Framed: Four Elements, Infinite Perspectives

Constellations of color and abstract patterns abound in Kamol Tassananchalee’s paintings.

Time Collapses In Dave Muller’s New Record Store Pop-Up

The artist has opened his second record store pop-up as the centerpiece of his recent solo exhibition

Was the 2022 Met Ball Fashion A Circus or Serious?

Kim Kardashian, Billie Eilish and Jessica Chastain were some of the hits and misses at this year's fashion showcase.

What’s On in L.A. This Weekend: Tom of Finland, Zedd, and Ziggy Marley

Plus, OTOTO is ringing in World Sake Day, albeit a week late, with more than 40 selections available throughout the afternoon

Robert Irwin

One thing that pisses off the New York art world is when you tell them you had a happy childhood—like I did. ’Cause the idea is art comes from...
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The Faces and Stories of America’s Working Class Come to Life on Screens in Grand Park

Photographer Sam Comen's series 'Working America' celebrates the beating heart of the working class: first-generation and immigrant Americans

What’s On in L.A. This Weekend: Nights Of The Jack, Bad Bunny, CatCon

Plus, the Grammy-nominated DJ and producer, Jamie xx, takes to the Hollywood Bowl with his euphoric and intriguing dance music

Jelly Belly Founder Is Going All In on NFT Jelly Beans—That You Can Breed

From founding the delicious candies to exploring the realm of NFTs on web3, Klein is hitting all the bases of business

‘Continuum” Exhibition Bridges a Gap by Bringing Black American Art Into SoFi Stadium

This month, the Inglewood stadium hosts an exhibition that bridges cultural ties between the L.A. landmark and its surrounding community

Alex Becerra in Wonderland

The artist's boldly sensual themes have shaken up L.A.’s stodgy art scene. Now a debut show may make him a star