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Robert Smithson, Spiral Jetty, 1970, Rozel Point, Great Salt Lake, Utah, © HoltSmithson
Foundation/Licensed by VAGA, New York, NY. 
Photograph by  Gianfranco Gorgoni © Gianfranco
Gorgoni, 1970.
Image courtesy of LACMA.

THE GESTALT OF VIRGINIA DWAN

There were a number of “fine art” galleries in Los Angeles in the late 1950s, but when it came to contemporary art with a future, “there were really only two”: Irving Blum’s Ferus (on the La Cienega corridor), and Virginia Dwan’s storefront in Westwood, the DWAN GALLERY.* Dwan and Blum had the instinct and the […]

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Dancestorm, by Rebeca Hernandez

UNTAMED AT HUMAN RESOURCES

On March 31, choreographers Livya Howard–Yashar, Andrea Ordaz, Olivia Mia Orozco, and Zoe Rappaport will present their work in UNTAMED: AN EVENING OF MOVEMENT at HUMAN RESOURCES LA. Ordaz, Orozco, and Rebeca Hernandez will also screen a selection of their dance films, and a set of music by Sudan Archives from Stones Throw will close […]