I wanted to keep on traveling, stay on the train, remain in this space of being in between.
Samanta Helou Hernandez
Samanta Helou Hernandez is a multimedia journalist and photographer covering culture, identity, and social issues. She's published with Playboy, PRI "The World," and Curbed LA, among others. Her work has been exhibited at the International Center of Photography in New York City and the Mexican Consulate of Los Angeles.
The Spring/Break Art Show Fills Up an LA Warehouse With Eccentric Visions
This year’s theme, Hearsay/Heresy, allowed curators and artists to play with dissent, nonconformity, and truth versus fact.
Words and Fonts, and How They Shape Worldviews
At the Museum of Latin American Art, Gabriella Sanchez asks each viewer to become aware of how they make associations based on their preconceptions.
The Art, Politics, and Craft of Piñatas
From COVID-19 vaccine piñatas to cheeky Rothko interpretations.
Sculptures in Showers, Paintings Above Toilets: Moments From the Felix Art Fair
Hosted at the historic Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel, the fair mostly focused on local LA galleries this year, and that’s a good thing.
The Hand-Painted Signs and Murals of Latinx LA
Sign painters and muralists have helped create the visual language of Los Angeles.
Cathartic Public Art, Including an Ode to All the Missed Parties
We Rise, an initiative of the LA County Department of Health, has taken over Los Angeles with altars, canopies, and dance rituals.