The sketchbooks reveal how Saar’s practice has evolved over time, and how time itself is a major thread in her work.
In LA, Artists Serve Up a Diverse Take on Food Culture
Offal, a show named after innards, ought to have some messy moments and blunt edges, and it luckily does.
A Post-Capitalism Ball Imagines a Queer Future
The ball, presented as part of Lambda LitFest, brings a queer perspective to explore visions of society after the current economic system is dismantled.
A Historic Marionette Theater in LA Lives On, and It’s Still Magical
The Bob Baker Marionette Theater — the country’s longest-running puppet theater — has found a new space that seems like a natural fit.
The State of Contemporary Art Writing in Los Angeles
Carolina Miranda, Lynell George, and Lindsay Preston Zappas discuss their careers and what they’ve learned along the way.
Restaging 1970s Performances That Borrowed From Hollywood Melodrama
The Box is restaging three performances by Guy de Cointet, whose approach would influence fellow Angelenos like Mike Kelley and Paul McCarthy.
Kiss, Hug, or Get Lost in Olafur Eliasson’s Giant Reflective Spheres
Eliasson suggested that it was just fine for people to touch his artwork. He even said it would be great if anyone wanted to kiss or hug the spheres.
Your Concise Los Angeles Art Guide for Fall 2019
Your list of must-see, fun, insightful, and very Los Angeles art events this season.
Verdict in Oakland Ghost Ship Fire Trial Angers Victim Families
Almost three years after a fire at the Oakland DIY art space killed 36 people, jurors acquitted the space’s creative director of involuntary manslaughter but remained hung on the case of the warehouse’s master tenant.
California Landscapes, Millenial Pink, and Lots of Painting at the Other Art Fair
Catering to “a new generation of art buyers,” most of the artwork at the Santa Monica fair sells for under $1,000.
Yerba Buena Center for the Arts Presents The Body Electric
The West Coast debut of this exhibition by an intergenerational and international group of artists explores technology’s impact on our collective understanding of the body and sense of self. On view through January 26, 2020.
Looking at the Legacy of Jess in California
An exhibition at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art positions the artist known as Jess as the center of a creative nexus, bringing together his works with a smattering of California artists.