You Are Next to Me is a dense and complicated ongoing work that manages to be funny, human, and spontaneous, about interaction and healing in the face of very present danger and trauma.
Revisiting the work of Jess, Robert Duncan, and Lawrence Ferlinghetti, who just turned 100 years old.
The rapid pace of reconstruction news means we’re breaking down the most important stories into a reader’s digest.
The crowdfunding campaign skyrocketed after the restoration of the Notre-Dame cathedral received $1 billion in public donations.
Self Help Graphics & Art is hosting its second Printmaking Summit featuring workshops, talks, and demonstrations. Celebrated artist Alison Saar will be giving the keynote address.
The four winning proposals were selected from 432 submissions, rated by over 350 jurors who cast nearly 12,000 votes. Submissions and jurors represented more than 67 countries.
Guava Island is a fun, colorful, anti-capitalist romp that leaves viewers smiling.
Courses are available in a variety of subjects including animation, fine arts, visual narrative, and many more.
Danielle Seid discusses Forever Chinatown, a film produced and directed by her grandparents in 1960.
The writer-director’s latest feature film chronicles China’s socioeconomic transformation through the eyes of a couple caught up in the criminal underworld.
Your list of must-see, fun, insightful, and very Los Angeles art events this season.
Our poetry editor, Wendy Xu, has selected two poems by Brian Foley for her monthly series that brings original poetry to the screens of Hyperallergic readers.