Highlights from the Art Shows 2020

with Editors Janice Bremec Blum & Carmen Bordas

INSTALLATION BIRTH OF THE NIEMAND.

The Birth of the Niemand consists of monumental large sculptures. They represent a whole range of negative emotions that people try to hide in their lives, such as maliciousness, inferiority complex, and unhealthy self confidence. His work and overall approach to art is rather untypical, but at the same time they reflect the situation in society and culture.
Artist, Viktor Freso creates sophisticated concepts and projects presenting them as seemingly simple closed “Pieces of Art.” His is often critical in his works and aggressively expresses his contempt of the art scene itself and its processes buy with a light, humorous and playful undertone.  Courtesy, LA Art Show 2020.

Eye Wide by Darius Steward.

A figurative watercolor painter, Steward is a native of East Cleveland, OH. Growing up in a rough neighborhood, he learned the power of images and laments that life had little shock value left. He began exploring his voice and addressing social based issues and the impact of popular culture and the media. For more info on Darius, go to https://dariussteward.com.

LA ART SHOW

This year we celebrated the 25th anniversary of the LA Art Show has established a tradition of presenting a vast range of art showing a range of styles, media, discipliLnes and periods from all over the world. Journey with me on this quick tour and before the pandemic began and what to expect in 2021. Janice Bremec Blum, Editor-in-Chief

One week later, FRIEZE came to LA.

Guest editor Carmen Bordas expounds on her FRIEZE LA 2020 journey with our team... "It immersed me in a totally new experience."
I'm Carmen Bordas, here to give you a photographic journey through FREIZE LA 2020
First of all, FRIEZE LA - 2020 was an amazing experience. It is a multidimensional art space where art galleries around the world serve up a variety of thoughts and ideas coexisting together.

FRIEZE LOS ANGELES 2020

First of all, FRIEZE LA takes place at Paramount Pictures Studios, the historic studio lot located right her in Hollywood. It largely focuses on contemporary art and celebrates the exceptionally dynamic culture of LA and its global contributions to the visual arts. 

The full program at Frieze Los Angeles brings together around 70 of the most significant and forward-thinking galleries from across the city and around the world. The fair experience happenings take place across the city.

Carmen Bordas talking art with dealer at FRIEZE LA 2020
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TribeLA Magazine has named William Wray the “Artist to Watch” for 2018! 

An eclectic artist, William Wray appeals to a wide range of tastes, styles, and superheroes. From his iconic Superman that graced the Pink Art Show to forlorn moments shared by “Partners in Crime,” Wray continues to wow us. He pulls on the heart strings of his subjects not just with Sesame street characters or with Tinker Bell, but also in his landscapes…

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Robert Soffian’s TribeLA Magazine Acrostic Interview

Robert Soffian’s TribeLA Magazine Acrostic Interview

I cherish my time in the studio by myself just working. That’s the space to experiment and work out the formalistic issues I have been following. Usually I am excited by internal fixations rather than things in the objective world. I love color and movement and playing with figures in action. Also learning new techniques and discovering different ways to use materials is my joint.

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Our First Artful Year – Happy Birthday TribeLA Magazine!

Our First Artful Year – Happy Birthday TribeLA Magazine!

It was January 2017 when TribeLA Magazine launched. With hard work, determination, and immense gratitude, TribeLA Mag continues to blossom every month. We thank YOU, the artists, authors, musicians, and especially our fellow Los Angeles tribe who made our debut year their favorite go to on-line magazine.

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