Olson_Still

Skate Venice–Steve Olson & Alex Olson Hit the Old World (Vid)

During the 54th Biennale in Venice, Italy, this year, I got to shack up in the Venice in Venice house–thanks to curators Jacqueline Miro and Tim Nye. In english Venice means expensive, so it rapidly became evident that there were

Olson_Still

Skate Venice–Steve Olson & Alex Olson Hit the Old World (Vid)

During the 54th Biennale in Venice, Italy, this year, I got to shack up in the Venice in Venice house–thanks to curators Jacqueline Miro and Tim Nye. In english Venice means expensive, so it rapidly became evident that there were

Chris_Burdens

Closing Down LACMA (New Year’s Day 2012)

When the LA Weekly asked me for significant architectural shifts in 2011, I asked architects, John Friedman and Alice Kimm, Lorcan O’Herlihy, Neil M. Denari and Stuart Magruder for their’s but couldn’t resist throwing in one of my own–LACMA. It’s

Chris_Burdens

Closing Down LACMA (New Year’s Day 2012)

When the LA Weekly asked me for significant architectural shifts in 2011, I asked architects, John Friedman and Alice Kimm, Lorcan O’Herlihy, Neil M. Denari and Stuart Magruder for their’s but couldn’t resist throwing in one of my own–LACMA. It’s

Berry_Stecyk_WP

The First Couple of Public Transportation

(Originally published by the L.A. Weekly January 7, 2010) Somewhere in Los Angeles, CR Stecyk III’s cherry 1980s-era El Camino is sitting idle in a driveway. Never mind, its impeccably hip, much-sought-after vehicle-nature, this morning, at 10:58 a.m. Stecyk, the

Berry_Stecyk_WP

The First Couple of Public Transportation

(Originally published by the L.A. Weekly January 7, 2010) Somewhere in Los Angeles, CR Stecyk III’s cherry 1980s-era El Camino is sitting idle in a driveway. Never mind, its impeccably hip, much-sought-after vehicle-nature, this morning, at 10:58 a.m. Stecyk, the

Billy_Al_Venice_WP
/ Art

Venice Days, Part I

Here’s the introduction for a piece commissioned by curator Jacqueline Miro for the “Venice in Venice” exhibit at the 54th International Biennale  that she and gallerist Tim Nye mounted. Though it was technically  a piece of collateral, neither of them

Billy_Al_Venice_WP
/ Art

Venice Days, Part I

Here’s the introduction for a piece commissioned by curator Jacqueline Miro for the “Venice in Venice” exhibit at the 54th International Biennale  that she and gallerist Tim Nye mounted. Though it was technically  a piece of collateral, neither of them