Alex Prager’s “Farewell, Work Holiday Parties” at LACMA captures the awkwardness that ensues when a room full of intoxicated, mostly white people get together during the holidays.
The New Bauhaus traces the artist’s journey from joining the Bauhaus in Weimar, Germany to founding the New Bauhaus in Chicago.
Last month, a letter signed by over 100 artists, including Andrea Fraser and EJ Hill, demanded Gores’s removal from the board, accusing his company of price gouging.
The exhibition gathers a whopping 800 artworks and focuses on the deep influence of music on the popular Japanese artist.
Ahead of a screening and conversation at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Fox Maxy shares a few thoughts on filmmaking.
From mythic navigation to generating new built and ecological environments, this year’s cohort seems prepared to take on the future.
Categories for the annual Art Ball are inspired by specific art movements and artists, and this year will feature looks in the colorful, joyful style of Barkley L. Hendricks paintings.
StopDiscriminAsian and NYC’s Museum of Chinese in America are some of the arts organizations working to document and counter the rise of violence against Asians and Asian-Americans during the COVID-19 pandemic.
In California, all construction — including museum expansions — has been categorized as essential. While much of the art world is standing still, expansions at LACMA, the Hammer, and other museums are prompting both questions and criticisms.
Enjoy this roundup of podcasts, playlists, live readings, and interviews coming out of Los Angeles.
The first event, “Addressing Prejudices Against Asian Americans During the COVID-19 Pandemic,” features Cathy Park Hong and Anicka Yi, among others.
Despite his iconic status, unresolved questions around Qiu Ying persist.