Sotheby’s Settles Into New Beverly Hills Home

This month will feature an immersive installation by artist and drummer for The Strokes, Fabrizio Moretti
kali photographer

‘The Vivian Maier Effect’: An Artist’s Unearthed Photos Reveal a Bygone L.A.

The new four-volume book KALI Ltd. Ed. chronicles Joan Archibald’s transformation from Long Island housewife to elusive artist
klaus biesenbach

Klaus Biesenbach’s Sudden Departure from MOCA Leaves Lingering Questions

The Museum of Contemporary Art’s director seemed happy to lead the museum with a partner—until he wasn’t
timo fahler

Artist Timo Fahler Shines a Light on—and Through—His Personal History

The L.A.-based artist known for his plaster casts explores fatherhood, fertility, and family in stained glass in a new solo show
february james

After a Meteoric Rise in the Art World, February James Looks to Her Roots

The L.A.-based artist—whose work has graced album covers by Diplo, Santigold, and Lil Yachty—celebrates her parents and their deferred dreams in a new exhibit
patrisse cullors

‘Art Literally Saves Lives’: Patrisse Cullors on Her Work, Activism, and the Future

The Black Lives Matter cofounder recently sat down with Second Home's Rohan Silva to discuss her latest artwork "Harriet" and what comes next
sustainable fashion

Local Fashion Students Are Making Major Strides Toward Sustainability

As fashion houses like Hermès and Stella McCartney experiment with biomaterials, a local costume designer is giving students a jump on the future
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Ashley Bickerton’s Art Is Having a Resurgence—but His Body Is in Decline

The part-time L.A. artist, who shot to fame in the 1980s partying alongside Jeff Koons and Damien Hirst, discusses his new show and new challenges
nft art

L.A.’s First NFT Art Gallery Makes Its Debut at L.A. Art Show

Curator Sinziana Velicescu tells us about taking digital art from the metaverse to the physical world
tristan eaton

Artist Tristan Eaton’s 25-Year Career Has Been a Quest of Self-Discovery

Our Best of L.A. cover artist traces his journey from scrappy street artist to international muralist in a new exhibit at Long Beach Museum of Art