Betty Tompkins, “Sex Works/WOMEN Words: 1000 Words, Phrases and Stories,” at Gavlak.
Known for paintings that take graphic images of pornography and give them a distinctly feminist cast, Tompkins has taken on the ways in which women are referred to in our society.
Here are seven events to check out this week:“Current: LA Water,” in locations around Los Angeles.
Plus: A Mexican gallery comes to downtown and an L. artist pays tribute to a pair of renowned European Dada-ists.
— A legal case in a New York courtroom is shining a spotlight on the sales of fakes by Knoedler Gallery, a space that was once one of the city’s oldest, most prestigious commercial galleries. — Microsoft mogul Paul Allen opened a contemporary art space in Seattle in December.
And it looks like it will soon be closing, according to a report by Jen Graves in the Stranger.
Alena Penz, Marika Mindzenthy, Sonja Jeannine, Maja Hoppe, Teri Tordai, Margot Hielscher Starring: Femi Benussi, Christina Losta.
The film stars Baron Cohen, Mark Strong, Rebel Wilson, Isla Fisher, Annabelle Wallis, Gabourey Sidibe, Penélope Cruz, and Ian Mc Shane.I’ve tried to write it in a way that’s easy to understand, and will hopefully serve as a useful guide to the cameras I would recommend to my friends.For those of you who already know a lot about cameras and photography, please bear with me – I’ve dumbed down my recommendations a lot in the hope that the information is easy to digest for everyone.They just want the best bang for their buck and some nice looking pictures at the end of it.This list includes 18 of ‘The Best Cameras under 0’, has been updated for 2017, and is meant for the average non-camera enthusiast who has little to no photography knowledge. Ho / Los Angeles Times) An Israeli artist blacklist. And Microsoft founder Paul Allen’s possibly short-lived Seattle art space. Chouteau was one of five Indian dancers out of Oklahoma who would make a name for themselves in international ballet. — A right-wing Israeli group has published a blacklist of 117 artists with the intent of encouraging the conservative Likud party to pass a bill that would require that only artists and cultural organizations who are “loyal” to the state will receive funding from the government. Here's the Roundup:— Yvonne Chouteau, an American Indian ballerina who became a principal dancer at the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo, has died at age 86.Sebastian goes to the event and sees a hitman, later known as Pavel Lukashenko, who plans to assassinate Rhonda with a gun disguised as a video camera.As Sebastian prepares to shoot the camera, Nobby sees him and gives him a hug, accidentally causing him to shoot a Jewish-Palestinian boy with AIDS named Schlomo.This includes a new film by Kerry Tribe, a sculptural fountain by Edgar Arceneaux, a garden by Mel Chin and an installation by Teresa Margolles, which employs water used to wash sites of violent crimes.The show also includes plenty of events, including film screenings, musical performances, a tea ceremony and a family-friendly workshop that looks at historical issues surrounding water.No words.— An exhibition at Stanford’s Cantor Art Center tells the story of the Battle of Little Big Horn (a.k.a.Custer’s Last Stand) from the point of view of the Indians — namely through the fine drawings of Red Horse, a Minneconjou Lakota Sioux artist.— The Arts Activation Fund of Los Angeles will award 0,000 in grant money to artists proposing public projects.— Nikon awards a prize for a badly Photoshopped picture. — The Corbis photo archive has been sold to a Chinese company — putting the famous 1989 photo of a man facing down a tank in Tiananmen Square under Chinese control.