An interview series spotlighting some of the great work coming out of Los Angeles. Hear directly from artists, curators, and art workers about their current projects and personal quirks.
Los Angeles Contemporary Archive
Rethinking How We Talk About Queer Spaces and Movements
The founder of a digital LGBTQ storytelling platform and an artist and filmmaker discuss their work.
An Artist Carefully Catalogues His Late Mother’s Possessions
Nick Flessa lays bare the possessions of his mother for the world to see, as they become both an index of her life story and her son’s grief.
The Contemporary Oddities of the Los Angeles Contemporary Archive
LACA’s non-circulating collection is an ever-expanding project, encompassing documents and ephemera from contemporary artists, researchers, and writers working in and around Los Angeles.
A Look at the California Publishers in the 2015 LA Art Book Fair
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.
Rethinking What an Art Book Fair Can Be
LOS ANGELES — There are few events in the art world that allow the “little guys” to shine the way Printed Matter’s art book fairs do, and last night’s opening at the Museum of Contemporary Art’s Geffen Contemporary in LA’s Japantown was a perfect example.