Messy, anarchic, and sexualized, Went’s performances around Los Angeles from the late 1970s through the ’80s refused to be reduced to a single thing.
A first look at Solange’s upcoming performance “Bridge-s,” which will be paired with a curated series of short films and talks at the Getty this weekend.
The experimental play Manmade Earth, a co-presentation of FIAF’s Crossing the Line festival and The Invisible Dog Art Center, demanded that its audience listen to the experiences and anxieties of adolescents from around the world.
In 1811, hundreds of enslaved people marched through Louisiana chanting “freedom or death.” While their oft-forgotten journey ended in massacre, artist Dread Scott spent six years organizing a reenactment to celebrate the legacy of their courage, to be staged November 8-9.
Indonesian artist Melati Suryodarmo ran her own dreams through an EEG machine to create her performances at the Asia Society Museum next week.
Bitch Slap! presents an evening of performance and video art by several female and non-binary artists.
The famed children’s book author and artist considered the theater his “second career.” An evening talk and live performance will explore his font of creativity.
At the Portland Institute for Contemporary Art’s Time-Based Art Festival, performances by Mia Habib and Ligia Lewis stood out for their engrossing contributions to the ever-evolving medium.
The Box is restaging three performances by Guy de Cointet, whose approach would influence fellow Angelenos like Mike Kelley and Paul McCarthy.
Along a two-block stretch of Hollywood Boulevard, over 35 artists, performers, and collectives will turn the sidewalk into a stage for performance art, dance, music, comedy, and even karaoke.
The documentary Three Dances and the stage musical Hungarian Nights approach modern Central European culture from vastly different standpoints.
Ushka called out Shed board member and real estate mogul Stephen Ross, who recently came under fire for planning a Southampton fundraiser for President Trump.