The Kiowa Tribe is urging Bonhams to halt the sale of the books, which they believe “may have been wrongfully acquired.”
Laemmle NoHo 7, the last independent cinema in North Hollywood, is slated to be destroyed and replaced by luxury apartments.
Dating to circa 1100 AD, the Mayan Codex is said to have been painted by a single artist, recording the movements of planet Venus over the course of 584 days.
Given a platform to say something — about first-world capitalism, its attendant environmental destruction, or the definition of the self through objects — why not use it?
Kenturah Davis, Mickalene Thomas, and Shinique Smith are among the artists who created work for the K Line, which connects historical centers of Black American life and culture in LA.
Art is for Everybody at the Broad Museum will focus on the artist’s life and activism.
If approved, Proposition 28 could increase funding for performance and visual arts education by as much as $1 billion.
This exhibition in Pasadena, California, features works on paper by Ruth Asawa, Gego, Eleanore Mikus, Louise Nevelson, Irene Siegel, and Hedda Sterne.
The twilight state between dreaming and waking that permeates a restoration of Maddin’s Tales from the Gimli Hospital echoes that of life and death in his films.
Beyond the big headlines, the city’s contemporary art scene is rooted in its diverse, community-centered art spaces.
Fire Transforms at the Palo Alto Art Center convenes artists to commemorate loss, survival, and growth in light of climate change’s exponential severity.
By disrupting the reality of his images Brown’s collages lead to surprises.