Bill Powers: Your drawings were featured in “The Avant Garde Won’t Give Up: Cobra and Its Legacy” at Blum & Poe Los Angeles. How were you first introduced to the movement?
Eddie Martinez: In 2009, I was going to Europe a lot—particularly Denmark—which is where I saw Asger Jorn’s work at the Louisiana Museum. I really fell in love with it. Read More
Today’s show: “The West Coast Avant-Garde: 1950-Present” is currently on view at Kohn Gallery in Los Angeles. The group exhibition is a survey of art made in California starting in the mid-1950’s spanning until the present featuring works by Richard Diebenkorn, Ed Ruscha, and Larry Bell to name a few. Read More
The estate of John Altoon, a core member of the Los Angeles art scene of the late 1950s and ’60s, is now represented by Los Angeles’s Kohn Gallery. Read More