Get out your SPF and bikini and get ready to stroll Ocean Front Walk in Venice this weekend for the other Venice Bienniale. Not content to have launched the Los Angeles version of the fabled art Biennials that occur in other cities, now the Hammer is extending “Made in LA 2012″ beyond the museum and gallery walls and out to the sand. Well, close to the sand. For once, the art might trump the people-watching in Venice. Art critic Hunter Drohojowska-Philp talked about it with me. Read her text, hear her talk and see some images here, and check out this video preview from the Hammer.

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  • Ishtar Zahn said:

    Two of my favorite summer activities – artwork and going to the beach – all rolled into one. This is almost as good as the Outer banks Vacations our family took a couple of times.

  • Todd said:

    This just reminded me of one of my busier summers in college. I actually managed to fit in both art class and surfing lessons. It wasn't easy, but it sure was fun.

  • Mila Dawn said:

    Yep, as long as you're having fun and enjoying what you're doing, it's the best of both worlds of work and play. I had surfing lessons and I was juggling my time as an amateur surfer while taking a technical course at the nearest community college. Good times.

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