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This is your last week to enjoy a dreamy collection from LA-based artist (by way of Boston) Jonas Wood. This collection evokes Southern California in its color and technique and…

Last chance to catch Jonas Wood at David Kordansky Gallery

This is your last week to enjoy a dreamy collection from LA-based artist (by way of Boston) Jonas Wood. This collection evokes Southern California in its color and technique and…

from Arts & Culture Stories

Nighttime sets up conditions where freedom feels more fun.  As if Freedom is sneaking out after its parents Daylight and Sunshine have gone to bed. It’s the id kind…

Night Gallery: Where art and revolution happen while you’re sleeping

Nighttime sets up conditions where freedom feels more fun.  As if Freedom is sneaking out after its parents Daylight and Sunshine have gone to bed. It’s the id kind…

from Arts & Culture Stories

By KCRW’s Laura Shumate Ron English is an American artist and the benevolent Big Brother to popular culture mash-up painting, coining the term “POPaganda” to describe his own signature…

Learning English

By KCRW’s Laura Shumate Ron English is an American artist and the benevolent Big Brother to popular culture mash-up painting, coining the term “POPaganda” to describe his own signature…

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