4.15.2006

What: The second annual BlogHer Conference
When: July 28th and 29th, 2006
Where: Hyatt San Jose in San Jose, CA.

Head about reading poetry on the trains!

4.14.2006

my friends at Q.E.D. really want you to come to this opening!!


From: Corrina Wright
Date: April 13, 2006 5:19:48 PM PDT
To: Kristin Calabrese
Subject: April 15th opening at Q.E.D.

Please join us on Saturday evening from 6-8 for a reception
in honor of Guy Richards Smit's first solo Los Angeles exhibition.
New paintings will be on view and his is rock porn opera video, Nausea 2,
will screen all evening.
LET'S PARTY!
Corrina Wright
Q.E.D. Gallery
2622 S. La Cienega Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90034
Telephone: 310-204-3334
Fax: 310-204-3394

corrina@qedgallery.com

4.13.2006

http://www.barfingfrog.741.com/Reviews/secret_kitty.htm

Secret Kitty review beats Secret Kitty to press! Rock on. But many thanks to the reviewer.
Hello everyone,

I posted some pictures that I took at &NOW on my flickr account. Hope
that you'll enjoy them. If not ... don't shoot the photographer, please!

http://www.flickr.com/photos/16057396@N00/sets/72057594106262324/

All the best even more,

CamillE Bacos
RAYMOND PETTIBON
April 8 - May 6, 2006
Gallery hours: Tuesday - Saturday 10:00 - 6:00 pm
Opening reception: Saturday, April 8, 6:00 - 8:00 pm

Regen Projects is pleased to announce a new exhibition of drawings by
Raymond Pettibon. One of the most influential artists to emerge from
southern California, Pettibon's drawings pull freely from a range of
sources including music, politics, religion, art history, sex,
sports, movies, and comic books. His thematic range is increasingly
topical, addressing current political concerns and events. Pettibon's
work is generally characterized by a profuse output of monochromatic
graphic-style drawings done in ink on paper, sometimes mixed with
crayon, pencil, or watercolor and usually incorporating text borrowed
from literature and other sources or original text written by the
artist. In recent years, Pettibon's style has become more fluid and
expansive, resulting in room-size wall drawings and installations.

Raymond Pettibon's work has been the subject of several major
exhibitions throughout Europe, Asia, and the U.S. Two large surveys
of Pettibon's drawings will be held this year at the CAC Malaga,
Spain and the Kunsthalle Wein, Vienna. Recent solo exhibitions
include the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY;
Museion-Museo D'Arte Moderno e Contemporanea, Bolzano, Italy; MACBA,
Barcelona, Spain; and the MAK Center, Vienna, Austria. Pettibon was
the recipient of the 2004 Bucksbaum Award awarded by the Whitney
Museum of American Art, New York, NY; the 2001 Wolfgang-Hahn-Prize
awarded by the Ludwig Museum, Cologne, Germany; and the 1991 Louis
Comfort Tiffany Foundation Awards in Painting, Sculpture,
Printmaking, Photography, and Craft Media.

A new artist's book, Turn to the Title Page, was produced in
conjunction with Pettibon's recent exhibition at the Whitney Museum
of American Art, New York. Monographs of Pettibon's work have been
published by the Museo d'arte moderna e contemporanea Bolzano,
Bolzano, Italy; the MACBA, Barcelona, Spain; Phaidon, New York;
Verlag der Buchhandlung Walter Konig, Koln and D.A.P., New York; and
the Philadelphia Museum of Art and The Renaissance Society, Chicago.

An opening reception for Raymond Pettibon will take place on
Saturday, April 8th, from 6:00 - 8:00 pm at the gallery. For further
information please contact Shaun Caley Regen or Lisa Overduin.

Regen Projects
633 North Almont Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90069
Tel. (310) 276-5424 Fax. (310) 276-7430

visit this link:

http://www.regenprojects.com/popup_main.php?mode=current&object_id=145
April 6 *Staged Reading* North Hollywood Metro Red Line Station
Poets: Laurel Ann Bogen, Eitan Kadosh, Jennifer Kwon Dobbs, Florence Weinberger, Antonieta Villamil, and Elena Karina Byrne read to rush-hour commuters on the mezzanine level of the North Hollywood Metro Red Line station beginning at 4 p.m.
Location: North Hollywood Metro Red Line Station, mezzanine level.

April 13 *7th St./Metro Center platforms of Metro Blue Line
Poets: Ellyn Maybe, Jamie FitzGerald, Catherine Daly, John FitzGerald, Hélène Cardona, Michael C. Ford and Elena Karina Byrne read to rush-hour commuters on the platforms of departing Metro Blue Line trains at the 7th Street/Metro Center/Julian Dixon Station beginning at 4 p.m. If the muse so moves them, poets will board a train to a destination station and stage an impromptu reading aboard the Metro Blue Line, hence, the term Poetry in Motion.
Location: 7th Street/Metro Center/Julian Dixon Station, 696 W. 7th St., downtown Los Angeles

April 20 * Union Station platform of Metro Gold Line
Poets: Liz Gonzalez, Teka Lark Lo, Elizabeth Iannaci, Bruna Mori, Lynne Thompson, Steve Petersen, Sanora Bartels, and Elena Karina Byrne read to rush-hour commuters on the platform of departing Metro Gold Line trains at Union Station beginning at 4 p.m. If the muse so moves them, poets will board a train to a destination station and stage an impromptu reading aboard the Metro Gold Line, hence, the term Poetry in Motion.
Location: Union Station Metro Gold Line Station platform, Track 2, Union Station, 801 Alameda St., downtown Los Angeles.