This September, dozens of art world figures are coming together for a benefit and art auction raising money for Planned Parenthood Los Angeles (PPLA).
Posts Tagged: Barbara Kruger
“That’s like an iPhone!” mused an older gentleman in a jaunty straw fedora at the Frieze Art Fair. “Yes, that’s the whole point of it,” his scarf-swathed wife… More ›
Four artists who resigned from the Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art board last summer — John Baldessari, Barbara Kruger, Catherine Opie, and Ed Ruscha — have agreed to come on to the… More ›
Summer may be nearly over, but the hottest shades of the season have finally arrived. Barbara Kruger‘s collaboration with Freeway Eyewear — artist Alex Israel‘s sunglasses company — is… More ›
Richard Koshalek has resigned as the director of Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington, D.C. after an inconclusive vote by the museum’s board of trustees on Koshalek’s plans… More ›
This morning at 10am Art Basel Miami Beach staff were getting ready to greet today’s VIP visitors to the fair (above), and just an hour later the line of important people waiting to get into the… More ›
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Since October, Barbara Kruger’s words have been on display throughout the city of Los Angeles. With billboards exclaiming “support public education or face catastrophe” and buses brandishing… More ›
Los Angeles’s ForYourArt — they of the Christian Marclay-accompanying 24-hour free doughnut extravaganza — is producing a year-long series of public art installations presented by Los… More ›
Following months of negative press, the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles is expected to take on Hollywood talent agent Ari Emanuel as its latest board member. According to the New York Times,… More ›
In a strange bit of self-reflexive gala planning, one of the Hollywood figures tapped to appear at the Hammer Museum‘s annual benefit fundraiser on October 6 is “Social Network”… More ›
This weekend Barbara Kruger and Catherine Opie (pictured) joined John Baldessari in resigning from the board of the Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art in protest of its lack of transparency and… More ›
Looks like museums are starting to do more than just put their collections and archives online. Now, at least one museum is working with an art e-commerce site to raise money, too. The online art… More ›