Rodney Bingenheimer

It’s All Happening! Rodney Bingenheimer’s Long Gone ’70s-Era Disco Returns

An art installation revives one of the most glamorous clubs to rock the Sunset Strip

Artist Lars Jan Reconstructs the Mysterious Life of His Father in New Play

The Institute of Memory (TIMe), which ran at REDCAT over the weekend, raises an interesting question: Do our parents ever tell us the truth?

From Refugees to Hollywood Kings: Light & Noir at the Skirball Explores the Shadows of Hollywood History

Laugh at the Nazis, fear the femme fatales, and ogle the Oscar statues

Keith Haring’s Most Surprising Work Arrives in L.A.

The 'art car' of Keith Haring, famous for his subway sketches, lands at the Petersen
Street Art

Street Art Spotter: A Color Palette that Will Make a Rainbow Jealous

L.A. street artist RISK is equally at home in a gallery and a back alley

Marisela Norte

The bus is like my studio. You don’t know what you’re going to see. The other day I saw a pair of pink bedroom slippers on the sidewalk. Then...
Car Opera

One Last Chance to See L.A.’s Wildly Innovative Car Opera

Hopscotch adds two shows but expect them to sell out fast

Yes, The Los Angeles Museum of Art Exists

How a wave of artists is bypassing traditional galleries and museums

Framed: If Andy Warhol Visited an Asian Supermarket…

"LA Heat" tells a tale of two made-in-L.A. hot sauces, Sriracha and Tapatío