The Other Art Fair Los Angeles Deviates From the Norm



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September 15, 2022

The Other Art Fair

The Other Art Fair

On September 22, 2022, The Other Art Fair Los Angeles returns to Santa Monica’s historic Barker Hangar. Presented by Saatchi Art in partnership with Bombay Sapphire, this fair combines boundary-pushing yet affordable original works from 140 independent artists with immersive installations, performances, interactive features, tattooing, and more.

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Chaotic Facial Markings Express the Wildly Varied Emotions



Art

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#fabric
#mixed media
#paint
#Reen Barrera
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#wood

September 16, 2022

Grace Ebert

All images © Reen Barrera, shared with permission

Growing up in the Phillipines in the 90’s, Reen Barrera would often repurpose scraps of fabric and wood into imaginative figures that became central to his play. The constructions were stand-ins for what the Filipino artist

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A Rare Glimpse of Comet Leonard’s Last Moments Wins the



Photography

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#comets
#contests
#landscapes
#light
#moon
#space
#stars

September 16, 2022

Grace Ebert

“Disconnection Event” © Gerald Rhemann, Tivoli Southern Sky Guest Farm, Khomas, Namibia, December 25, 2021. All images © Astronomy Photographer of the Year, shared with permission

The brilliant Comet Leonard put on a mesmerizing performance late last year when it streaked across the sky on

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A New Book Explores the Practices of 38 Black Ceramicists



Art
Craft
History

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#ceramics
#pottery
#sculpture

September 15, 2022

Grace Ebert

Morel Doucet, “Skin Congregate on the Eve of Every Mountain” (2019), slip-cast porcelain with decals. Photo by David Gary Lloyd, courtesy of the artist and Galerie Myrtis

Ceramics is both versatile and enduring, allowing for myriad aesthetic sensibilities, degrees of functionality, and the ability to last lifetimes. 

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Ancient Design Motifs Meet Contemporary Ceramics in Maxwell



Art
Craft

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#ceramics
#Maxwell Mustardo
#sculpture

September 14, 2022

Kate Mothes

All images © Maxwell Mustardo, shared with permission, courtesy of Culture Object and Jody Kivort

Gadrooning, an ornamental motif consisting of a series of tapered convex or concave curves, is derived from the decorative exteriors of Roman sarcophagi and antiquities. Renaissance artisans revisited it in the

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From a Volcanic Fissure to a Waterlily Harvest, the 2022



Photography

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#animals
#contests
#drones
#landscapes

September 14, 2022

Grace Ebert

“Big Bang” by Armand Sarlangue. All images courtesy of Siena Awards Festival, shared with permission

The annual Drone Photo Awards announced its 2022 winners earlier this month, releasing a remarkable collection of images that frame the world’s most alluring landscapes from a rarely-seen view. This year’s contest garnered

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iQIYI and Poly Culture Reach Strategic Partnership to Drive

BEIJING, July 21, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — iQIYI, an innovative market-leading online entertainment service in China, announced on Jul. 19 that it has reached a strategic agreement in Beijing with Poly Culture Group Corporation Limited. As the corporation touches on many aspects of the entertainment content ecology and integrates both companies’ online and offline resources, it helps accelerate

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Bethlehem ranked among Top 100 Best Places to Live in

Bethlehem is being named one of the Top 100 Best Places to Live in America.

Livability.com, a website ranking the nation’s most livable small and mid-sized cities, included Bethlehem after considering such factors as economic stability, housing, amenities, infrastructure, demographics, social and civic capital, and health care. Livability examined more than 2,300 cities (with a population under 500,000) based on

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