This week, there are talks with Thomas Demand and Lorraine O’Grady, an art tour of Hollywood, a show of late work by Mr. Turner opens, and much more!
LOS ANGELES — This week, there’s a chance to preview six experimental operas, East of Borneo’s latest Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon, seductive cinematic paintings by Judith Eisler, and much more.
LOS ANGELES — This week, a show of Riot Grrrl art opens in Orange County, LACE throws a Valentine’s Day party, Frank Lloyd Wright’s first LA home reopens, there’s a mini-conference on the limits of performance, and more!
MEXICO CITY — As blue chip galleries courted international collectors at the city’s biggest art fair on the fringes of the tony neighborhood of Polanco, a smaller and more intimate fair opened on Thursday night across town.
MEXICO CITY — On the eve of this city’s biggest art fair, Zona MACO, the Museo Jumex quietly decided to cancel its upcoming Hermann Nitsch exhibition.
MEXICO CITY — Zona MACO, Mexico City’s, and arguably Latin America’s, biggest art fair opened here Wednesday night at the massive Centro Banamex convention center on the outskirts of the city.
This week, there’s a retrospective of early work from an LA conceptual art pioneer, a talk on art and porn, an experimental performance in a private home, a French New Wave film with live harp soundtrack, and more!
LOS ANGELES — They said it would never work. They said Angelenos aren’t interested in art books. Then, two years ago, they were proven wrong.
There’s a fire sale of Larry Clark photos, a performance by legendary experimental rocker Kim Gordon’s new group, the beginning of a year-long celebration of Armenian culture, and so much more!
This week, there are performances from the Wooster Group and Heidi Duckler Dance Theater, the opening of new gallery Vacancy, a survey of 30 years of activism from the art world’s conscience, the Guerrilla Girls, and more!
LOS ANGELES — Photography is a schizophrenic medium. It has long served documentary, fashion, and scientific purposes, only more recently has it gained mainstream recognition as a fine art. These dichotomies carry over to the Photo LA fair.
LOS ANGELES — At a hearing earlier today, Los Angeles’ Culture Heritage Commission voted to consider granting Historic-Cultural Monument status to Norms Coffee Shop on La Cienega.