Roberts Projects is leaving Culver City, as gallery scene shifts to Central L.A. The gallery, which has been on Venice Boulevard for four years, will close after its final exhibition on November 1st. The company is planning to reopen a new center in Venice.
The Venice Boulevard gallery space, which has been on Venice Boulevard for four years, will close after it’s final exhibition on November 1st. “We just couldn’t do it anymore,” says owner and editor of Artnews magazine, Scott Leventhal. “This art scene is just too exciting.”
Scott Leventhal says he’s working on a plan to reopen The Venice Boulevard gallery space that will relocate to Venice. He’ll announce the opening date soon.
ArtNews is still going strong through the holidays, but the holiday season is over. The art fair will open on January 20th and close on the day after. It runs until March 1st, with one major fair in mid-April at the LA Convention Center.
Artnews magazine and publisher Scott Leventhal have closed sales and subscriptions to customers for the time being. Their move to a new location on Venice Boulevard puts them only a block north of the Venice Beach Pavilion, so they will still be close to many of their artists and the Venice Beach Boardwalk.
The closure of Newsroom magazine is the latest casualty in a string of recent changes at the Los Angeles Times. Another major change was the move of the print-quality and Web-delivery operations from Santa Monica to an office in Long Beach, where the Times has just moved its newsroom and Web operations.
The move to Long Beach has been a major focus of the newspaper over the last several weeks, and I have been traveling to Long Beach quite a bit to write about it since my last article came out on Thursday.
In this week’s Los Angeles Times, the editorial page takes on a wide range of issues and issues that affect all of us–from the economy, immigration, the arts, and education to guns, education, and politics. In the first part of this week’s editorial, we cover the importance of the arts and arts education in our lives. In Part 2, we discuss the immigration situation.
And in the article about education, we discuss the new Los Angeles Unified School District’s controversial approach to high school reform. I’m joined on this program by the chief communications officer of the Los Angeles Times, Mark Bern