Work by Anh Do

  1. SANYA KANTAROVSKY Blue Notebook № 10

    MARC FOXX is pleased to present the first American solo exhibition by Russian-born, Los Angeles-based artist, Sanya Kantarovsky. SANYA KANTAROVSKY Blue Notebook № 10 (as first written in “Голубая Тетрадь’” or “The Blue Notebook”) FEBRUARY 18- MARCH 24 2012

  2. Works Sited presents “Stefan Themerson and Language” (1976)

    In tandem with a new display by Angie Keefer and Robert Snowden at LA Public Library, Works Sited presents a screening of: “Stefan Themerson and Language” (1976) Friday, February 24th, 7-9pm with an introduction by Stuart Bailey at Hop Louie (950

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    Saturday, February 25, 2012, 8 am – 2 pm Sky Village Swap Meet 7028 Theatre Road, Yucca Valley (behind Barr Lumber) Join High Desert Test Sites for the 6th edition of Amy & Wendy Yao’s Art Swapmeet – loads of

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  4. ALL CUT UP by Patrick Jackson

    Patrick Jackson sculptures in the alley behind 1451 East 4th St LA CA 90033 Friday, February 17th 7 – 10 pm

  5. My Barbarian’s Broke People’s Baroque Peoples’ Theater at Human Resources

    “Object Opera (Rehearsal: Dance of the Sailors and Witches at the Fall of Carthage),” 2012 Join LA’s Human Resources this Saturday February 11, from 7-10pm as they present My Barbarian’s Broke People’s Baroque Peoples’ Theater, a residency in the form of

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    Martiniano Lopez Crozet, one half of Los Super Elegantes, has started his own eponymous unisex shoe line, which will debut this spring at select stores. But Los Angelenos are in for a real treat this Saturday when he hosts a sample

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  7. Los Angeles Free Music Society: Beneath The Valley of The Lowest Form of Music

    From January 14 – February 25, 2012, The Box in LA is inaugurating its new location with Beneath The Valley of The Lowest Form of Music: The Los Angeles Free Music Society ‘1972-2012’, a comprehensive exhibition of LAFMS’s history which includes black & white

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  8. Salad Days by Tara Sinn

    Tara Sinn is a NY based graphic designer and artist. She creates websites, music videos and motion graphics for the internet. I’ve been a longtime fan of her numerous multimedia projects, which are always smart, fun and inspirational. From January 10 – February

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  9. Art Basel Miami: Special screening of CAPUT, a film by Harmony Korine

    The 10th edition of Art Basel Miami begins this Thursday. Mondrian Sessions and The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles have partnered up for a special screening of  CAPUT, a film by Harmony Korine starring James Franco, this Thursday December 1st at Mondrian

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  10. Oliver Payne: The Physical Impossibility Of Playing Bullet Hell Games In The Mind Of Someone Who Plays Angry Birds, 2011

    The new issue of Nero Magazine (Issue 27, Autumn 2011) features a new project by artist Oliver Payne.   Courtesy Gavin Brown’s Enterprise, New York and Herald St, London.

  11. Speaking in Tongues: Wallace Berman and Robert Heinecken, 1961-1976

    Los Angeles – –  Though the Pacific Standard Time blockbuster exhibitions at the major institutions are something to behold, “Speaking in Tongues,” the Wallace Berman and Robert Heinecken show at Armory Center for the Arts is a standout. The curation by Claudia Bohn-Spector and Sam

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