W. Hollywood, CA

The Gift of Art, Really

Posted on March 12th, 2014

Pacific Design Center was mentioned on KCRW’s podcast:

Start with Young Projects in the Pacific Design Center. Paul Young specializes in showing video art but right now has a Christmas clearance of prints, DVD’s, t-shirts as well as some unique pieces. I was tempted by Colin Roberts’ surreal drawings and sculptures for less than $100. If you loved Marnie Weber’s MOCA installation, Giggle of Clowns, as I did, you can buy one of her rare music CD’s including her appearances with downtown LA’s art/punk band the Party Boys.

Also at the PDC, the See Line Gallery is having a moving sale offering many of their smaller works of work at reduced prices including architectural drawings by Eamon O’Kane.

 

In The Belly of the Blue Whale

Posted on November 13th, 2013

Andy Romanoff, a featured artist in PDC’s designLAb, was highlighted in  The New York Times:

Pacific Design Center as photographed by Andy Romanoff.

More than a year ago, Andy Romanoff, a photographer, was invited to show at a gallery in the Pacific Design Center and became fascinated by the massive Cesar Pelli-designed complex, which opened in 1975 in West Hollywood. (Photo by Andy Romanoff)

See Line Gallery in East of Borneo

Posted on April 13th, 2013

See Line Gallery was mentioned in “Six Portable Murals” (East of Borneo):

As a current exhibition of her paintings at See Line Gallery shows, McCord too was an accomplished colourist, and an innovator long before the term ‘Hard Edge’ was coined in 1959, and before the expressionist Richard Diebenkorn became associated with the Ocean Park area of Santa Monica when he moved there in 1966.