Agnès Varda, a quintessential French New Wave film director, is the subject of an upcoming L.A. show that explores a few fruitful years the director spent in the Golden State.
A staffer at LACMA recently classified the frequent phenomenon of running into someone who has worked with the artist or been taught by him as "six degrees of John Divola."
When visitors enter the inaugural show at Tif Sigfrids's new Hollywood gallery, they might wonder where the art is. The independent-curator-turned-dealer will be seated at a desk in the middle of the empty space for "Portraits: An Exhibition Inside...
Murakami's debut feature film, Jellyfish Eyes, makes breaking down the divide between art and commerce look like child's play.
Gaillard, 32, began showing only in 2004, when he started setting off fire extinguishers in parks as a way to temporarily "graffiti" the land, in a commentary on the erosion and destruction of the urban landscape.