Dining With the Sultan at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art examines food and culinary customs in 250 works from Southwest Asia, North Africa, and beyond.
Rodrigo Valenzuela’s recent project engages with the dreams and realities of 20th-century modernism and the possibilities of public housing.
Dyani White Hawk’s beaded paintings, Eddie Rodolfo Aparicio’s rubber casts, Tidawhitney Lek’s portraits of life in Long Beach’s Cambodia Town, and more.
Outside of the blue-chip art world, some galleries and nonprofits are speaking out freely and publicly against Israel’s attacks.
The latest episode features a copycat of artist Doug Aitken’s mirrored house and Emma Stone as a misguided White woman experiencing Native art.
The Cultural Treasures of South Los Angeles does not simply record a list of places, but also traces evolving narratives of cultural expression and exchange.
Museum donors Lynda and Stewart Resnick’s orchards in California’s Central Valley reportedly use more water than all the homes in LA combined.
KAOS Theory: The Afrokosmic Ark of Ben Caldwell takes readers on a vibrant tour through the life of the filmmaker, activist, and transmedia futurist.
This month: Hélio Oiticica, Rick Castro, Rosemary Mayer, the Virgen de Guadalupe photographed across the city, and more.
An exhibition at LA’s Skirball Cultural Center chronicles three women’s decades-long struggle to reclaim a family painting seized by the Nazis.
Artists Susy Bielak and Fred Schmalz sifted through archives and interviewed community members to tell a more complete and complex story of the region.
This month: Dan Levenson, Rachel Martin, Sonia Romero, responses to the Feminist Art Program of the 1970s, and more.