Wendy Gilmartin | KCET
Wendy Gilmartin is an architect and journalist living and working in Los Angeles.
She has written for LAWeekly, The Houston Press, Coagula art Journal, Glasstire Visual Art & Review, The Dallas Observer and in the forthcoming book "LAtitudes: An Angeleno’s Atlas" by Heyday Books, Berkeley, California.
Post date: 2017-10-03T09:29:12-07:00
More than a sharing of aesthetics, the multiple architecture exhibitions uncovered in Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA offer insights into individual designers’ approaches to a similar building material, a cultural zeitgeist or mode of political thinking.
Post date: 2017-06-21T15:27:40-07:00
“Home - So Different, So Appealing” examines the very personal idea of home and its relationship to heavy matters such as belonging, displacement and poverty, among many socio-political issues.
Post date: 2016-11-09T01:40:00-08:00
Husband and wife collaborators, Quinn Gomez-Heitzeber and Astri Swendsrud are uncovering histories, and visiting sites left behind by spiritual communities — places where faith and failed utopias are intertwined.
Post date: 2016-06-14T10:21:00-07:00
In Los Angeles, buildings seem to spread out like a blanket, clinging to every curve of the ground plane, but as we accommodate rapid growth, construction is moving upwards as well.
Post date: 2016-05-08T16:40:17-07:00
In Skid Row, a community-driven plan proposes introducing cell phone charging stations, mobile hygiene services and street improvements to the neighborhood.
Post date: 2016-02-26T02:00:00-08:00
The 2015 Otis Report on the Creative Economy is out and it asserts once again that “L.A. is the creative capital of America.”