The municipal government is carrying out mass evictions as it prepares to level some 430 million square feet of illegal housing.
Danielle Shang, an independent writer, art historian and exhibition organizer, lives and works in Los Angeles. Her research focuses on the impact of globalization, urban renewal, social change, and class restructuring on art-making in the Global South. She has been a guest speaker and collaborator at various institutions, contributed to journals such as ArtForum, Harper’s Bazaar Art (Arabia), Art Asia Pacific, YiShu-Journal of Contemporary Chinese Art, LEAP, and Randian, and worked closely with Asian, European and African artists, scholars and institutions on their exhibitions, publications, projects, translations, and researches.
She completed her graduate studies at UCLA.
Collectors of Color on the Importance of Supporting Under-Recognized Artists
In Los Angeles, a group of forward-thinking collectors is focused on building and championing diversity through the work they select.