Rejecting divisive fear and alienation, members of the South West Asian and North African diaspora will highlight the radical power of communal visibility.
The fair is among the leading international gatherings for the distribution of artists’ books, celebrating the full breadth of the art publishing community.
On Saturday, crowds packed the airplane hangars converted into studios to see the works of artists who opened their spaces for the day.
Celmins’s images of oceans and galaxies are powerfully personal and intimate, even if they are mysteriously deserted and distant.
Student organizers closed out the annual CalArts REDCAT Gala by asking for contributions from deep-pocketed donors.
Rarely seen and essentially inaccessible to those based in the US, 1947’s Les jeux sont faits is getting a not-to-be-missed screening in Los Angeles.
The National YoungArts Foundation is bringing together a group of 77 award winners between the ages of 15 and 18 to showcase their work.
The Getty Research Institute, in partnership with the Los Angeles Philharmonic, has embarked on a year-long program to historicize the movement and recreate seminal performances and installations.
Through its gathering of alternative spaces and roving exhibitions, Other Places Art Fair offers insight into how artists adapt to new conditions, whether it be by flat file, pool, or truck.
The Mathieu Malouf exhibition at Jenny’s has also been perceived as antisemitic, targeting the artist Luke Turner.
Show Me As I Want to Be Seen resists imposed and idealized models of being by probing the self — the unstable, performative essence of humanity — and bringing it to life with art.
In anticipation of an important center for Chicano art opening next year, the Riverside Art Museum is hosting Community Chicano Studies.