Chimento Contemporary and MaRS are joining the list of galleries relocating from Boyle Heights, a neighborhood long marked by gentrification tensions.
The Boyle Heights Museum opens this weekend with an exhibition focused on the history of Mexican repatriation during the Great Depression.
This exclusive new short documentary considers the less discussed and more personal perspective of what it’s like to be an artist from Boyle Heights.
In an extensive response to last week’s protest at the Whitney Museum, the artist offered her take on the current situation in Boyle Heights.
A Latinx-focused adaptation of Henrik Ibsen’s An Enemy of the People dramatizes the tension between the harsh realities of modernity and traditional knowledge and ways of life.
Multimedia journalist Lexis-Olivier Ray drove around on Election Day and the day after, documenting ofrendas and memorials on 35mm film, while reflecting on a difficult year.
The nonprofit space, in the Boyle Heights neighborhood of Los Angeles, was the focus of anti-gentrification protests and boycotts by local activist groups.
The three-day event includes tips on how to photograph your art, workshops on stencil-making, and much more.
The Boyle Heights nonprofit space founded five years ago by Laura Owens and Wendy Yao had long been the focus of anti-gentrification protests.
This open letter was sent to Hyperallergic by Boyle Heights Alliance Against Artwashing and Displacement, in response to an article by Charles Gaines, earlier this month.
The publication’s board is scheduling an event at an establishment boycotted by a long list of grass-roots organizations in Boyle Heights.
When the Artists’ Political Action Network held its first public meeting, it was met by protesters from the Boyle Heights Alliance Against Artwashing and Displacement.