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A.G. Geiger Presents, Tales from the LA Art Underworld

Michael Delgado

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A.G. Geiger Presents, Tales from the LA Art Underworld

A.G. Geiger Presents, Tales from the LA Art Underworld

Michael Delgado

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Fine art book store owner, Michael Delgado interviews the most interesting artists, musicians, performers, poets, writers and other malcontents prowling the Los Angeles cultural landscape. Produced in cooperation with the Mayfair Hotel and music and artist management company Regime 72, "A.G. Geiger Presents" comes to you weekly from the Library Bar of the historic Mayfair Hotel.

Latest Episodes

#51 Art Critic and Educator Paddy Johnson

The Founder of the influential website Art F City, Paddy Johnson explains why artist statements tend to suck and what to do about it. While chatting about her work as a writer for the New York Times, the Economist and other major publications, Paddy offers tips to artists on how to better present themselves while talking about their work.

23 MIN2 w ago
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#51 Art Critic and Educator Paddy Johnson

#50 Emmy Award Winning Director, Creative Director and Fine Artist, Wayne White

Artist Wayne White best known for his "Word Paintings" and his broadcast career as the strong creative force behind Pee Wee's Playhouse, introduces his return to puppetry in a new project for Instagram.

26 MINAPR 25
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#50 Emmy Award Winning Director, Creative Director and Fine Artist, Wayne White

#49 Love Letter to LA from Her Top Poets

In a special edition for our time of quarantine, 12 of LA's finest wordsmiths offer readings dedicated to the idea of Los Angeles as a unique sense of cultural place, time and energy. Instead of focusing on pandemic and isolation, it's a reminder of why we live here and why we would live nowhere else. Participating poets in order of appearance: Ellyn Maybe, Laurel Ann Bogen, Bill Cushing, Lynne Thompson, Brendan Constantine, Susan Hayden, Suzanne Lummis, Gail Wronsky, Richard Modiano, Candice Kelsey, Nicelle Davis, and Luis J. Rodriquez.

41 MINAPR 9
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#49 Love Letter to LA from Her Top Poets

#48 Artist Larry Bell/ special edition

On special assignment for Art Report Today dot com, I had the opportunity to speak with the world renown artist who explains why not knowing what you are doing is the best part of the creative process.

26 MINMAR 29
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#48 Artist Larry Bell/ special edition

#47 Poet & Author, Candice Kelsey

In intense and clear vignettes with structural allusions to classic literature, Kelsey mines the depths of her life as a daughter and a mother, and by association our own childhood experiences and adult self-consciousness.

34 MINMAR 11
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#47 Poet & Author, Candice Kelsey

#46 SoLA Contemporary Director, Tatum Hawkins

Helping to drive exciting new community oriented programming at South Los Angeles Contemporary, Director Tatum Hawkins talks about the Crenshaw District, the non-profit's mission and their upcoming shows that include projects with Storm Ascher & Mylo Mu.

25 MINMAR 4
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#46 SoLA Contemporary Director, Tatum Hawkins

#45 Artist Sheinina Raj

We visit with artist Sheinina Raj who talks aboutIntercultural,her traveling exhibition/sound installation collaboration with Grammy award winner Nelly Furtado. The exhibition opens May 16, 2020 at the Louis Lambert Gallery in Bergamont Station, Los Angeles.

39 MINFEB 19
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#45 Artist Sheinina Raj

#44 Artist, Nancy Buchanan

A key figure in the performance art scene and of the feminist art movement that emerged in Southern California during the 1970s, Buchanan's work has often positioned the audience as participants in a wider conversation on the gendered and defamilarized body, the dangers of commercialized voyeurism and the dire consequences of an increasing militarization in our society. Her work is included in the collections of major museums here in the US and abroad, including MOMA and the Centre Pompidou among many others.

37 MINFEB 7
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#44 Artist, Nancy Buchanan

#43 John Caulkin, WPA Poster Exhibition

Exhibition organizer Caulkin, explains why WPA posters are more relevant today than ever and how you can get inspired in workshops Feb 1 and Feb 8 on Chung King Road.

28 MINJAN 28
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#43 John Caulkin, WPA Poster Exhibition

#42 Gallerist Juri Koll

Opening a new space in the Bendix building, Gallerist Juri Koll talks about his inaugural show, a retrospective of LA Artist Gloriane Harris. He also discusses the upcoming 2020 edition of the Fine Arts Film Festival at Beyond Baroque and other noteworthy art news.

29 MINJAN 21
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#42 Gallerist Juri Koll

Latest Episodes

#51 Art Critic and Educator Paddy Johnson

The Founder of the influential website Art F City, Paddy Johnson explains why artist statements tend to suck and what to do about it. While chatting about her work as a writer for the New York Times, the Economist and other major publications, Paddy offers tips to artists on how to better present themselves while talking about their work.

23 MIN2 w ago
Comments
#51 Art Critic and Educator Paddy Johnson

#50 Emmy Award Winning Director, Creative Director and Fine Artist, Wayne White

Artist Wayne White best known for his "Word Paintings" and his broadcast career as the strong creative force behind Pee Wee's Playhouse, introduces his return to puppetry in a new project for Instagram.

26 MINAPR 25
Comments
#50 Emmy Award Winning Director, Creative Director and Fine Artist, Wayne White

#49 Love Letter to LA from Her Top Poets

In a special edition for our time of quarantine, 12 of LA's finest wordsmiths offer readings dedicated to the idea of Los Angeles as a unique sense of cultural place, time and energy. Instead of focusing on pandemic and isolation, it's a reminder of why we live here and why we would live nowhere else. Participating poets in order of appearance: Ellyn Maybe, Laurel Ann Bogen, Bill Cushing, Lynne Thompson, Brendan Constantine, Susan Hayden, Suzanne Lummis, Gail Wronsky, Richard Modiano, Candice Kelsey, Nicelle Davis, and Luis J. Rodriquez.

41 MINAPR 9
Comments
#49 Love Letter to LA from Her Top Poets

#48 Artist Larry Bell/ special edition

On special assignment for Art Report Today dot com, I had the opportunity to speak with the world renown artist who explains why not knowing what you are doing is the best part of the creative process.

26 MINMAR 29
Comments
#48 Artist Larry Bell/ special edition

#47 Poet & Author, Candice Kelsey

In intense and clear vignettes with structural allusions to classic literature, Kelsey mines the depths of her life as a daughter and a mother, and by association our own childhood experiences and adult self-consciousness.

34 MINMAR 11
Comments
#47 Poet & Author, Candice Kelsey

#46 SoLA Contemporary Director, Tatum Hawkins

Helping to drive exciting new community oriented programming at South Los Angeles Contemporary, Director Tatum Hawkins talks about the Crenshaw District, the non-profit's mission and their upcoming shows that include projects with Storm Ascher & Mylo Mu.

25 MINMAR 4
Comments
#46 SoLA Contemporary Director, Tatum Hawkins

#45 Artist Sheinina Raj

We visit with artist Sheinina Raj who talks aboutIntercultural,her traveling exhibition/sound installation collaboration with Grammy award winner Nelly Furtado. The exhibition opens May 16, 2020 at the Louis Lambert Gallery in Bergamont Station, Los Angeles.

39 MINFEB 19
Comments
#45 Artist Sheinina Raj

#44 Artist, Nancy Buchanan

A key figure in the performance art scene and of the feminist art movement that emerged in Southern California during the 1970s, Buchanan's work has often positioned the audience as participants in a wider conversation on the gendered and defamilarized body, the dangers of commercialized voyeurism and the dire consequences of an increasing militarization in our society. Her work is included in the collections of major museums here in the US and abroad, including MOMA and the Centre Pompidou among many others.

37 MINFEB 7
Comments
#44 Artist, Nancy Buchanan

#43 John Caulkin, WPA Poster Exhibition

Exhibition organizer Caulkin, explains why WPA posters are more relevant today than ever and how you can get inspired in workshops Feb 1 and Feb 8 on Chung King Road.

28 MINJAN 28
Comments
#43 John Caulkin, WPA Poster Exhibition

#42 Gallerist Juri Koll

Opening a new space in the Bendix building, Gallerist Juri Koll talks about his inaugural show, a retrospective of LA Artist Gloriane Harris. He also discusses the upcoming 2020 edition of the Fine Arts Film Festival at Beyond Baroque and other noteworthy art news.

29 MINJAN 21
Comments
#42 Gallerist Juri Koll
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