– ‘1984’ Film Trailer |
The Making of American Graffiti
More here @ Robin Hiers Art
See more @ Artists-republic.com/
Altman Seigel Gallery
– Trevor Paglen
…More @ the Altman Siegel Gallery: 49 Geary St. | San Francisco, California.
Venus Over Manhattan
…See more here @ VenusOverManhattan
New Masters Art Gallery – Carmel by the Sea
DOLORES BETWEEN 5TH & 6TH • CARMEL-BY-THE-SEA, CALIFORNIA
…Visit their web site here @ Newmastersgallery.com
Mar 2016 |
OC Art Blog
– Dick Marconi
– Great stuff. Check it out.
“Art washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life.”
Newport Beach, CA 92663
@ Ethos Contemporary
CALIFORNIA GALLERY GUIDES
Great site for information on California’s Art Galleries from Sonoma to La Jolla.
– JoAnn Artman Gallery
“JoAnne Artman opened her space at 326 North Coast Highway in Laguna Beach in 2008, presenting vibrant and eclectic exhibitions. Her roster of artists are rooted in her obvious passion for the artist’s individual voice and mastery of technique. All artists are award-winning, and their works have been shown and collected in museums and private collections in Southern California, around the country and internationally.”
Right here: JoAnn Artman
What Is ‘Hitchcock’s Rule’ & How Can It Help You Tell Better Visual Stories?
– No Film School
“In a quick tutorial from our friends at The Academy of Storytellers, Amina Moreau of Stillmotion describes Hitchcock’s Rule and shows you how to apply it in several different filmmaking contexts.”
Check it out here: Academy of Storyteller
– Very cool video presentation and of course the web site here: No Film School
VENUS OVER MANHATTAN GOES TO CALIFORNIA
– OC Weekly
“When people hear the words Laguna Beach art, they naturally think of paintings of dolphins, bucolic landscapes and idyllic Plein Air-style scenes. But at Artists Republic, a tiny gallery located on a stretch of South Coast Highway overlooking the ocean, there isn’t a seascape or classical painting in sight.
One of the newer galleries to dot the map of Laguna Beach’s art scene, Artists Republic has consistently showcased a series of world-renowned artists and talented locals who walk the line between fine conceptual art and youth culture, taking inspiration from modern skate culture, street art, graphic design, punk rock, surf art and more.
Founder Torrey Cook opened her first brick-and-mortar location in Laguna Beach in 2010, calling it Artists Republic 4 Tomorrow (AR4T). The tiny gallery received a welcome reception from the community. “It was kind of a surprise, I wasn’t sure what kind of response we’d get,” Cook says. “I thought we were going to be the redheaded stepchild, shunned by everyone else.”
Artists Republic, 1175 S. Coast Hwy., Laguna Beach, link: Artists-republic.com/
More here from the original article:
New works by Chris Johanson at Altman Siegel Gallery
Also: This is a particularly rich week in the city, with other must-see exhibitions opening of work by Barry McGee atRatio 3 gallery, 2831-A Mission St. (through Dec. 19), and Tavares Strachan at Anthony Meier Fine Arts, 1969 California St. (through Dec. 11).
— Charles Desmarais