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BREAK BREAD

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BREAK BREAD | RECAP Written by: Baha H. Danesh Located at  Think Tank Gallery  DTLA  Featuring : Scott Hove  and Bakers’s Son  Over the years, Think Tank Gallery has become one LA’s top cultural destinations. They’ve hosted groundbreaking art shows, fashion events, musical performances and even converted the gallery into a one of a kind […]

Los Angeles Art Show 2016 |Recap

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Los Angeles Art Show 2016 | Recap Written By Desiree Cormier We Choose Art’s FEMINIST Correspondence The internationally acclaimed Los Angeles Art Show, held at the Los Angeles Convention Center, was the IT-place to be this past weekend. The 180,000 square foot art fair benefitted St. Jude Medical Center and featured paintings, sculptures, installations and […]

Jill Joy

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Jill Joy Gallery | Opening Day Los Angeles, CA Written by Genie Davis Jill Joy creates vivid, large, abstract oil paintings. Infused with the light of her Southern California home, Joy references both sea and sky in her new series “Consciousness – New Paintings,” which she describes as “an expression of the unseen worlds of […]

Dwora Fried

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Dwora Fried’s BIG BOX / little box Written by: Desiree Cormier Dwora Fried creates tiny tableaux inside glass fronted boxes. She populates them with miniature vintage furniture, dolls, toys and fabrics from the 50’s, adding photographs, plastic ,wood, metal and paint. Her small rooms evoke what it was like to grow up as an outsider in postwar Vienna: being jewish, lesbian and a […]

Wyatt Mills | Normal

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Wyatt Mills | NORMAL Written By: Baha H. Danesh  We Choose Art has yet again fallen in love with the new works of Wyatt Mills, a Los Angeles based painter who admires telling stories through contorted lines, fragments of thought, and hidden imagery. His newest body of work, “Normal,” confronts standard ideologies and concepts surrounding what it means […]

Art Makes Change – Photo Recap

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Art Makes Change – Photo Recap Photographed by Baha Danesh.  The official gallery of VisionLA Fest is only open a few more days but the We Choose Art team is here to share an inside glimpse into the opening night of the Art Makes Change gala event. This  group exhibition included 70 local Los Angeles artists whose work […]

Dani Dodge

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Dani Dodge Written by Andrea Bogdan Artist: Dani Dodge Location: Los Angeles Occupation: Installation artist A new installation is bubbling up deep in the Brewery Art Colony. The genesis of the idea began in an old home that artist Dani Dodge restored years ago by arduously scraping through decades of old wallpaper. The original skin […]

Sarah Horwitz

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Sarah Horwitz Written by: Baha H. Danesh If you find yourself in Los Angeles between now and December 20th 2015, I sincerely hope you can experience the lush, deep imagery of Sarah Horwitz’s inside the American Jewish University. She is one of 39 artists in 7,567mi, Los Angeles to Jerusalem, presented by the Jewish Artists […]

Linda Sue Price

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Linda Sue Price Location: Los Angeles Occupation: Neon Artist Written By: Desiree Cormier Linda Sue Price is an abstract neon artist based in southern California. She creates neon pieces of art that differ from her peers in appearance because she loves to break the 2-dimensional plane. Unlike your typical neon signs that have their tubes […]

VisionLA Fest 2015

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VisionLA Fest has invited the L.A. arts community to get involved in a vitally important project. By engaging the international dialogue on climate change, imagining creative responses and building momentum for change, artists and storytellers have a crucial role to play in shaping a better future. A citywide celebration of the power of art to […]
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