Christine Stormberg is a force to be reckoned with. Tina Gallery, her latest project and namesake, has no rules and no formality. Tucked behind a Wacky Wacko storefront, run by fellow artists Peggy Noland and Seth Bogart, the whole enterprise feels like its own exhibition, playfully questioning the hierarchy of galleries, commerce, and performance. “I’m … More How Art Spaces Identify: A Spiritual Beckoning with Christine Stormberg at Tina Gallery
“What you get by achieving your goals is not as important as what you become by achieving your goals.” – Henry David Thoreau I recently wrote about unconventional foraging for Atlas Obscura. It’s amazing how one small pitch quickly turns into an obsession. The more I researched the topic and interviewed naturalists, the less strange … More Foraging Ahead
The most amazing one I’ve ever had happened spontaneously at The Roundabout. I am thankful for you all!
For the month of November, from 8 a.m. – 9 a.m., each day, I am sitting at the roundabout in the middle of my neighborhood (where Effie meets Lake Shore), and writing my “status updates” on a typewriter. Here, I report on the city, the people I meet, and whatever the day provokes. Afterwards, I … More Ritual & The Roundabout in Echo Park
Concord’s P.S. 1010 is a new collaborative project brought forth by Eirik Schmertmann, Erin Schneider, Arjuna Neuman, Tracy Jeanne Rosenthal, Clifford Pun, Annie Danis and Marco Di Domenico. It’s a “school bus that will function as a “mobile laboratory, gallery, and gathering place, where community organizers, teachers, and artists can connect and create.” Click here … More Art, Culture, Education, & P.S.1010
So, last weekend, I set up my future portrait studio at Concord for ENTER>text. Why a future portrait, you might ask? Here is my answer. What was the experience of taking future portraits like, you might ask? Here is a quick recap of the night—
A few months back, I wrote an article on the Eames exhibit here in Los Angeles, and afterwards, was contacted by Deborah Sussman, curator and former Eames employee, to have lunch at her house to discuss art and design. It was incredible. We spoke for three hours and would move from room to room just … More Deborah & Annie