Lindsay Preston Zappas

Lindsay Preston Zappas

Contemporary Art Review Los Angeles

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Editor-in-chief of the quarterly magazine Carla, or Contemporary Art Review Los Angeles.

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Many people remember the scenes from "The Matrix" when Neo hinges slowly backward and narrowly dodges bullets.

In new art exhibit, performers take on gravity-defying positions

Many people remember the scenes from "The Matrix" when Neo hinges slowly backward and narrowly dodges bullets.

from Greater LA

Alma Allen is known for creating wood, stone, and bronze sculptures that resemble patterns and shapes found in nature.

The 'biomorphic sculptures' of Alma Allen

Alma Allen is known for creating wood, stone, and bronze sculptures that resemble patterns and shapes found in nature.

from Greater LA

The late 1950s to the end of the 1960s saw a huge cultural transformation in California.

Art from San Francisco's famed Dilexi Gallery comes to LA

The late 1950s to the end of the 1960s saw a huge cultural transformation in California.

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