Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions is hosting a conversation to explore what role the #MeToo movement can play in empowering women in the arts.
This Wednesday, LACE and the Center for Cultural Innovation are hosting the workshop “Know Your Rights: Artists & Civil Disobedience,” led by the National Lawyers Guild.
Harpist Zeena Parkins’s project LACE translates the visuals of lace fragments and knitting charts into notation for instruments.
LOS ANGELES — Customizing Language explores how geopolitical power is expressed and managed through language, and enhances our understanding of it as a verbal communication system.
LOS ANGELES — They said it would never work. They said Angelenos aren’t interested in art books. Then, two years ago, they were proven wrong.
LOS ANGELES — October marked the beginning of the Pacific Standard Time onslaught, a collaboration between 60 institutions to commemorate and celebrate the birth of the Los Angeles art scene from 1945 to 1980. LA Contemporary Exhibitions (LACE) is among a host of venues invested in translating the performative end of LA’s art scene for contemporary audiences, and this past Saturday was no exception.