Jasmin Hernandez, author of We Are Here: Visionaries of Color Transforming the Art World, says her work is all about collective effort.
The artist describes each small painting, created in the style of the ex-voto, as a sign of resilience.
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Rebecca VanDiver hopes that her book will appeal to readers interested in “what it means to be Black in the 20th century, what it means to Black in the 21st century.”
William Camargo visits spaces like a formerly segregated park and the Anaheim City Hall, where four Klan members were once elected.
Chan has worked on the ICE Not Welcome campaign and a series of interviews with recently released persons during the pandemic.
Marilyn Chase’s new biography sheds light on Asawa’s contributions to San Francisco’s public schools and its artistic community at large.
The Heroes and Sheroes series, comprised of 29 works, features the faces of figures like Martin Luther King Jr., Coretta Scott King, Cesar Chavez, and Daniel and Philip Berrigan.
Devyn Galindo and Hope Steinman-Iacullo charted a three-month journey from Los Angeles to the Florida Keys, stopping along the way to photograph and interview queer people across the country.
The more than 7,000 pairs of shoes commemorating victims of school shootings recalled the many artworks that have used clothing to raise awareness around violence.
The photographs in Star Montana’s show at Beta Main contain the beauty of Los Angeles without hiding its rougher edges.
LOS ANGELES — At the intersection of 48th Street and Wall Street in South Central Los Angeles, a homeless man pushes a cart filled with blankets and clothes.