In the face of natural disaster, artists question how the overwhelming anxiety of environmental degradation can be harnessed into creative action.
Rejecting divisive fear and alienation, members of the South West Asian and North African diaspora will highlight the radical power of communal visibility.
Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions kicks off a series of screenings of video art and experimental cinema that will travel around the city.
Los Angeles artists perform in anticipation of next week’s elections, and, if we’re lucky, there may be a special appearance by Pigasus, a 145-pound pig.
Gómez-Peña staged “The Most (un) Documented Mexican Artist” at LACE and spoke about his transgressive brand of performance art that takes aim at borders.
A pioneer of electronic sculptural art, Juan Downey made a splash in 1960s and ’70s New York when he rigorously critiqued Eurocentric views of Latin American identity.
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.
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 — From a show of ancient Greek bronzes at the J. Paul Getty Museum to Rafa Esparza’s adobe brick constructions at Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions (LACE), Los Angeles was overflowing with dynamic exhibitions this year that introduced new talents and reconsidered the old.
LOS ANGELES — Over the summer, a group of artists invited the public to talk critically and humorously about race, art, and survival in a context where they could not only vent frustrations but also share resources and build community as people of color.
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.