On the occasion of the closing week of the Whitney exhibition JULIE MEHRETU, the artist will join Red Rooster proprietor Marcus Samuelsson and curator Rujeko Hockley for an online conversation about art, food, and life.
NS (formerly known as Native Strategies), the performance art journal of Los Angeles, is a six-volume archive of performance art production in L.A. from 2011 to 2016. At the start NS was created to bring artists together at live performance
Don't miss the closing days of YOU'VE COME A LONG WAY, BABY—THE SAPPHIRE SHOW, a reimagining of a landmark 1970 Los Angeles group exhibition featuring the work of Gloria Bohanon, Yvonne Cole Meo, Suzanne Jackson, Eileen Nelson (formerly Eileen Abdulrashid).
On the occasion of the exhibition KANDIS WILLIAMS—THE ABSOLUTE RIGHT TO EXCLUDE: REFLECTIONS ON AND IMPLICATIONS OF CHERYL HARRIS’ WHITENESS AS PROPERTY, LAXART presents a conversation with Harris—professor at the UCLA School of Law—on the right-wing backlash against critical race
Following a one-off recital of Oedipus Rex at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in June, indoor performances returned to downtown Los Angeles earlier this month with the world premiere engagement of SUGAR HOUSES by Rosanna Gamson/World Wide at REDCAT. Judiciously spaced in
Ichikawa frequently courted controversy in his career, [but the] film that incited the most controversy, however, turned out to be the comparatively “innocent” and potentially uplifting official documentary of the 1964 Tokyo Olympics. A rare documentary in Ichikawa's filmography, and