Fat Beats: “The Last Stop In Hip Hop” Reaches the End of the Line

Somewhere in the midst of Youtube videos, MP3s, digital downloads, Pandora, and Serato Scratch, a unique art form has been lost. Vinyl. It’s not just the gritty, raw sound of vinyl records that I love, but the art of the album cover is a unique medium in its own right. Album art complimented the artistic … Continue reading Fat Beats: “The Last Stop In Hip Hop” Reaches the End of the Line

Is Trouble Brewing at the Museum of African Diaspora?

It has been months since my visit to MoAD and I’ve been slightly preoccupied with this museum ever since. It wasn’t necessarily the gripping portrayals of the unimaginable horrors of the middle passage portrayed in the “Slavery Passage Gallery”. Nor was it the beautifully imposing glass encased portrait of a young African child greeting visitors … Continue reading Is Trouble Brewing at the Museum of African Diaspora?

Eli Broad Picks Museum Site for Collection

After months of speculation and anxious anticipation by Contemporary Art patrons, Eli and Edythe Broad have chosen Downtown L.A.’s Grand Avenue as the location for “the Broad Collection”, the permanent home of their aquisitions representing over 50 years of Contemporary Art. L.A. Times Article Regarding Museum Site The new location affirms Broad’s vision for creating … Continue reading Eli Broad Picks Museum Site for Collection