|Sculpture of a Feathered Serpent from the Mayan civilization at Chichen Itza, AD 850-1100, on view in LACMA's "Children of the Plumed Serpent" exhibit.|
I have been fortunate over the past few weeks in being able to visit various art venues, museums and galleries. Although I plan on writing about a few of them individually, I figured that sharing a few images would make for a fun post.
So, I have recently gone viewing in four of the city's cultural centers: the Miracle Mile, Culver City, Bergamot Station, and Long Beach. It's been a great start to the Summer.
|Midnight Ride (2006) by Deborah Kupinsky, on view at the Long Beach Museum of Art|
Lots on interesting works on display. I'm especially happy to have visited some venues down in Long Beach, an area that I enjoy but rarely visit.
But Culver City is my main haunt. I adore the galleries along the La Cienega-Washington nexus. From "Low Brow" to "High Concept", there is a wonderful diversity of styles and tastes.
|A reflection of LJ within Black Citadel (2012) by Michael Wilkinson, a large square wall built of Legos, on exhibit at Blum & Poe's show "Michael Wilkinson: No History"|
And here are a few more images:
|Detail of Flying With Crows (2012) by Annie Owens, on view at CoproGallery's show "Annie Owens: Motherland"|
|Detail of Fall of the King II (2003) by Walter Goldfarb, on view at the Museum of Latin American Art|
And here's a vid:
"Children of the Plumed Serpent" at LACMA