Wednesday, June 8, 2016

Tosh Berman and Michael Kohn Interviewed on Wallace Berman American Aleph exhibition

Michael Kohn is intrerviewed about the Wallace Berman American Aleph exhibition at the Kohn Gallery. And if you stay towards the end, I'm interviewed as well.
You Can't Eat The Sunshine
3 hrs
New podcast (episode 111): The Wild World of Wallace Berman
Join us for a special episode dedicated to the influential Los Angeles artist Wallace Berman (1926-1976). Our guests are Hollywood gallerist Michael Kohn, who walks us through the retrospective exhibition "Wallace Berman—American Aleph," on view at Kohn Gallery through June 25, 2016, and the artist's son, the author and publisher Tosh Berman, talking about his father's craft and character, and his importance in the mid-century West Coast cultural scene. 
We’ll also discuss the campaign to Save The Smell and with it the last remnants of the early 20th century Main Street entertainment zone, a lost episode of California's Gold with Huell Howser reminds us that Lummis House needs a lot of help, a troubling proposal to gut the Cecil Hotel (aka Stay On Main) and a new campaign to ensure Pershing Square’s historic monuments don’t fall by the wayside if the park is redesigned. All this and more as Kim & Richard usher in the month of June, 2016.

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