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.
The Ahmanson Foundation, a Los Angeles-based organization that supported the LACMA for more than six decades, has ceased gifts to the museum citing concerns over plans for its new building.
On Sunday, full-page ads appeared in both the New York and Los Angeles Times with the slogan “saveLACMA FROM TANKING.”
Packed with traced and freehand marks, Mehretu’s artworks inspire awe of what might be called an informational sublime, a 21st-century twist on the artistic tradition.
Framing a multigenerational and diverse group of artworks under the blanket term “Material Art” may confound more than it clarifies.
The sketchbooks reveal how Saar’s practice has evolved over time, and how time itself is a major thread in her work.
An actor and musician debut Portrait of Charles White, a nuanced and complex portrait of the artist, civil rights activist, and educator.
Director Sky Hopinka talks to Hyperallergic about depicting language and landscape in his shorts.
Tavares Strachan is sending Robert Henry Lawrence Jr.’s “soul” into space — fulfilling the astronaut’s dream that was cut off by his death in a trading accident in 1967.
At the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, an exhibition makes you wonder about the fantasies and fairytales in your own life.