After leaving Germany in 1924, Galka Scheyer dedicated her life to circulating the artwork of the interwar European avant-garde in the United States.
Kevin Beasley’s installation feels sublime and sacred in its grandiose silence.
Two gallery shows currently on view in Los Angeles place women artists in conversation with a period of contemporary art history that has been primarily shaped by the output of male artists.
A group exhibition at the Municipal Art Gallery in East Hollywood critically questions the infrastructure of democracy.
In addition to the centuries of trauma that artists are exploring and attempting to reconcile with contemporary reality, there is also an underlying solidarity that weaves itself into the fabric of Non-fiction at the Underground Museum.
LOS ANGELES — As I arrived recently at the Fowler Museum, I made a beeline toward the José Montoya exhibition, rushing past a beautifully situated cloister and a series of photographs recording the efforts of the Legalize LA labor activist campaign.
PHILADELPHIA — The bus dropped me off a block away from 22nd Street and Ridge Avenue in North Philadelphia, where Community Futures Lab is located.
LOS ANGELES — The title of the exhibition How to Remove Stains seems to be lifted from an article in Good Housekeeping — blemishes, quelle horreur!