The El Segundo Museum of Art launches Experience 07 STING today, featuring five artists from Cuba’s exploding arts scene who will work for six weeks on an evolving artwork that will gradually take over the entire museum.
Sara Balough had an idea for an art show, one that would impress viewers and at the same time serve to benefit not one good cause but two.
Enamel Paintings by Timothy Tompkins are on view in Manhattan Beach
Timothy Tompkins was ten years old when “Star Wars” was released, and the movie changed his life.
The night before Thanksgiving, Ego Fine Art Gallery in Redondo Beach will pay homage to the Beach Cities of decades past.
A boatload of exotic adventures, dazzling art and significant people, and we’re just getting started.
by Vy Nguyen
The phrase “girl power” can be seen circulating throughout social media.
Arriving there during the waning years of the 19th century, writers and artists “relished Venice because it was so rarefied and dreamlike, and so inexorably doomed.” Richard Ormond, in Sargent and Italy, also added that these visitors “reveled in the idea of the city as a place of decaying splendor and corroding beauty, of sensual indulgence and liberation from convention.” In the words of Henry James, Venice was “the most beautiful of tombs.”
Photographer Jim McKinniss, who lives in Redondo Beach, has been focused on Venice.
Blair Townsend is a conceptual artist based in Redondo Beach who creates custom-designed furnishings that reflect her clients’ personality, but before I left her studio the other evening she was giving me lessons in how to speak Creole.
What is fame, and how does it work? What makes this famous, but not that?
Thursday, November 7
Don’t look down
Scientia hosts the “Reel Rock Tour” at 7 p.m.
Suddenly, the carpet was pulled out from under them.
“We had to move because the building sold,” says Royce Morales, the owner, with her husband, Mike, of Harmony Works in Redondo’s Riviera Village.
Friday, October 25
But no Berlioz
The Beach Cities Symphony, under the direction of Maestro Barry Brisk, presents “B is for Bach, Beethoven, and Brahms,” and it takes place at 8:15 p.m.
by Vy Nguyen
The “Hi Five” group art show, presented by Ego Fine Arts, is a modern mix of realism and urban street art, a combination that is both unique and enthralling for those who appreciate more diverse works of art.
A window seems an easy enough object to define. It lets in the scenery, the light and the dark, and at the same time it allows us to see what’s taking place outdoors, or to not feel so enclosed.
Friday, October 18
Big and bright
“Moon Over Buffalo,” presented by the Manhattan Beach Community Church, opens at 8 p.m.