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  • Hot List 2014: Meet A.L. Steiner, Artist/Activist and Member of Chicks on Speed

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    The Hammer Museum’s biennial exhibition Made in L.A. 2014 showcases the work activist-artist A.L. Steiner. The instalation, entitled, Accidenthell, is a fusion of photos and video intended “to explore notions of empathy, dissemination, agency an...
  • “Hollywood Exiles in Europe” film series at the Hammer Museum

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    “Hollywood Exiles in Europe,” UCLA’s Film & Television Archive’s film series at the Hammer Museum in Westwood showcases films by Jules Dassin, John Berry, Ed Dmytryk, Ben and Norma Barzman, Joseph Losey, Cy Endfield and Donald Ogden Stewart. ...
  • 'Made In L.A. 2014': To Walk Amongst Giants Or To Jam Out Alone?

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    1 According to the Huffington Post the second biennial exhibition "Made in L.A. 2014," which features 35 Los Angeles-based artists, "permeates every available area" of Los Angeles' Hammer Museum. (6/21/14)...
  • 'Made in L.A.' biennial art survey taps a social undercurrent

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    UCLA Hammer Museum 'Made in LA' exhibit features artist Piero Golia's ongoing carving of an enormous sculpture from white polystyrene foam. When finished, the sculpture is said to be a replica of George Washington's Mt. Rushmore nose. (6/19/12)...
  • Round-Up: Artist's 3-D crime, Darwin's library, why parking's a mess

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    The Los Angeles's Round Up article features Michael and Magdalena Suarez Frimkess, "Made in L.A." Biennial at the Hammer artists, as an older L.A. couple who make whimsical ceramics. (7/17/14)...
  • 'Hollywood Exiles in Europe': Feeling alienated and anxious

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    "Hollywood Exiles in Europe," a 14-film retrospective starting Friday at the Hammer Museum's Billy Wilder Theater, shows audiences a selection of films made by the progressive filmmakers that during the late 1940s were driven to self-imposed exile. (7...
  • Hammer Museum forum discusses ‘Putin’s New World Order’

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    The Hammer Museum's latest discussion called “Putin’s New World Order,” featured Nina Khrushcheva, great-granddaughter of former Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev, Robert English, an international relations professor at USC who studies Russia and ...
  • 3 Questions with Danielle Dean

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    Danielle Dean shares what brought her to Los Angeles with The Hammer Museum in a short interview. (7/8/14)...
  • Seth Green on Hollywood’s negative depiction of aliens

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    The Hammer Museum's Conversations series joined Actor Seth Green and Dr. Peter Diamandis to discuss space exploration and the unfavorable portrayal of extraterrestrials in Hollywood movies. (7/17/14)...
  • Biennial’s Bright Young Things, Ages 77 and 84

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    According to the LA Times Michael Frimkess and Magdalena Suarez Frimkess have become the latest hit of the Hammer Museum’s 'Made in L.A.' biennial, thanks to a younger generation of local artists who have been bringing the couple's expressive, comic...
  • Channing Hansen's Quantum Paintings are Really Knit

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    Los Angeles Magazine spotlights Channing Hansen, a self-described “armchair physicist” whose Quantum Paintings riff on the two-dimensional medium, from the Hammer's very own 'Made in L.A.' exhibit. (7/17/14)...
  • A Public Fiction, at the Hammer Museum

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    Flavorpill discusses artist, curator, and graphic designer, Lauren Mackler's latest endeavour; to reloacte her Public Fiction for Made in L.A., where she will present a set of rotating exhibitions at the Hammer Museum during the biennial’s three-mon...
  • A.L. Steiner

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    The Modern Art Notes Podcast showcased A. L. Steiner, whose newest piece is included in "Made in L. A. 2014," the Hammer Museum’s biennial of Los Angeles-based artists. Steiner’s photo-installation Accidenthell considers, among other things, eleme...
  • Best Places to watch the World Cup in LA

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    Losangeles.com names the Hammer Museum as one of the best places to watch the world cup. The courtyard will be showing eight live matches during the World Cup this year, and entry is free. (8/12/14)....
  • 14 Places for Outdoor Summer Concerts in Los Angeles

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    WhereLA marks the Hammer Museum as one of the top 14 places for Outdoor Summer Concerts. Made in L.A. Music at the Hammer Museum will showcase L.A.’s vibrant and diverse music scene. (8/12/14)....
  • 19 Of Our Favorite Events In Los Angeles This Week

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    The LAist highlights KCRW and the Hammer's joint free shows at the Hammer Museum with live performances and DJ sets. Made in L.A. Music begins with a happy hour at 6:30 pm and the music at 7:30 with De Lux (Live), The Do-Over Mystery Guest DJs and KCRW DJ...
  • The Roving Eye: Catherine Opie

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    Town and Country interviewed UCLA's Department of Art Professor, Catherine Opie, about her life as L.A.’s signature art photographer as well as becoming one of the most collected in the world. (8/11/14)....
  • 15 Noteworthy Art Professors in Los Angeles

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    The Art Career Project presents a list of 15 Noteworthy LA Art Professors. The list includes UCLA Department of Ethnomusicology Professor Dan Neuman, and Department of Art Professor Catherine Opie tops the list as the number one art professor in Los Ang...
  • ‘Textiles of Timor, Island in the Woven Sea’ opens Sept. 7 at the Fowler Museum at UCLA

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    Known for housing one of the world's most complete and best-documented collections of Timorese textiles, UCLA's Fowler Museum will proudly display fifty beautifully dyed and intricately patterned cloths of Timor, including many from the Fowler Museum’s ...
  • Architecture and urban design students helped create a fully functional microhouse built using 3-D printing technology

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    PhysOrg.com highlighted UCLA's third-year Master of Architecture and Urban Design 3M futureLAB students's challenge in which they were required to create a livable space packed into fewer than 50 square feet in a portable structure that you can "build...