For the Haitian artist, both art and life are a mixture of joy and pain, of rituals and healing, and a celebration of nuance and interconnectivity.
Amir H. Fallah’s beautiful objects reflect a shadow side, a decay of borders, trust, and stability that comes with the trauma of immigration.
UCLA’s “Engaging Living Religion” will look at how religious beliefs are presented and explored in museum galleries.
An event hosted by the Fowler Museum considers how museums “can be advocates for those in prison.”
Cullors’s “public act of mourning” is the inaugural event of Pride at the Fowler Museum.
This weekend event at the Fowler and Vincent Price Museums will showcase Mexico’s independent, politically minded publishing scene alongside Southern California’s and beyond.
Discover the origins of pelota mixteca, or Mixtec-style ball, and its role in maintaining cultural links across borders.
Meleko Mokgosi questions democratic ideals in his paintings of contemporary life in Botswana.
On the 50th anniversary of the walkouts, the Chicano Studies Research Center at UCLA has organized a two-day conference to commemorate this seminal event.
A priest of Ifá divination and an art historian discuss the masquerades of Yoruba religion and how they evolved in the Americas.
The exhibition African Print Fashion Now!, opening this Saturday, chronicles the history of African textiles, beginning with their 19th-century origins in West and Central Africa.
These top 10 shows in no way capture a full overview of the art seen in LA this year, but they provide highlights of the rapidly developing artistic landscape of the city.