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Alptraum curated by Marcus Sendlinger/Fernando Rascón

ABOUT: The title of the wandering exhibition was inspired by the paintings of the Swiss artist Johann- Heinrich Fussli (1741 Zurich - 1825 London) who painted different versions of "Incubus“ (Nachtmahr). He made the world of dreams and visions subject of his paintings inspired by ghost...

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2019 California Community Foundation Fellowship for Visual Artists

The CCF Fellowship for Visual Artists provides financial and other support to help Los Angeles-based artists build thriving, sustainable careers and to strengthen L.A.’s vibrant arts scene. This year’s fellows were selected from more than 300 applicants working in a wide range of disciplines....

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FULL BLEDE / Issue Six: The Parapraxis

The Parapraxis contributors: Alexis Bolter, Alfonso Gonzalez, Amy Shimshon-Santo, Aubrey Ingmar Manson, Camille Schefter, Carolie Parker, Chad Attie, Chandler McWilliams, Cody Bayne, Daniel Gibson, Dee Balson Mollett, Diana Kohne, Elizabeth Leister, Elliott Hundley, Forrest Kirk, Frank J. Stockton, Harold Hollingsworth, Heather Williamsonn, Helen Rebekah Garber,...

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24 Frames: Interview With Artist Ismael de Anda III

Texas Tech artist-in-residency, Ismael de Anda III, is the most recent artist to leave his mark on the campus clad in public artwork. Next week, his most recent work titled, "Celestial Bodies," will be unveiled in Texas Tech's College of Human Sciences.The piece, which plays...

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MAS ATTACK 13

After a dozen events, the series of MAS Attacks — rollicking one-night art exhibitions that promote friendships and prohibit sales — will end with the biggest show of them all, more than 300 artists at the Torrance Art Museum....

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