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THE LODGE ANNOUNCES The Appointment Of LG Williams As The Robert Hughes Distinguished Visual Artist-In-Residence

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 […]

THE LODGE PRESENTS LG WILLIAMS AND PCP PRESS @ ACID-FREE II AT BLUM AND POE

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 Appears with The LODGE in Contemporary Art Review Los Angeles #14 — CARLA

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. Inquiry or Purchase Information: The LODGE, 1024 N. Western Ave, Los Angeles, […]

In Person: LG Williams at The Laguna Art Museum, Thursday December 15 – 6:00pm

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HONORED TO BE INCLUDED IN PROF MARTIN KEMP’S (OXFORD UNIV) LECTURE, “Mona Lisa and The Body of the Earth”, AT LAGUNA ART MUSEUM

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 […]

FIAC 2016 Grand Palais PARIS:
LG Williams and The Estate of LG Williams (2013) — Massimo De Carlo And Elmgreen & Dragset (2016)

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“LG” Cap — Full Disclosure

Historians of Art and The Society of Contemporary Art Historians (SCAH) should know that the idea of the “LG” cap originally belongs to Los Angeles artist Vonn Sumner via artist Dave Hollowell c.1998-99. Photo by Eric Minh Swenson (EMS)

Read The New York Times Writer Cameron Shaw Response To LG Williams Criticism Of “Looking Deeply at the Art of Rashid Johnson” (Oct. 28, 2015)

Read The New York Times Writer Cameron Shaw’s concession to LG Williams criticism —  punctuated with a bureaucratic alibi: