HOLLYWOOD — The LODGE announces the appointment of LG Williams and The Estate of LG Williams™ as the Robert Hughes Distinguished Visual Artist-In-Residence.
The Estate Of LG Williams™ Will Take Up The Post Effective Immediately In Hollywood.
CARLA (Contemporary Art Review Los Angeles) Issue #18. The LODGE is located at 1024 N. Western Avenue, Los Angeles, CA.
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THE LODGE is pleased to announce its participation in this year’s Acid-Free Los Angeles Book Market hosted by Blum & Poe, which runs November 1–3.
To celebrate the gallery’s first time participating in the fair, we will have a large selection of titles from 25 years of books by LG Williams and The Estate of LG Williams™ at our booth.
This celebration and signing with LG Williams, will take place at our booth on Saturday, 2nd November at 1:00 pm. The books, published by PCP Press, features works with Wally Hedrick, Dave Hickey, Wayne Thiebaud, Shepard Fairey / Obey Giant, Julia Friedman among others, and a conversation between LG and gallery owner / director Alice Lodge. Williams’ widely received publications have appeared in The Times Literary Supplement, The Guardian, The New York Times Book Review, Las Vegas Weekly, Observer.com, City Lights Bookstore to name a few media outlets.
The Estate of LG Williams™ would like to extend warm gratitude to The Lodge and The Derazhne-Fridman Charitable Trust for their generous support…Especially S and Vinnie.
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LG Williams Appears with The LODGE in Contemporary Art Review Los Angeles #14 — CARLA
Contemporary Art Review Los Angeles (CARLA) is a quarterly magazine, online art journal, and podcast, committed to being an active source for critical dialogue surrounding L.A.’s art community.
Special thanks to Alice, Miles, Mathilda 🐕, and The LODGE
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Image (R) on projected screen: LG Williams, How To Explain Art To The Sports Generation (Mona Lisa), 2004, 40 x 30” (Variable), Reflective Ink Silkscreen on Engineer Grade Reflective Sheeting on Heavy-Duty Aluminium. Collection: Dr. Julia Friedman, Brentwood, CA.
Renowned British art historian Martin Kemp, acknowledged as the world authority on Leonardo da Vinci, spoke about the iconic Mona Lisa as a statement of the artist’s ideas about nature and the natural world. November 5, Laguna Art Museum.
Read the essay about the artwork co-authored with Ralph Nader here.