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Sharon Mizota

Sharon Mizota

Sharon Mizota is an art critic and archivist whose writing appears regularly in the Los Angeles Times. In 2011-12 she reviewed all 69 official “Pacific Standard Time” exhibitions in the series “PST: A to Z.” She has also written for Artforum, X-TRA Contemporary Art Quarterly, ARTNews and other publications. She is a recipient of a Creative Capital/Warhol Foundation Arts Writers' Grant and a coauthor of the award-winning book, "Fresh Talk/Daring Gazes: Conversations on Asian American Art." Photo credit: Oliver Wang.

Sharon Mizota
Irving Browne, Iconoclasm and Whitewash. New York, 1886. Illustrated by the author. The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens.
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Everything is Illuminated: Extra-Illustrated Books at The Huntington

The Huntington Library's extra-illustrated books are treasure troves of art, their pages filled with original watercolors, prints, and illustrations from as early as the 18th century.
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Sam Durant's Social Media Movement: What #isamuseum?

Sam Durant elevates the conversation about a museum's role in society to today's digital age, asking social media users to post their opinions online.
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Community's the Thing: Susan Silton Examines the Power of Names

L.A. artist Susan Silton's "Who's in a Name?" looks at rituals of history, celebrity, and death by investigating how we acknowledge and commemorate one another.
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Once More, With Feeling: Stephen Prina's History Paintings

At LACMA, Stephen Prina displays 28 hot pink plywood replicas.
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Trisha Brown: Dance in the Museum

What if dance could be any movement, executed by anybody, anywhere? Trisha Brown blurrs the boundary between dance and the rhythms and movements of everyday life.
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Catherine Opie: From the Outside In

Catherine Opie's images are distinguished by her ability to merge references to photographic history with the stuff of contemporary life.
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Art Meets Literature in L.A.'s Indie Presses

Independent publishing companies in L.A. are growing and blurring the distinction between literature and art.
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Ken Gonzales-Day Re-Examines Violence, Race, and Identity

Ken Gonzales-Day brings a grim forgotten California history to life in the present day and addresses art history and its troubled relationship to the representation of race.
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Ken Price's Fantastic, Idiosyncratic Blobs

Until recently, Ken Price was one of L.A.'s most overlooked masters. The exhibition, Ken Price Sculpture: A Retrospective at LACMA features an array of work completed by the artist throughout his career.
  Liz Glynn in her studio with her ceramic copy (in progress) of the Salisbury Hoard | Photo: Sharon Mizota.
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Unfaithful Copies: Liz Glynn's 'Ancient' Artifacts

Liz Glynn is a Los Angeles artist using the lowliest of materials to make her own, handmade copies of precious ancient objects.
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