Caandides is a French group composed of four boys: Théo, Dylan, Noé and Jules. They met each other at school, and never stopped playing. I have followed their music since the beginning. They work closely with young artists, directors, and graphic designers, so each concert or music video is special. Perfect music for the summer. Enjoy […]
Last week, Pierre Henry performed for one week at le carreau du temple in Paris. Pierre Henry is a pioneer of the musique concrete genre in electronic music. He is now almost 90 years old, impossible to believe.
Something hip is happening at The Getty! Now you can visit the museum on the hill, and enjoy a beautiful California summer evening outside, listening to music, watching performance, and enjoying local beers and bites. Sarah Cooper is curating a great series of Friday night events at The Getty this summer: Friday Flights. I’m really excited […]
On Saturday evening I went to a performance by Katie Grinnan’s Astrology Orchestra, which took place in the center of Michael Parker’s outdoor installation “The Unfinished.” (You can read my blog post about Michael Parker’s “The Unfinished” here.) The LA River was looking quite green and lush. It was surprising and somewhat sad to see this roadrunner […]
Please join us this Thursday night, June 5th, from 6-8PM, in Los Angeles at Ooga Booga Chinatown, for the launch of Pentti Monkkonen‘s new monograph Box Truck Paintings, published by our very own DoPe Press! Pentti Monkkonen was also featured on the cover of issue no.10 of Paris-LA Magazine. At 7PM, artist Evan Holloway will […]
Michael Clark Screening and performance at 356 Mission, Los Angeles Sunday May 4 Please join us for a performance by Michael Clark at 356 S. Mission Road. Doors open at 6 PM with an informal screening of Hail the New Puritan (1987, 85 min), performance begins at 7:30 PM sharp. This is a free event and everyone is […]
An exhibition about women in Paris, from 1880-1914, and how they were depicted in art, is currently on view at the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles. The exhibition marks the first large installation of the Elisabeth Dean Collection. For more information about the exhibition, and the coinciding event this week, please see the description and announcement […]