Carmen Disruption @ City Garage

by Joseph A. Hazani September 17, 2017

In a very challenging play, Carmen Disruption is a meditation on the dispossession of contemporary human life. Most especially is the disconnection between humans in a society. It’s a very intriguing thought to ponder the fact a city society is comprised of a multitude of strangers to one another. How close and yet how far apart each one is from resembling anything like a community or village....

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September 9th Bergamot Station Opening

by Joseph A. Hazani September 13, 2017

With a blizzard of art in the twilight of summer, the Bergamot Station demonstratively fulfilled its ambitions as an outpost on the edge of Western Civilization for High Art. There was a cornucopia of splendor with at least a dozen art galleries simultaneously holding openings. And the materials and subject matter were various, though there was a constant theme of Latin American art....

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Transcending Architecture w/Richard Chow @ Neutra

by Joseph A. Hazani September 8, 2017

Richard Chow’s latest opening was a phenomenal chance to see his evolution as an artist, toward his current status of invoking in a Promethean manner new structural conceptions. He was able to do so in a sublime manner of capturing realistic geometries but through photographic magic birthed a dreamy, almost Platonically-inspired, form of the triangle with his Into the Light | Windows. It is a....

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My Written Works

A Millionaire on Mars

A short....

On the Struggling Artist: An Essay

A philosophical....

On the Christian Business Ethic: An Essay

Analysis of the role that Christian morality has played in the development of commerce and....

On the Necessity of Color in the Fine Arts: An essay

A philosophical exploration of color and its use in Renaissance, abstract and modern fine....