Both Don Ed Hardy and Laurie Steelink refuse to adhere to traditional artistic hierarchies, an attitude they have shared throughout their 30-year friendship.
An egregious “anti-woke” billboard erected in Los Angeles attempts to sow division among Latino/a/x communities.
Your list of must-see, fun, insightful, and very Los Angeles art events this month, including Bob Thompson, Aimee Goguen, Uta Barth, the Transcendental Painting Group, and more.
We bring you the scoop on eight dining options across LA’s cultural institutions, and it’s not all avocado toast.
Collaging debris culled during urban excursions, Michael Alvarez portrays the liminal spaces of his city, from freeway underpasses to public parks.
Red Night weaves together influences from horror cinema, pop culture, and political theory.
Created in 2020 by Alicia Rojas, the Orange County mural features the name of eight poderosas, or strong women, and poetry in English and Spanish.
Projecting LA featured honest portraits of the city by 35 street, documentary, news, and student photographers — with not a single Hollywood sign in sight.
Your list of must-see, fun, insightful, and very Los Angeles art events this month, including Lauren Halsey, Henry Taylor, William Kentridge, Cauleen Smith, and more.
The Kiowa Tribe is urging Bonhams to halt the sale of the books, which they believe “may have been wrongfully acquired.”
Kenturah Davis, Mickalene Thomas, and Shinique Smith are among the artists who created work for the K Line, which connects historical centers of Black American life and culture in LA.
Artist Ben Sakoguchi, who was imprisoned with his family in a Japanese internment camp, said his works are “a reminder of our history and of how far we still have to go as a society.”