“In 1981, artist James Gurney brought his sketchbook and tape recorder to the pier in Santa Monica, California. He did a pencil portrait of two guys there and then asked them to describe themselves to the tape recorder. For the first time, their faces and voices are brought together in a talking portrait.”
This past Saturday in sunny Los Angeles, PRISM presented the opening preview and reception for a new exhibition of select works from legendary photographer Mario Testino. Coinciding with Oscars weekend, famous faces from the worlds of art, fashion and entertainment came together to celebrate the Peruvian photographer.
By now you’ve probably heard about Printed Matter’s first annual LA ART BOOK FAIR happening this weekend (opening tonight!) at The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA. It’s cool, it’ll be fun. If you’re in that warm area of the US, you should go.
Below you’ll find a couple highlights of the things you might see or buy.
Gary Panter opens up a new show of paintings at Fredericks & Fraser in freezing NYC tonight, while Saturday out in sunny Venice, California Bill McRight, Jon Bocksel, Bonnie Brenda Scott, and Ben Venom open up Sea of Blasphemy at CURIO Studio & Collection.
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