Archive for November, 2011

JEANA SOHN: Cecci Magazine

Tuesday, November 29th, 2011

Jeana Sohn featured in the Korean Magazine Cecci.

HEATHER TAYLOR: New American Paintings

Tuesday, November 29th, 2011

Gallery owner Heather Taylor is interviewed for “Gallerist at Home,” by Ellen Caldwell for New American Paintings.

“Heather Taylor, gallerist and owner of Taylor De Cordoba in Culver City and blogger extraordinaire, is a woman on the go to say the least.  Her gallery is best known for its intimate space, innovative program, and collaborative events, such as Eating Our Words.

The gallery is home to both established and up-and-coming artists, and is an inviting space for art lovers and novices alike.  Much like the gallery she has cultivated, Heather’s home is a place of particular peace and beauty.  Art hangs against earth-toned walls and amongst beautiful textiles and vignettes of cozy collectibles.I sat down with Heather to find out the back-stories behind some of her favorite art that hangs in her own personal space…”

Click HERE to read the complete article.


Tuesday, November 29th, 2011

Recrafting History included in “Best Art I Saw All Week,” by Megan Sallabedra for the LA Weekly.

“…And on the note of fiction and memory, “Recrafting History: Nostalgia & Craft in the American Memory” at Taylor de Cordoba down the street is well worth checking out. Frohawk Two-Feathers‘ depictions of the (fictional) saga of the Frenglish Empire (yeah, you read that right) result in a witty and totally awesome-to-look-at set of drawings and paintings…”

Click HERE to read the complete article.

FROHAWK TWO FEATHERS: New American Paintings

Tuesday, November 29th, 2011

Fact, Fiction and Friction: Frohawk Two Feathers

by Ellen Caldwell for New American Paintings

“During a time when fiction dances eerily with fact, it feels appropriate to look to a contemporary artist from my generation who is using acrylics, tea-dyed paper, and a variety of mediums to blur, illuminate, disguise, and play with these lines.  I first saw Frohawk Two Feathers’ (NAP #73) work at Taylor De Cordoba in 2006 and have followed him and his empire literally through many gallery and museum openings, and figuratively through 100’s of years, numerous battles, wars, and revolutions.  Lives have been lost, prisoners have been taken, but Frohawk always comes out on top.

As current 30-somethings, Frohawk and I grew up in a murky time.  For me, my 20’s were formative: besides being post-college and post-9/11, the 2004 elections, The 9/11 Commission Report, the United States’ invasion of Iraq, and Sarah Palin’s vice presidential nomination influenced my worldview largely.  Bottom line: I don’t believe anything anyone says anymore…”

Click HERE to read the full article.

GALLERY: Rue Magazine

Tuesday, November 29th, 2011

Gallery owner Heather Taylor was featured as the Gallery Curator for Rue Magazine’s Anniversary Issue. Click HERE to see all of her artwork selections.