A new film explores the transformation and disruption of LA through interviews with writers, artists, and historians.
Born in Boyle Heights, De Larios left behind a significant legacy of clay sculptures, ceramic works, and civic art installations that reflect her Mexican heritage and worldly perspectives.
At LA’s Main Museum, an evening of multimedia performance including hip-hop, poetry, and readings looked at the intersections between queerness and blackness.
On July 16, choreographer and dancer Mecca Vazie Andrews will reconfigure and respond to Alice Könitz’s chair sculptures and Star Montana’s photographs from East and South LA.
Founded by two real estate developers, the Main Museum is a non-collecting institution concentrating on Los Angeles artists.