This week, we listened the mexican performed by Babe Ruth; we passed by Meliksetian Briggs to see few works by the late artist Bas Jan Ader: we went to Bristol to check Josephine Pryde‘s new exhibition at Arnolfini; we listened few songs of the singer-songwriter John Grant; we visited the Gehry Residence in Santa Monica and the […]
A survey of photo and video works by the late artist Bas Jan Ader is currently on view at Meliksetian Briggs gallery in West Hollywood, in honor of the 40th anniversary of the artist’s death. From the exhibition statement: The reception of Bas Jan Ader’s oeuvre has been strongly conditioned by the mythology surrounding his […]
Good morning with Babe Ruth.
This week, we passed by Blum & Poe to see Alma Allen‘s exhibition; we listened Hurricane performed by MS MR; we learned about Alice Könitz‘s work; we walked in the Mojave Desert; we visited Carl Kay’s buildings in hollywood hills and we talked about ‘a woman under the influence‘ a movie by John Cassavetes.
The American Cinematheque at Hollywood’s historic Egyptian Theater ended a week-long run of John Cassavetes’ films (including a guest appearance by Gena Rowlands) on Sunday with a screening of ‘A Woman Under the Influence.’ One of Cassavetes’ most iconic works, the film examines the unraveling of Gena Rowland and Peter Falk’s on-screen marriage, as Rowlands […]
Built between 1935 and 1956, these modern buildings became one of the highlights in Los Angeles. To get in, you should take the ‘High tower’, a famous private elevator. This place was actually filmed in the long goodbye by Robert Altman with Elliot Gould. Here some pictures of Carl Kay’s building. The view is stunning. If […]