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.
Mortality has long been a theme for the irreverent artist, but his most recent show at California’s ArtCenter College of Design deals with specific losses and loves.
This month: Sarah Rosalena, Keith Haring, Njideka Akunyili Crosby, Mister Cartoon, and more.
We spoke to LA artist Beatriz Cortez about her artwork based on Ilopango, one of the most calamitous volcanic events in human history.
Hannah Lupton Reinhard presents a vision of Jewish femininity that is both progressive and rooted in tradition, an unapologetic mixture of sacred and profane.
A new exhibition curated by Radiotron founder Carmelo Alvarez explores the organization’s influence on graffiti and breakdancing in the West Coast.
LA-based artist Ishi Glinsky often works big, enlarging smaller objects to honor the traditional art forms of the Tohono O’odham Nation.
This month: Jean-Michel Basquiat, Vaginal Davis, Carlos Rosales-Silva, collaborations with AI, and more.
A weekend pop-up draws connections between the influential East Los Angeles art group and a new generation of Chicano artists in the city.
Alison O’Daniel’s 2023 film The Tuba Thieves weaves a series of band room robberies in LA public schools into a moving exploration of sound and hearing.
Autumn Breon, juice wood, and Oto-Abasi Attah will each receive a $100,000 stipend and healthcare as Crenshaw Dairy Mart fellows.
The second iteration of Craig’s art installation Party/After-Party will be staged in a former police car warehouse that houses LA’s Museum of Contemporary Art.