Catch the Los Angeles restoration premiere of the film “Redes” (1936) tomorrow night at LACMA, 7:30pm. http://bit.ly/1aH6GVg
How a Little-Known Mexican Film Mirrors the Labor Struggles of Today
Stills from “Redes” (1936) (Creative Commons)
LOUISVILLE — In March, the Kentucky Center for…
California is always in my mind.
Reflections on Kitasono Katue: Surrealist Poet http://bit.ly/1apAQj9
Kitasono Katue, Plastic Poem Homage to J.F. Bory (Hommage à J.F. Bory), 1967, on page 20 of the periodical VOU, no. 113, January 1968, collection of John Solt
Frida Kahlo once said, “feet, what do I need you for when I have wings to fly?” This little Frida honored those words when she spread her wings and took her first steps at an Andell Family Sunday a few weekends ago! http://bit.ly/1dZiuHp
Flashback Friday! LACMA, circa 1965.
[Image: Aerial view of Los Angeles County Museum of Art, c. 1965. William L. Pereira and Associates, architects. Photo © 2013 Museum Associates/LACMA, photographic archives]