I arrived to Illoulian Contemporary before the artist. The owner Candice and I shot the shit while we waited. However, it was hard to concentrate as my eyes wandered to the large seductive photographs of the artist’s beautiful naked body on the walls.
Marisa Matluck arrived from a battle [read more...]
I visited Margie Schnibbe’s studio and her little dog was yapping at me. Before driving over I had been playing with my own two canines, so her tiny beast must have smelt them on my clothes. No worries. We shook hands and I saw almost everything she was working on [read more...]
I walked into the ICN Gallery while I was in London. When I showed them my business card that says The World’s Most Adorable Art Critic, they asked me if I could wait for the artist on view, Mai Miyake, to return in a few minutes. In the meantime they [read more...]
Jason Shawn Alexander is an anomaly that traverses our worlds of fine art and illustration with broad strokes of ink. He begins his process by having actors flesh out scenes that he photographs and then dukes out with ink and oil paint onto paper that has been glued to giant [read more...]
Melody Storm is the founder of the Bel Air Film Festival. “I would describe myself as a young Jewish entrepreneur.” She started the festival in 2008 and has since grown the business to include a non-profit wing that grants scholarships to film school students primarily at USC, CSULB, and the [read more...]