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Shirin Neshat Brings the Nostalgia and Rage of Her Immigrant Experience to the Broad

The Iranian artist, who relocated to L.A. as a teen, debuts an immersive film as part of the DTLA museum's massive retrospective
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Known for His Haunted Houses, Albert Reyes Takes on the Nightmare of Modern America

But the artist's new solo show, 'Dreamers of the American Dream,' isn't without glimpses of optimism
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At 80, Judy Chicago Is Claiming Her Rightful Place in L.A. Art History

An exhibit of the artist and feminist icon's early work at Jeffrey Deitch recalls an L.A. art scene that was hostile toward women
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To the Front Is Smashing the Patriarchy of Music Photography One Pop-Up Gallery at a Time

This weekend, the traveling art show returns home to L.A.
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Bye Bye, La Brea Avenue Dodger House

The Mid-City monument to the Boys in Blue was being torn down as of this morning
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A New Exhibit Lets LGBTQ Inmates Reach Out from Behind Bars

On the Inside organizer Tatiana von Furstenberg wants to spark a conversation about human compassion and prison reform

These L.A. Artists Are Bringing Queer Perspectives Into Focus

Zackary Drucker, Catherine Opie, Rafa Esparza, and others are grabbing the spotlight

With Help From Students, Big-Name Muralists Are Transforming a South L.A. High School

Shepard Fairey and other artists are making big changes at Dr. Maya Angelou Community High School in South Park
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This Artist Is Tricking the Internet into Making Her Dreams Come True

Gretchen Andrew used to work at Google. Now she makes "search engine art"

For the First Time in 45 Years, an Elusive Artist Lets L.A. into His World

David Hammons came up alongside prominent black artists Betye Saar and Noah Purifoy, but he's been all but invisible since