Record Essentials // Required Listening

This is a great week for music. Snowden is back, Bibio has a new record, Wild Nothing is still happening, and Beach House and My Bloody Valentine are playing FYF Fest.  Celebration. Essential listening for this week: File under: So Fun. Classix | Hanging Gardens This Los Angeles DJ duo takes a minute from remixing the […]

David Bowie is // Victoria and Albert Museum

Seriously. This is amazing. If your summer travel plans include a stop- over in London, you cannot miss David Bowie is at the Victoria and Albert Museum.   Album cover shoot for Aladdin Sane, 1973. Photograph by Brian Duffy © Duffy Archive The V&A has been given exclusive access to the David Bowie Archive to […]

RYAN HEFFINGTON // KTCHN // NOLAN HENDRICKSON // YOU CANNOT MISS THIS

We are beyond honored to have Ryan Heffington as a friend, collaborator, and inspiration.  He and his team, through the inspiration of Nolan Hendrickson’s paintings, have created a world of romance, pain, loss, and gain.  When we sat in our seats at the opening night of KTCHN, we had that moment of realization that we […]

URS FISCHER // THE GEFFEN CONTEMPORARY

At The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA, Swedish born artist Urs Fischer has undertaken an insane collaborative project that includes contributions from 1,500 people and 308 tons of clay. All were asked to join him in making figures and animals out of the clay to take over the entire space at the Geffen. The clay forms […]

MEXICAN SUMMER // HITS // LOS ANGELES

  It’s all about indie label, Mexican Summer in Los Angeles this week. (Credit: Saad Al Hakkak and Shaun Surkan) Tonight (5/1) Montreal’s, No Joy, bring their swirling, nu gaze to the Troubadour stage.  If you have yet to listen to their latest album, Wait To Pleasure, be sure to get on that as it will most […]

KTCHN // RYAN HEFFINGTON + NOLAN HENDRICKSON // WORLD PREMIER

This weekend marks the opening of Ryan Heffington’s amazing new dance installation inspired by the paintings of Nolan Hendrickson. The performance will kick off with a super sweet VIP opening this Friday, May 3rd (info below). Not your typical night at the theater, the evening length performance will also feature opportunities for audience engagement. Thematically, […]

TWO DOGS // FUNDRAISER // MAY 1ST

Join the Two Dogs team for an evening of drinks, dancing and downright debauchery as they embark on the final week of their Indiegogo campaign! Bid on hot ticket items by local artists and designers while bopping to DJ sets from Iamsound’s Paul Tao. Hosted by Mischa Barton and Sebastian Knapp; bring cash and friends! […]

Keith Haring // The Political Line

Whether or not you’re in Paris, it is definitely worth checking out Keith Haring’s newest and most comprehensive show— or at least taking a second to think about the impact he made on our world. As a passionate artist and fervent activist, Keith Haring brought together two worlds to create one stunning inspiration. The Political […]

CHELSEA WOLFE // SOUND CHECK

The Work Magazine is honored to present one of our favorite artists, Chelsea Wolfe, as the debut highlight in our “Sound Check” series. Here we capture an intimate portrait of this great talent as she prepares to take the stage at The First Unitarian Church in Los Angeles. (We already have chills.) VIDEO DIRECTED & […]

THIS SATURDAY // MODERN AMERICAN OPINION #4

Come hang out with us this Saturday. Yes? We’ll be out supporting our friend Dan Monick who’s showing his work at the Modern American Opinion #4 show.