Banhart’s first solo show in Los Angeles is at turns intimate and grandiose.
Researchers at the Berlin Institute of Technology say the risk of COVID-19 transmission is far lower in museums and theaters than in supermarkets, restaurants, offices, or public transportation.
“18th and Grand” chronicles the history of the world-renowned venue, beginning with its unveiling for the 1932 Olympics and early history in segregated Los Angeles.
Expect paintings of trout streams and sun-drenched deserts in the 24th edition of “Masters of the American West.”
Life in Palmyra did not stop in the third century but has gone on more or less continuously at the site for the 1,700 years since.
The music, composed by Ellen Reid, is inspired by “the shapes of the paths” and “evokes the massive sky and the challenging terrain.”
Carter’s paintings gesture toward unknown realms, whether death or nonhuman consciousness.
Get ready for the LA debut of Ai Weiwei: Trace with virtual talks, gallery tours, on-demand films, and a rare speaking engagement with the artist-activist on February 21.
The new Getty fund is a massive effort to preserve jobs and retain the cultural capital of LA’s creative workforce.
The initiative comes at just the right time, when global environmental and health crises and an alarming distrust of science are both growing threats.
Your list of must-see, fun, insightful, and very Los Angeles art events this month.
Art 4 [CHANGE] will look at two brand-new murals in the city by Karina Vazquez and Nychole Owens.