Shana Nys Dambrot

art critic and curator

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Shana Nys Dambrot is an art critic, curator and author based in Los Angeles.

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The Ghost Ship fire in Oakland has launched a nationwide wave of evictions for artists who either live or work in un-permitted warehouse spaces.

Artist evictions

The Ghost Ship fire in Oakland has launched a nationwide wave of evictions for artists who either live or work in un-permitted warehouse spaces.

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We've been hearing two things about Los Angeles in recent years.

An explosion of public art

We've been hearing two things about Los Angeles in recent years.

from Design and Architecture

Guerrilla poster artist  Robbie Conal  and his wife, film title designer Deborah Ross, will trade in political satire for an owl’s view of Los Angeles, with “Street Wise,” opening in…

Robbie Conal Brings An Owl’s View to LAX

Guerrilla poster artist Robbie Conal and his wife, film title designer Deborah Ross, will trade in political satire for an owl’s view of Los Angeles, with “Street Wise,” opening in…

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