Both Sides Now | Reagan Upshaw Fine Art

[ad_1] My first job in the art world was working for Ira Spanierman, who used to run an advertisement with a large headline proclaiming, “We Will Pay Over One Million Dollars for Highly Important Paintings by . . .” followed by a laundry list of famous American artists.  We got […]

Photography evolves, diversifies by taking different formats

[ad_1] “Behind the Gare Saint-Lazare, Place de l’Europe, Paris, France, 1932” by Henri Cartier-Bresson (Henri Cartier-Bresson Foundation) If you think photography is just a form of still image, photographs by two masters — Henri Cartier-Bresson and Andreas Gursky — may change your preconceptions, showing how it has evolved over time […]

Grim Forecast – Maniscalco Gallery

[ad_1] Once upon a time, children, there was this delicate, beautiful thing called Democracy. . . Here’s what’s going to happen, and it does not make me happy to forecast doom and gloom. The Democrats haven’t done away with the filibuster because they still hold out a quaint hope for […]

KP Project’s 25th Anniversary. Opening on August…

[ad_1] Opening on August 6th, 2022 at KP Projects in Los Angeles, California is their 25th Anniversary group exhibition! Once a small but refined counter-culture space, the gallery has grown to become a respected powerhouse in the contemporary art world. Embracing the emerging movements of Pop Surrealism, Low Brow, New […]