Visual Arts
Pasadena Art Alliance Will Throw ArtRageous Saturday, Supporting Contemporary Arts

Pasadena Art Alliance will hold its Seventeenth Biennial Art Auction ARTrageous Art Auction 2014 this Saturday evening at 6:30 p.m. at a downtown Los Angeles private club. The evening promises to brim with wonderful contemporary art: paintings, drawings, sculptures, photographs, performances and more, over a hundred works of art generously donated by many of Southern California’s most stellar, emerging and established artists. The Pasadena Art…

College Students Get Discounts, Free Admission, Exclusive Tours at Norton Simon Museum

Norton Simon Museum will hold a one-night event exclusive for college students giving them the chance to meet artists, explore their favorite exhibits and get food discounts on Friday, April 25, from 7:00 to 9:00…

Today: Top State Photographers to Gather in Pasadena for Four-Day Photo Expo

Beginner and professional photographers throughout California will gather at the Pasadena Convention Center for the four-day Pro Photo Expo featuring the latest gadgets and products from vendors and exhibitors, as well as established industry leaders…

Myron Kaufman: That’s Life

Myron Kaufman, Strawberry, 2013, acrylic on paper, 11" x 13". Photo courtesy Offramp Gallery Offramp Gallery is pleased to present Myron Kaufman: That’s Life from May 4 – June 1, 2014. That’s Life is Kaufman’s…

Offramp Gallery Presents Skip Snow’s Pity Party

Skip Snow, Smelly Dude, 2013, gouache and ink on paper, 9" x 12". Photo by Offramp Gallery Skip Snow, Father, 2013, gouache and ink on paper, 12" x 9". Photo courtesy Offramp Gallery Offramp Gallery…

Visual Arts Events

Thursday, April 24 - 6:00 pm Artist Reception at OSKA

Saturday, April 26 - 12:00 pm Wildflowering L.A.: Spring Exhibition

Sunday, April 27 - 12:00 pm Wildflowering L.A.: Spring Exhibition

Friday, April 25

USC Pacific Asia Museum Presents ‘A New Way Forward: Japanese Hanga of the 20th Century’

Kawase Hasui, Spring at Pubyong Pavillion, Modan Viewpoint, Pyongyang, Korea, 1939. Woodblco on paper. Gift of Mr. George W. Housner, 1991.88.5 The last quarter of…

Friday, April 25

College Students Get Discounts, Free Admission, Exclusive Tours at Norton Simon Museum

Norton Simon Museum will hold a one-night event exclusive for college students giving them the chance to meet artists, explore their favorite exhibits and get…

Saturday, April 26

Pasadena Art Alliance Will Throw ArtRageous Saturday, Supporting Contemporary Arts

Pasadena Art Alliance will hold its Seventeenth Biennial Art Auction ARTrageous Art Auction 2014 this Saturday evening at 6:30 p.m. at a downtown Los Angeles…

Sunday, April 27

Today: Top State Photographers to Gather in Pasadena for Four-Day Photo Expo

Beginner and professional photographers throughout California will gather at the Pasadena Convention Center for the four-day Pro Photo Expo featuring the latest gadgets and products…

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USC Pacific Asia Museum Presents ‘A New Way Forward: Japanese Hanga of the 20th Century’

Kawase Hasui, Spring at Pubyong Pavillion, Modan Viewpoint, Pyongyang, Korea, 1939. Woodblco on paper. Gift of Mr. George W. Housner, 1991.88.5 The last quarter of the 19th century brought profound changes in Japan as it transformed from a feudal society into a modern nation. Japanese artists went through equally fundamental changes as new theories were introduced from the other side of the world through books, magazines and increased travel by both Japanese and Westerners. In the field of woodblock prints, the traditional ukiyo-e (pictures of the floating world) of the Edo and Meiji periods fell by the wayside, in favor…

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