At the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, a new “living archive” of stories, objects, and photographs expands our understanding of how we might reconfigure our relationship to the present.
Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery
In LA, Artists Serve Up a Diverse Take on Food Culture
Offal, a show named after innards, ought to have some messy moments and blunt edges, and it luckily does.
LA Artists Take Us from the Colonial Past to the Interstellar Future
Winners of the City of Los Angeles Individual Artist Fellowship highlight contested histories and utopian pasts in their group show.
Seeing Latin America’s Modernist Capitals Through a More Personal Lens
Condemned to Be Modern shows how the lived experience of a city can often stray from the historical narrative.
Remembering the Abandoned Art Schools of the Cuban Revolution
An artist and scholar dive into the history of Havana’s National Art Schools, which were abandoned when their architects fell out of favor with the regime.
The Dry Seduction of “Made in LA”
LOS ANGELES — High above Los Angeles on a hill near Silverlake and Los Feliz, Barnsdall Art Park has played an important role for many emerging artists in the city as a site for both education and exhibition. Its Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery is a fitting locale for Made in LA, the Hammer Museum–led biennial of contemporary Los Angeles artists that’s following close on the heels of the multi-venue Pacific Standard Time, which celebrated postwar art in the area from 1945 to 1980.