She has raised generations of Bay Area artists and changed the local landscape with her public artworks, colleagues tell Hyperallergic.
Applications are now open for Creative Recovery LA, a new initiative focused on arts organizations hardest hit by the pandemic.
Nathalie Djurberg and Hans Berg’s exhibition A Pancake Moon made me reflect on my experience of freezing my eggs.
“The alleged battery of an unhoused member of our community is completely unacceptable,” said the city’s district attorney.
The collection includes many images of the region as seen through a European lens and the Western gaze.
Courtney Desiree Morris staged a thoughtful performance as “a reckoning with the violence” of the gallerist’s actions.
Internment camp survivors and their descendants are invited to stamp Ireichō, a book that represents the first definitive count of those incarcerated.
Foster Gwin Gallery has deactivated its social media accounts since its owner, Collier Gwin, was filmed spraying down a woman on the sidewalk.
Founded by LA-based curator Asha Bukojemsky, Kyiv to LA will host six artists from Ukraine across different participating venues.
The multiform artist quietly coaxes us to see the world as a means to look inward.
Artist Rigo 23’s sculpture of Leonard Peltier was eventually found with its arm missing and racist graffiti scrawled on a U-Haul truck in which it was being transported.
Dean Byington’s Cassandra warning call in his art reveals the world we know as a facade teetering on the brink of collapse.