A book by the pseudonymous pair Augustine and Josephine Rockebrune gathers some 150 stills from adult films featuring the sleek LC4 chaise lounge.
On view through May 7, Chapters: Book Arts in Southern California is the first large-scale museum exhibition to focus on artist books in the region.
All four of this year’s nominees for the UK’s top art prize have roots outside Britain.
On the 75th anniversary of President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s executive order that led to the imprisonment of 120,000 Japanese Americans, the document went on display at Los Angeles’s Japanese American National Museum.
Running May 5 to 25, the Workers Unite Film Festival features a diverse program of documentaries, fictional features, and shorts, all devoted to labor solidarity.
In My Favorite Thing Is Monsters, Emil Ferris avoids the strictures of any one genre, following the meandering mind of a 10-year-old obsessed with movie monsters.
Opening today, the 2017 edition of the fair features furniture, lighting fixtures, functional design, and photography from almost 30 international exhibitors.
The stunt was the latest in a series of guerrilla performances that Fyodor Pavlov-Andreevich began in 2015.
A rare 1869 watercolor of Jane Austen will join five other portraits, including the only portrayal of the novelist known to have been made during her lifetime.
The Huntington Library has made a video highlighting an audio recording of an eyewitness account of that night — likely the only surviving one of its kind.
Clinical psychologist Kay Redfield Jamison’s Robert Lowell: Setting the River on Fire intimately details the Pulitzer Prize-winning poet’s mental illness and how it shaped his poetic output.
Our poetry editor, Wendy Xu, has selected one poem by Benjamin Krusling for her monthly series that brings original poetry to the screens of Hyperallergic readers.