The Latinx Arts Alliance plans to address the lack of financial support for Latinx spaces, while also advancing and supporting Latinx arts programming in Los Angeles.
In exhibitions at the Vincent Price Art Museum and the Orange County Museum of Art, York Chang explores “fake news” as the foundation of mass media.
A day of art workshops and performances will celebrate the museum’s exhibition on Mexican and Chicanx activism in Los Angeles.
Guadalupe Rosales’s project, which began with an Instagram account, presents images of Latinx communities that have been excluded from both popular and artistic media.
Political art-making and organizing have continued unabated for over a century in Los Angeles, starting with an influential newspaper by two anarchist Mexican brothers.
This weekend event at the Fowler and Vincent Price Museums will showcase Mexico’s independent, politically minded publishing scene alongside Southern California’s and beyond.
The photographer portrays her subjects with a tenderness that makes them seem like friends, and with the attention of someone who really sees them.
This year Los Angeles showcased especially diverse and robust exhibitions, thanks in part to an enormous initiative around Latin American and Latino art.
Five artists talk about the ways in which gender, sexual identity, and culture play out in their work.
A Decolonial Atlas: Strategies in Contemporary Art of the Americas features works by 18 contemporary artists and collectives from the US and Latin America, plus a selection of works by Native American artists from the museum’s permanent collection