Los Angeles Art
She helped found MOCA and successfully guided the architecture and design world’s center of gravity away from New York City.
The outdoor museum will celebrate black history and culture along Metro’s new rail line.
Artists say they’re being priced out. "It wrenches my heart to see the moving trucks," says one longtime resident.
A pair of planters by Ernest Batchelder, a David Hockney painting, and furniture by potter Beatrice Wood.
A documentary short featuring California artist Eric Merrell takes viewers into the moonlit world of the desert.
In an interview with a Zurich newspaper, Zumthor says he hasn’t read any criticism of the project.
Supervisors and celebrities defended the redesign: "LACMA must be allowed to chart its path, lead its growth, and protect its collection."
If you needed an excuse to visit one of these spots, you found it.
Guadalupe Rosales is creating a new historical record—where the people included control the narrative.
Now, as Inglewood becomes irresistible to developers, house hunters, and major sports franchises, some artists wonder whether they’ll get priced out.
From Santa Monica to the Valley, we’ve picked 39 of our favorite pieces—some well-known and some under the radar.
Since the 1970s, the old factory on Traction Avenue has been an incubator for Japanese American artists.
A new outpost of the museum should open within the next two years.
These black-and-white photos capture the artistry and impact of Los Angeles architect Paul R. Williams
Janna Ireland spent a year shooting the prolific architect’s work. Her photos will be on display at Woodbury University’s Hollywood Boulevard outpost.
In an appeal to be heard next week, the artists say their space would bring "vital economics and prestige" to the neighborhood.
The former textile recycling factory is home to galleries, performance space, and artists who live on site.
City leaders love the Lucas Museum, and they gave it a resounding endorsement today, green-lighting the plans in a 14-0 vote.
Photographer Andrew Ward has been photographing the abandoned items for years. Now, he’s working on a book of the images.
We’re taking you inside the Scottish Rite Masonic Temple, a spectacular building that has been closed off to the public for decades.
The portraits were shot by Todd Eberle, a longtime "Vanity Fair" photographer. The exhibit opens this week in Hollywood.
It’s part of an artist-in-residency program at the recently completed OLiVE DTLA building in South Park, where rents range from $2,024 to $3,696 per month.
Activists have succeeded in forcing out one gallery: "We hope the rest of the galleries follow the example set by PSSST [and] leave Boyle Heights."
As skyrocketing rents in Los Angeles continue to squeeze renters farther into the outskirts of the city, the Antelope Valley is positioned to become a new frontier for emerging artists—if they can get over its terrible reputation.
But activists say the real hate crime is gentrification
Visitors will take in the submerged art exhibition from the water, swimming above and around sculptures, videos, photos and more.
A Long Valley Cache Creek Pomo healer, teacher and political activist, Mabel McKay was also an expert basket weaver. The exhibition focusing on her and her work is not to be missed.
The models are not only of places, but important scenes from history. With LA’ ever-evolving landscape, these tiny, tangible representations of "what was" and "what still is" make them an important historical record of the city.
Pop artists Marion Peck and Mark Ryden open up their home to Curbed LA in advance of a big move to the Pacific Northwest. Featuring a wildly eclectic design style, the unique residence is a work of art unto itself.
The neon Derby hat sat atop the Hollywood and Vine location of the famed Brown Derby restaurant—birthplace of the Cobb salad—until the eatery's closure in 1985. Now in the collection of the Museum of Neon Art, the sign has been refurbished and relit.
This weekend, LA's first citywide public art show will open, and it all centers on the theme of water. Installations will spring up across the city, at places like the LA River, Echo Park Lake, and Hansen Dam, and be up for the next month.
LA-based artist Aaron Axelrod is showing his colorful work in Frank Lloyd Wright's masterpiece to the public this weekend for free. He says he was inspired by his experiences using ayahuasca, a powerful hallucinogenic.
A new video explores the creative partnership behind the Mosaic Tile House in Venice. Once an ugly little one-story home, it has been transformed over the last two decades by artist couple Cheri Pann and Gonzalo Duran.