Hyperallergic’s Los Angeles-based contributors share their top exhibition choices of the year.
Artists are embracing the holiday spirit, from a train show to a Kwanzaa festival.
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After months of protesting against Decree 349, a proposed government sanction that would censor the arts, Bruguera will take legal action “against parties who have damaged myself and my family, psychologically, socially and professionally.” Lawyers say it is the first legal case of its kind.
Kenyon will work with students in the College of Arts, Media and Design’s Arts Administration and Cultural Entrepreneurship graduate offerings.
While some decried the decision of removing the mural as censorship, others in the LA art community have appreciated the pain that the imagery could produce.
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On Monday, artist Robert Cenedella’s lawyers appeared before a Manhattan judge to argue that a conspiracy exists between New York’s top museums and galleries to celebrate the Warhols of the world at the expense of the “Anti-Warhols.”
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Suss’s vibrant paintings celebrate the legacy of the painter, sculptor, and furniture maker known as the “Dean of American Craft.”
The acclaimed director’s new black-and-white drama, Roma, is a moving chronicle of family strife and class struggles in 1970s Mexico City.
Anthony Roth Costanzo has made it his mission to make classical music appealing to broader and younger audiences. It worked.