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LACMA Reopens Outdoor Areas and Launches a New Outdoor Exhibit

A new installation work by Alex Prager will be on display for the first time
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The Man Who Blew Up LACMA: Inside Michael Govan’s Quixotic Crusade to Reimagine a Landmark

The LACMA director’s pricey renovation has bitterly divided the art world—and raised questions about his motives

Artists Transformed a South-Central Bungalow into a Shrine to the NBA Champ Lakers

The crew behind the since-demolished Dodgers House on La Brea have struck again for the purple and gold
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The People on These Political Signs All Have Something in Common

An art installation on a suburban lawn in Orange celebrates a less ballyhooed side of our political history
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Billionaire Tom Gores Resigns from LACMA’s Board Amid Prison Telecom Controversy

His company's investment in Securus Technologies had become a point of contention for racial justice advocates

This Drive-Thru Art Exhibit and Immersive Celebration Highlights Local Latinx Artists

'Driven: A Latinx Artist Celebration' opens in Hollywood on October 1

L.A. City Council Wants to Honor Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg with a Statue

A motion introduced today calls for the Department of Cultural Affairs to get to work on the details
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Outmoded Tech Is Making Mountains of Waste. Is There Any Stopping ‘Upgrade Culture’?

Artist Julia Christensen takes a closer look at our e-waste and what drives us to keep producing more and more
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Isabelle Albuquerque Sculpts an Orgy of One

The multidisciplinary artist talks about the ritualistic practice behind her new show at Nicodim Gallery in DTLA
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Gen Zine: L.A. Teens and Twentysomethings Are Breathing New Life into Indie Publishing

A new wave of digital and print publication is taking cues from forebears with a healthy dose of iGen sensibility