Christopher Michno | KCET
Christopher Michno writes about the visual arts, and is an editor for Artillery, a bimonthly contemporary art magazine, and DoppelHouse Press, a Los Angeles-based publisher of books on art and architecture. His work has also appeared in the LA Weekly, ICON Italy, and other publications.
Post date: 2019-03-07T08:43:47-08:00
“In the Sunshine of Neglect," a double venue exhibition, exposes the many layers of life in a vast area of contiguous valleys nestled below the San Gabriel and San Bernardino mountains: Inland Southern California.
Post date: 2019-01-16T15:43:04-08:00
It was 1996, and big media was swallowing up smaller stations in L.A., leaving little room for Latinx voices. It was into this barren media-scape that the pirate radio station Radio Clandestina emerged.
Post date: 2017-08-31T15:33:05-07:00
The ambient art rock band Motherboy is only loosely a rock band. The trio's sets are a multimodal interplay of ambient music, video and performance.
Post date: 2017-08-29T08:05:31-07:00
Boys of Summer, an art collective with origins in the Inland Empire, is one of the few in the Los Angeles area that addresses the experience of living in the area.
Post date: 2017-04-26T06:55:00-07:00
The Mojave Desert Land Trust has launched ecological guidelines and curriculum for artists looking to create art in the desert.
Post date: 2016-09-19T09:56:00-07:00
Pomona College has intentions to tear down a modestly scaled Brutalist building. The planned demolition prompts questions about the preservation of cultural resources.