院,二战期间改为新闻片电影院),但他认为它的潜力仍然没有开发。

  • L.A. Walk of Art: Special Events – 洛杉矶艺术之旅: …

    NEW! 2019.02.15 · 发表评论

    This Saturday’s HighlightsWho says L.A. isn’t a walking city?Presented with ForYourArt to mark the launch of Frieze Los Angeles, the free L.A. Walk of Art on Saturday, February 16, involves twelve self-guided routes across the city, exploring neighborhoods of galleries and museums as well as places to eat and shop. Join the L.A. Walk of Art, by car, by foot and by metro, to take part in special events on the different routes. Download the Walk of Art Route Map or see the routes here. – 这个星期六的亮点谁说洛杉矶不是一个步行的城市?2月16日,星期六,免费洛杉矶艺术之行在洛杉矶举行,活动包括12条自助路线穿过城市,探索画廊和博物馆的街区,以及吃饭和购物的地方。参加洛杉矶艺术步行、汽车、步行和地铁,参加不同路线的特殊活动。下载步行艺术路线图或在此处查看路线。

  • Additional Friday Tickets Released Today – 今天发布 …

    NEW! 2019.02.15 · 发表评论

    A limited number of additional tickets for Friday Preview and Private View have just been released today due to popular demand. – 由于大众的需求,今天仅发布了少量的星期五预览和私人视图的附加门票。

  • “弗里兹周”播客打开了洛杉矶

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  • Outdoor Art Commission Celebrates the Streets of Los Angel …

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    In celebration of Frieze Los Angeles, Frieze’s global partner LIFEWTR has commissioned L.A. artist Tofer Chin to create a public artwork. Facing West 6th Street at The Standard DTLA, Chin’s work is a mural, entitled Progression (2019). Hand painted in the artist’s signature graphic style, Progression is inspired, Chin says, by the play of light on the metallic strips in the architecture surrounding the site during L.A.’s famous ‘golden hour’. – 为了庆祝Frieze洛杉矶,Frieze的全球合作伙伴Lifewtr委托洛杉矶艺术家Tofer Chin创作了一幅公共艺术品。Chin的作品是一幅题为《进展》(2019)的壁画,正对标准DTLA的西六街。Chin说,在洛杉矶著名的“黄金时光”期间,建筑周围的金属条上的光的作用,激发了艺术家的标志性图形风格的进步。

  • Jenn Nkiru: 'Black to Techno' – Jenn Nkiru …

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    A cursory glance at the history of techno music suggests paradoxes. The product of an intersection of factors and influences resolutely local to a certain time in the urban American Midwest, it soon found a passionate audience halfway around the world, in West Berlin. Embedded in black, working and middle class experience, it became an expression of revolutionary hope and optimism.  In Black to Techno, Jenn Nkiru explores the origins and impact of the radical musical movement that originated in Detroit in precisely this complexity. – 粗略地看一眼技术音乐的历史,就会发现悖论。由于各种因素和影响的交集,在美国中西部城市的某个特定时间内,它很快在世界各地的西柏林找到了热情的听众。在黑人、工人和中产阶级的经验中,它成为了革命希望和乐观主义的一种表达。在《从黑人到技术》中,Jenn Nkiru探讨了起源于底特律的激进音乐运动的起源和影响,正是这种复杂性。

  • 艺术品经销商玛丽·布恩因税务欺诈被判入狱30个月

    NEW! 2019.02.14 · 发表评论

    The veteran New York gallerist pleaded guilty to two counts of tax evasion last yearMary Boone, 2009. Courtesy: Getty Images; photograph: Clint Spaulding/Patrick McMullan – 这位资深的纽约苦役犯去年承认了两项逃税指控,玛丽·布恩,2009年。礼节:盖蒂图片社;照片:克林特·斯伯丁/帕特里克·麦克马伦

  • Radical Japanese Architect Junya Ishigami to Create Slate …

    NEW! 2019.02.14 · 发表评论

    His design will emerge from Kensington Gardens like a low-lying cloud, with its interior intended as ‘a refuge for contemplation’ – 他的设计将从肯辛顿花园中浮出水面,就像低矮的云,其内部设计是“沉思的避难所”。