This Saturday // Art is all around you…it’s everywhere you go

This Saturday is an event you DO NOT want to miss! Art by Tasya Van Ree (who was in last issue of WORK!), Rick Rodney & Steve Arroyo. As if that wasn’t enticing enough, there will be music by Garcia and juice by LA darling Moon Juice. I’m willing to bet that the people watching […]

LA BASED // BUILDING BLOCK

Dang. These girls really know what they’re doing. LA based design project, Building Block brings us awesomely minimal yet fashionably functional pieces. Led by sisters Kimberly & Nancy Wu, they are just one more reason LA rocks. – Sam

New Team Member // Katherine Aplin // International Contributor At Large

We are so excited to announce another amazing contributor. Katherine travels the world discovering the things life has to offer in a way that will make your wanderlust, lust. She has been giving us insight to hidden blind fold, sense over load dinners, artist showing in Amsterdam, and inspirations from deep corners of the world. […]

THE GETTY MUSEUM // JAPAN’S MODERN DIVIDE

Japan’s Modern Divide showcases the work of two 20th-century photographers, Hiroshi Hamaya and Kansuke Yamamoto, who represent two contrasting yet complimentary paths in Japanese photography. Hiroshi Hamaya favored objective documentation, while Kansuke Yamamoto favored more avant-garde forms of expression. The exhibition documents two photographers and their ability to embody two sides of modern Japanese life: […]

GO VOTE // THEN GO HERE ON FRIDAY

Reformulating the snapshot photograph as a document “gone artistically AWOL”, A.L. Steiner’s “Puppies & Babies” proposes a reconstitution of images categorized as “personal”, “unartistic” and “cheesy”. Utilizing the photo archive as a space of proposition without limitation, images of pets, pregnancy and children have been culled and arranged into a large-scale collage which inhabits the […]

Artist // Diane Gaeta

Los Angeles based artist, Diane Gaeta, debuts her dynamic solo exhibition, Lolitas, this weekend in Silverlake. Emerging from cross-continental social media correspondence that traded the boundaries of traditional language communications for imagery, Lolitas is a manipulated translation of photographs taken by a Parisian teenager. In a series of lush, colorful, fantastical drawings, Gaeta honors the […]

Love Notes // Opening Saturday, April 7th

Nothing in the world compares to the feeling of being in love. Researchers from Syracuse University found that falling in love affects the intellectual area of the brain and triggers the same sensation of euphoria experienced by people when they use cocaine. It’s no wonder we’re all so addicted. Imagine if your addiction to that […]