Why Photographer Martin Schoeller Turns His Camera on L.A.’s Homeless

Inside the award-winning portrait artist’s most powerful project yet
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All of L.A.’s Free Museum Days in August

Air conditioning and culture, besties forevs

The Art of Anarchy: MOCAtv Explores Iconic Punk Imagery

"The Art of Punk," MOCAtv’s micro-doc series, delves into the iconic logos that ruled the punk movement.
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L.A.’s Velvet Painting Museum Is Hanging on for Dear Life in Chinatown

The future is hazy at Velveteria, the city’s kitschiest cultural institution
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My LA to Z: Doug Jones

The prolific creature actor talks singing waiters, cheap sunglasses, and what it's like to become a piece of art
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“Soldiers Turned Artists” Explores the Consequences of War

In a powerful group show at the Craft and Folk Art Museum, veterans use art to express the impacts of combat

Long Beach Artist Olga Lah Brings Her Transcendent Work to the LA Art Show

The LA Art Show kicks off tomorrow and we got a sneak peak at artist Olga Lah’s brand new site-specific piece, which will be unveiled at the show
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Cine-Mini: Isn’t this tiny Cinerama Dome adorable?

The inch-high theater joins other landmarks as a miniature souvenir building

5 Things You Have to Do at the World’s First Hello Kitty Convention

Free tattoos, carnival games, and tons of exclusive merchandise, this is Comic-Con for devotees of the feline figure

Framed: Elliott Hundley Evokes Rilke and Cocteau—With Strings Attached

The L.A.-based artist makes us look above and below the surface of his new works