We recently went to see a small but formidable collection of mostly paintings and some sculptural artwork by the iconic abstract-minimalist painter Frank Stella on view at the BCAM at LACMA in Los Angeles.
And here’s another one, this one one of Frank Stella’s iconic minimal masterpieces.
And here are some more Frank Stella paintings at LACMA in Los Angeles.
We’ve stumbled upon a new obsession the past few months. This in addition to those our other obsessions regular readers may be familiar with: Surfing and espresso. What is this new vice? It’s a Japanese reality television show called Terrace House. You may have heard of Terrace House. If you
Chinese artist Zhu Jinshi’s massive art installation at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (or LACMA) is a giant, imposing, vanilla-tinted wave. Made of traditional Chinese paper — about 8,000 sheets! – and suspended from the gallery ceiling with thicks string and weighted with ballast stones, Jinshi’s object possesses
The short film “Multiverse” by Hiroshi Kondo is a mesmerizing visual document of the overwhelming scooter traffic in Taipei. The ubiquitous scooter is a staple, minimal and inexpensive mode of motorized transport in Taiwan’s capital. But the low-wattage aesthetic of a basic scooter becomes a deafening chorus when multiplied to