This month: Sarah Rosalena, Keith Haring, Njideka Akunyili Crosby, Mister Cartoon, and more.
What’s Broken Heals Better
Max Hooper Schneider’s Falling Angels at François Ghebaly evokes both ecological destruction and resurrection, decay and regeneration.
Nomadic Volcano Sculpture Lands at Storm King
We spoke to LA artist Beatriz Cortez about her artwork based on Ilopango, one of the most calamitous volcanic events in human history.
What’s a Good Jewish Girl to Paint?
Hannah Lupton Reinhard presents a vision of Jewish femininity that is both progressive and rooted in tradition, an unapologetic mixture of sacred and profane.
Computer Art With a Human Touch
An exhibition of early computer art shows that artists working with early-stage technologies make their best work by combining old and new techniques.
Radiotron, the ’80s Youth Center That Shaped LA’s Hip-Hop Scene
A new exhibition curated by Radiotron founder Carmelo Alvarez explores the organization’s influence on graffiti and breakdancing in the West Coast.
Poetry in the Expanded Field
An unclassifiable artist and a deep reader, Jen Bervin has expanded the notion of what it is to be a poet in the 21st century.
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.
Otis College Thesis Shows Make Art School Look Cool
Humorous rug sculptures, Wabi Sabi-inspired ceramics, and nods to ChatGPT stood out in the MFA and BFA exhibitions.
Notes on the Soul of New Orleans
Helen Cammock’s solo exhibition is an array of visual poems, ceramics, and even the sound of her trumpet, which she began practicing in the city.
Harnessing Scale for Native Visibility
LA-based artist Ishi Glinsky often works big, enlarging smaller objects to honor the traditional art forms of the Tohono O’odham Nation.
The Museum of Craft and Design Presents Fight and Flight: Crafting a Bay Area Life
Bay Area art is what Bay Area artists make. The San Francisco exhibition features 23 local artists who call this untenable place a creative home.