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The Pool

Check out the latest issue of The Pool Issue 8 Now Online! Dive in at: thepool.calarts.edu Thank you to the Pool for your mention in the Class Notes of my participation with the many amazing artists for Durden and Ray's exciting project Personal  Contacts! You can learn more


High Beams collective with Gallery ALSO After a wildly successful first outdoor COVID-conscious art exhibition on the roof of a parking garage, the High Beams crew is at it again. But this time, the curatorial collection of mostly Bendix Building art spaces will create a walk-through

Artists and Poems

In Artists and Poems, organized by Durden and Ray, curator Steven Wolkoff and co-curators Alexandra Wiesenfeld and Jenny Hager invited a group of 45 Los Angeles artists to choose a poem that has meaning for them given the current state of the world. The artists


Lux Art Institute presents a sensory Drive Thru Experience the first segment of our annual gala event Lux After Dark under this year’ Season #14 theme A New Territory. Site-specific outdoor installations by the following artists will be on display for your enjoyment from the comfort

PERSONAL CONTACTS #2 at Durden and Ray

Personal Contacts is a series of exhibitions at Durden and Ray featuring 4 members of the curatorial artists collective inviting 4 artists to join them. Each member invited one artist to participate for whatever reasons: shared aims, joint interests or hopes to provide support and

Review: LA Times by Christopher Knight, We Are Here / Here We Are

It’s my honor to be included this thoughtful and sprawling review of Durden and Ray’s show"We Are Here / Here We Are”, by LA Times’ Prize-winning art writer, Christopher Knight. Congratulations to Durden and Ray’s Sean Noyce, co-curators Arezoo Bharthania, Jennifer Celio, Joe Davidson, Dani Dodge,

We Are Here / Here We Are

Dear friends, it’s my honor to be participating in this epic So-Cal neighborhood-wide art extravaganza with so many uncanny artists, organized by the extraordinary folks at Durden and Ray!

On the margins, the sixth Ghetto Biennale

The Haitian revolution, perhaps one of the most important and neglected revolutions, seems to have been written by western history gathering its great drifts and fragility. For many it has always been a historical resource that has shown how bottom-up change is possible.

Artists, Advocates, Dreamers

Curated by Sofia Guiterrez February 8 – March 5, 2020 José Drudis-Biada Art Gallery Mount Saint Mary’s University 1200 Chalon Road Los Angeles, CA 90049 Phone 310/954-4360 Hours: Mon-Sat, Noon to 5pm Closed Friday and Sunday http://www.msmu.edu/gallery California, since its conception as a state in 1850 has been a mecca for freethinkers and