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Holly Myers covered the art world as a critic for the Los Angeles Times and the LA Weekly for fifteen years beginning around 2000 and continues to writes about art periodically as the need, interest, or opportunity arises. Her art writing has also appeared in the New York Times, Art Review, Art + Auction and Modern Painters, among other publications. A selection of articles appears below. Click on the thumbnail for the PDF. 

Essays and Features

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Interviews and Profiles

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Anna Sew Hoy.JPG
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Colloquy was a bi-monthly series of panel discussions held in Los Angeles in 2012 and 2013 aimed at addressing big picture questions facing the art world. The inaugural project of then/and, Colloquy sought to provide a platform for intelligent debate concerning issues affecting artists, art professionals, and the nature of art production in Southern California—one contingent not an any individual exhibition or institution, but on the participation of the community at large. 

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