In a series of PSA-style videos, Paul Pescador poses questions about government that quickly unravel into a nightmarishly complex knot of existential crises.
In Stanya Kahn’s earlier films, Los Angeles seems ready to spark a revolution at any moment. But in the newest adventure, the urban sprawl creeps into the inhabitants’ states of mind, and everything languishes.
Artist Panteha Abareshi discusses the role of curation in museums and the crucial work of disabled artists like herself.
While Morton’s career spanned less than a decade (1968–1977), her work remains vital to questioning what it means to be a woman in art history and society.
In Kelly’s sculptures, manmade objects morph into new or composite forms that seem to verge on organic.
The artist’s 21+ event will feature an irreverent “Gender Reveal Party,” party games, a makeover station, and more.
Sadie Barnette’s recreation of the New Eagle Creek Saloon at the Institute of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, will be activated this Thursday night with talks, a performance, and a DJ set.
Current:LA Food will focus not only on the ways that food can define and expand our world, but also on global issues of food justice, accessibility, and equity.
For Wurtz, self-knowledge is not found on a psychoanalyst’s couch or a remote mountaintop, but in the things with which we surround ourselves.
The Chicago-born artist’s work is as entrenched in political discourse as it is in pop culture.
Rafa Esparza and other local artists have been making garments at the Institute of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, and recently showcased them in a parade in the city’s fashion district.
Eschewing the divisive polarization that has characterized much contemporary political discourse, Fraser examines the role that left-leaning artists and institutions may have played.