Courtesy of UTA.

Courtesy of UTA.

Arcmanoro Niles 
Never Knew What Little Time We Had (I Lost The Nameless Things) 
2019 
Oil, acrylic and glitter on canvas 
58 1_2 x 79 in. 
Photo by Stan Narten  
Courtesy of the artist and Rachel Uffner Gallery.

Arcmanoro Niles
Never Knew What Little Time We Had (I Lost The Nameless Things)
2019
Oil, acrylic and glitter on canvas
58 1_2 x 79 in.
Photo by Stan Narten
Courtesy of the artist and Rachel Uffner Gallery.

Arcmanoro Niles 
All Hero's Get Tired (I Should Have Took You Driving) 
2019 
Oil, acrylic and glitter on canvas 
55 1/2 x 74 inches 
Photo by Stan Narten  
Courtesy of the artist and Rachel Uffner Gallery.

Arcmanoro Niles
All Hero's Get Tired (I Should Have Took You Driving)
2019
Oil, acrylic and glitter on canvas
55 1/2 x 74 inches
Photo by Stan Narten
Courtesy of the artist and Rachel Uffner Gallery.

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Los Angeles

UTA’s Arthur Lewis Shares the Off-the-Beaten Path Place to See Art

In order to give you the best of Los Angeles, Whitewaller spoke with Arthur Lewis, Creative Director of UTA Fine Arts and UTA Artist Space, who shared his favorite spots in the city.

Where is your favorite spot in the city to find inspiration?
The Underground Museum. Lovers of the visual arts, music, and community come together to make this one of the coolest spots in LA.

What is your favorite off-the-beaten path place to see art?
I am always incredibly curious to see what restaurants and coffee shops have on their walls. Harun Coffee in Leimert Park had a painting on the wall by artist Ferrari Sheppard that now hangs in my home.

What is the best kept secret in Los Angeles?
I am a big fan of Alta restaurant in West Adams. The menu is a light take on comfort food.  The atmosphere is really relaxed and I love that I often encounter friends and neighbors having a meal or a drink at the bar.

 

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