Black Artists Claim Their Rightful Place in History in the Broad’s Soul of a Nation

In the Civil Rights era, African American artists—many from L.A.—made important work that's been obscured for way too long
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Artist Shizu Saldamando Was Ready for a Change When Becoming a Mom Changed Everything

Before charging forward, the East L.A.-based painter looks back with a mini-survey in a downtown hotel
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North Korean Defector Sun Mu Is Turning Propaganda Art on Its Head

His first U.S. solo exhibition features paintings of the Supreme Leader—but now they represent freedom
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This Toy Museum Imagines a Way Darker (and Funnier) Version of Your Childhood

Obvious Plant’s Museum of Toys is full of weirdo products and "alternative history"
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The Best Exhibits at Museums and Galleries in L.A. in March

Your guide to new openings, must-sees, and what you need to catch while you can
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Annie Leibovitz Looks Back on Her “Very California” Early Years

The iconic photographer selected 4,000 photos she took between 1970 to 1983 for a new exhibit at Hauser & Wirth