“The Bronx Comes to Los Angeles” presents Ahearn’s and Torres’s works side by side, and it is ultimately Torres’s sculptures that stand out.
The personal essays in this luminous anthology, published by Which Witch LA, pair the interiors of the sanitarium’s rooms with the inner lives of women.
The email, which the union cites as an example of Kimberli Meyer’s “problematic management,” discusses how the museum should address visitors to an exhibition on police violence.
After artists featured in a Chimento Contemporary exhibition engaged with protesters outside, their show was pressured to shut down.
Together the neighbors have built an incomplete history of the empty lot where Tanya Brodsky installed her sculpture earlier this summer.
Experimental exhibitions flourish in backyards, gardens, garages, and parking lots in ways other cities can’t afford.