Tag Archives: Roland Barthes

Out at the Elbows at metro pcs

Up the stairs of 422 Ord Street in Los Angeles’ Chinatown lies artist-run space metro pcs. Inside, the small three-piece exhibition, “Out at the Elbows,” occupies the fluorescent former Cambodian Consulate interior.

What is an Author for?

The Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Renia Sofia in Madrid is the controversial home of Picasso’s “Guernica.” Controversial, because Picasso asked in his will that the painting be housed at the Prado, but at the smaller Renia Sophia “Guernica” lords over the rest of the collection like a fat black…