The Greensboro Contemporary Jewish Museum in North Carolina could be used as a template to spotlight US regions where Jewish populations are present, but their stories are unknown.
Renée Reizman lives in Los Angeles, where she is a research-based interdisciplinary artist and writer who examines cultural aesthetics and their relationship between urbanization, law, and technology. Her writing has appeared in The Atlantic, The Awl, and Real Life Magazine. Learn more about her dog on Twitter and Instagram.
Capturing the Soul of a Guadalajaran Architect in LA
Alejandro Zohn shaped public space in Guadalajara, Mexico, but beyond its borders, few know about him.
Things I’ve Learned at the Palm Springs Jewish Film Festival
Celebrating its 10th anniversary, the festival explored intergenerational relationships, the preservation of Jewish traditions, and the lingering trauma of the Holocaust.
An Artist’s Hopeful Vision of the Ocean
Indonesian artist Mulyana crafts a tactile, mystical world in which fish, whales, and coral reefs coexist with sea monsters.
Simone Forti Finds the Dancer Within Us
Forti started as a painter so it’s only natural that she would transform other artists and cultural workers into dancers.
The Healing Power of the World’s Most Valuable Scent
Attending the artist CHOKRA’s performance introduced me to oud’s original purpose as a sacred healing tool that helps one recover from illness, mentally and physically.
Trulee Hall Creates a Paradise of Lesbian Forest Nymphs
In the artist’s first feature-length film, Ladies Lair Lake, the choice to not have children is presented as valid and dignified.
At LA’s Felix Art Fair, More Is More
The art displayed in the rooms of Hollywood’s Roosevelt Hotel this year proves that Minimalism is officially dead.
Your Handy Guide to LA Frieze Week 2023
Yes, you’ll have to cross the 405 after 3 pm, but we promise it’ll be worth it.
Uta Barth Chases Light at the Getty Center
Her solo exhibition at the Los Angeles institution demonstrates how natural light can turn an overlooked, everyday setting into a sublime landscape.
How Nancy Holt Anticipated the Influencer Age
Though Holt’s photos come from the mid-20th century, they anticipate 21st-century aesthetics and could be a backdrop in an influencer’s desert pilgrimage.
At Inglewood Art Walk, Glimpses of Gentrification and Signs of Healing
In the southwestern LA County city’s annual art event, local artists and newcomers explored spiritualism, freedom, and everyday slices of life.