Los Angeles Art
Sound artist Alan Nakagawa will work with the city's transit agency on its initiative to eliminate traffic deaths in Los Angeles. Nakagawa wants to teach better etiquette to users of LA's streets and bring art displays to LADOT headquarters.
Artists Random International made the request on Twitter last night and the museum was happy to oblige. Today the rain falls purple in honor and memory of Prince and it's sexy and ethereal just like he would've wanted.
Artist Skid Robot is trying to raise awareness about the rising homeless number of homeless people living in Los Angeles by makes homeless camps look a little more like home. A new video from Fuse offers a glimpse into his creative process.
Kent Twitchell's 1974 "Old Woman of the Freeway" mural was destroyed twice. Plans to bring it to a Sherman Oaks site failed when public art-hating neighbors protested. But now he's finally recreated the famous work at LA Valley College.
Mayor Eric Garcetti has revealed the artists selected to create pieces for LA's new public art biennial, set to open along the LA River this summer. They work in sound, sculpture, performance, and many other media; here's a look at their art.
One of Los Angeles's sister cities has generously given LA an impressive bronze sculpture by artist Jorge Marin. Consisting of two large wings suspended at shoulder-height, the work of art is set to become an Instagram staple.
A herd of glow-in-the-dark inflatable bunnies will be on display at three Downtown locations in June. The giant creatures are the work of Australian artist Amanda Parer, and, while cute and all, they also have a message to send about the environment.
See the recreation of the Endurance that's been built on top of an El Sereno gallery.
It's hard to imagine Los Angeles before Urban Light, the 202 symmetrically-arranged lampposts, mostly collected from around Los Angeles, that serve as the entrance to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.