Tropical Storm Hilary forced the LA museum to close just weeks after it had reopened following a $5 million upgrade.
Through adaptive reuse, environmental artist Lauren Bon is diverting water from the river and distributing it to the Los Angeles State Historic Park.
A series of exhibitions offers historical perspectives on the still-active LA organization’s cultural and social resonance.
This month, Teresa Baker mixes paint and artificial turf, John Waters takes on the Academy Museum, Steve McQueen’s newest film installation, and more.
It is his maximalist messiness — his embrace of difference, however awkward or confounding — that connects Pittman’s paintings to the beauty of Los Angeles.
Printed Matter’s Art Book Fair, Suchitra Mattai’s textiles, an exhibition of artworks found in storage, and much more.
The area misleadingly dubbed “Melrose Hill,” where many art spaces are opening new outposts, is exceptionally diverse and notably dense.
Mary Boo Anderson and Zoë Blair-Schlagenhauf started the unofficial program to “capitalize on this mecca of capitalism for more creative, authentic pursuits.”
The programs, often considered a foundation for a career in the arts in the US, are still popular, but many are questioning whether they can be sustainable.
This month: Martha Alf, Kenzi Shiokava, Pedro Reyes, Hélio Melo with Alison Saar, and more.
The city comes alive this summer with insightful and fun art events, including Alice Neel, Keith Haring, Myrlande Constant, historic panoramas, and more.
Cloe Hakakian’s “The Common Thread” in Pico-Robertson is the first of five anti-hate murals commissioned by the LA County Commission on Human Relations.