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Students and faculty attended a discussion panel, which focused on Los Angeles Times photographer Michael Robinson-Chavez’s photographs of the poverty-stricken gold mining community in La Rinconada, Peru, March 8 in Morgan Auditorium.
The Pomona Art Walk is diverse in its artistic fervor and sparkles the city with originality and inspiration.
The Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles paid its respect and admiration to one of its most influential artists, Mike Kelley. On Feb. 18 MOCA opened its newest exhibit “A Tribute to Mike Kelley,” after his death on Feb 1.
People viewed the artwork of Tom Oliver and Margot Lennartz Friday at the Second Story Gallery at the Walker House in San Dimas.
Walking into the white room at the Williamson Gallery at Scripps College, one tumbles into an array of fired clay sculptures by three artists with distinct visions that combine to create one new art form.
Manga artist Kayono discussed her influence and showed some pages for her series, “Shojo Girls Comics in Action.”
A selection of paintings by University of La Verne art professor Ruth Trotter hang in the lobby of the Historic Gas Company Lofts in Downtown Los Angeles.
Los Angeles Times photographer Michael Robinson-Chávez had the opportunity to visit and photograph the barren mining city of Rinconada, located 17,400 feet above sea level in the Peruvian Andes.
“Mirror of the Soul” features work from Auguste Rodin’s unique form of artistic expression through 27 small, bronze sculptures created between 1860 and1917.
“Helene Winer at Pomona,” the second installation of the year-long “It Happened in Pomona” exhibit focuses on Winer’s cutting edge curatorial programs that she presented as gallery director and curator at the Pomona College Museum of Art from the fall of 1970 through the spring of 1972.