Kimberly Nichols

KIMBERLY NICHOLS is a Los-Angeles based artist, writer, healer and social anthropologist. She is the editor of Newtopia Magazine, author of the book of literary short fiction Mad Anatomy, as well as a contributing editor to 3AM Magazine where her column Naked in Front of Strangers runs regularly. She has exhibited as a conceptual artist throughout California over the past two decades. Her non-fiction articles have appeared in magazines and media internationally. She is currently at work on her novel King Neptune’s Journey. Her spare time is spent studying shamanism, plant medicine, and energetic psychology under a series of respected teachers. Follow her daily beat poetry on Twitter @LITGFOA or her arts and literature blog.

Articles by Kimberly Nichols

Gisela Colon, Lancaster Museum of Art and History Colorimetry Uses Color as Instigator

Four years ago, the Lancaster Museum of Art and History (MOAH) went through a major renovation with its groundbreaking new building alongside the hiring of Andi Campognone, noted Southern California curator and arts-professional, to manage …

Karen Lofgren, High Desert Test Sites Karen Lofgren’s “Trajectory Object” Buried at High Desert Test Sites

From 2010 through 2013, artist Karen Lofgren was mentally occupied by the nature of time and the idea that we, as human beings, take it for granted as relatively concrete. Within our life spans we …

Forrest Bess, Hammer Museum Forrest Bess: Seeing Things Invisible

Amongst a sea of plastic boobs, manicured humans, movie stars, gracious art donors and the crème de la crème of the Los Angeles art world scene at the recent annual Hammer Museum gala, I, with …

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