New! 8 Beautiful Brian Viveros Pieces

With a Marlboro dangling from the corner of her mouth, a Brian Viveros woman is hard to miss. Her beauty is undeniable despite her sullen look or half beaten up face. Her mystery will have you guessing, wondering how she could have arrived at this unfortunate place.

Brian will be showing the art you see here tonight, Saturday January 16 from 8:00-11:30 PM at the CoproGallery in Santa Monica. The show, called “Desensitized, will feature the work of both Brian Viveros and Dan Quintana. A mix of art, music, sculpture, and film, the show promises live girls walking paintings that break apart, a vibrating ground and surreal films project on walls inside and outside the gallery. It’s a full sensory experience you won’t want to miss.

Brian Viveros

January 20, 2017

Powerful Portraits Show the Faces Behind the Women’s March on Washington

With the Women’s March on Washington rapidly approaching, photographer Clayton Cubitt set about immortalizing some of the organizers and activists involved with the event. On January 21, 2017, women and advocates for women’s rights will march in Washington—as well as in other cities and countries during sister events. Cubitt’s set of powerful portraits gives a voice to the women behind the march, their faces glowing and vital as they explain why they’ve decided to participate.

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January 19, 2017

Brightly Embroidered Temari Balls Are a Kaleidoscope of Geometric Design

A form of ancient Japanese folk art, temari balls are brightly colored pieces of needlework covered with elaborate patterns. In the Edo period, aristocratic women created temari balls using pieces of silk from spare kimonos in a challenge toward perfection. To a wider public, they became a sensation several years ago after a 92-year-old grandmother’s temari collection went viral.

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