The arrival of art spaces in other majority POC neighborhoods in the city has previously sparked fears of gentrification.
Williams, who just won the Made in LA award, readdresses harms wrought by capitalism, colonialism, and anti-Black rhetoric.
Since 2016, Olivia Marciano has served as the Foundation’s Artistic Director and is today a board member at the arts nonprofit LAXART. Former employees are demanding she speak up.
Solomon embraced interdisciplinary work long before it became fashionable.
A collection of color slides from 1970s LA captures the sights and sounds of a city and its urbanscape.
In the late 1960s the West Coast media collective Environmental Communications shot hundreds of thousands of slides of the everyday and alternative architectures around them.
LOS ANGELES — In the end, I find David Hartt’s exhibition, Interval, produced by LAXART, situated on the second floor of downtown’s Bonaventure Hotel.