Ruben Ochoa and Pete Galindo are premiering “The Politics of Street Vendors in Los Angeles” with LACMA this Saturday.
Is it truly public space if there’s no opportunity to really disrupt things? Artist Sebastian Errazuriz doesn’t seem to think so.
The new “Jeff Koons Lens” allows Snapchat users to find augmented reality versions of Koons’s shiny sculptures in parks around the world.
Snapchat added three filters to celebrate famous women for International Women’s Day.
On this week’s art crime blotter: two tourists were arrested for taking naked pictures at Machu Picchu, a Snapchat post led police to a stolen sculpture, and ancient Mesopotamian artifacts were found at a refugee camp in Slovenia.
Imagine going to an art show where the paintings literally self-destruct after you see them.
Social media has become a staple of museum communications plans, so we weren’t surprised to learn that the Los Angeles County Museum of Art became the first museum to join the Venice Beach–based social network last month.
Around this time last year, Instagram caused a flurry after attempting to change its terms of service — what the Globe and Mail’s Russell Smith called “an apparent move to appropriate and sell every user’s photos.” Smith pondered how growing awareness of the public documentation of our private lives will play out.