Diedrick Brackens deftly combines his weavings with his original poetry to create an atmosphere of reverence for the people, animals and ideas that society demeans.
South Asian and Modern Queer Aesthetics Merge in Visually Sumptuous Art
Jaishri Abichandani’s first museum survey challenges visitors to take in the full breadth of her artwork — as well as her activism and community engagement.
A Costume Designer’s Beautiful and Grotesque Sculptures
Cathy Cooper’s sculptures fan out with hoop skirts, oversized cowls, and long bustled trains.
Meet LA’s Art Community: Suzanne Isken on How “People Have Embraced Craft” During COVID-19
An interview series spotlighting some of the great work coming out of Los Angeles. Hear directly from artists, curators, and art workers about their current projects and personal quirks.
What to Do (Online) This Week: Meditate With Art, Visit a Frank Lloyd Wright House, and More
Los Angeles art spaces are stepping up their virtual game.
Crafting Critical Approaches to Americans’ Relationship to Possessions
OBJECTS: REDUX, a reimagining of the groundbreaking 1969 Smithsonian exhibition OBJECTS: USA, explores innovative creation rooted in tradition and convention.
The LA Artists Who Advanced Black Stories Through Art-Making
The network of artists and collectors who were pulled into John T. Riddle’s orbit is the focus of an exhibition at the Craft Contemporary.
Finding Connections Between a 1960s Artist Commune and an Ancient Mayan Community
Beatriz Cortez has created a space that feels both freshly futuristic and profoundly ancient.