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Because that's the best you can do. You can't really get there. You can only get to Culver City or Burbank or Santa Monica or about 75 other places. Which one is Los Angeles? Well, talking with three of LA's best artists-Michael C. McMillen, James Doolin and Carl Cheng- is one approach to answering that question. Each of these interviews is worth its weight in gold. How much do interviews weigh? Good question-a lot more here than in other magazines. Plus "Rolling Art in LA," "U.S. Disney," and portfolios by Halldor Enard and David Meanix.

 

Issue# 7               August 2003

Approaching LA

Table of Contents

A Conversation with Michael C. McMillen
The Alchemy of Things

Andy Brumer
The Wild Parrots of LA

Halldor √Čard
Photography Portfolio

A Conversation with Carl Cheng
The John Doe Company

David Meanix
Portraits

A Conversation with James Doolin
Journey

Gale Wagner
Christine Petty
U.S.Disney

The Hood Gallery
Rolling Art in LA

Rue Harrison
Indigo Animal

 
 
 
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