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Kitschy ’70s L.A. Plant Culture Is Coming Back to Life

The Getty celebrates the reissue of “Mother Earth’s Plantasia” with a countercultural garden party
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What’s Closed, Canceled, and Postponed Due to Coronavirus So Far?

From 'Hamilton' to hockey, our up-to-date list of what's been called off as the outbreak expands

Black Artists Claim Their Rightful Place in History in the Broad’s Soul of a Nation

In the Civil Rights era, African American artists—many from L.A.—made important work that's been obscured for way too long
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Look Out, Broad: MOCA Will Offer Free Admission Too

$10 Million makes a nice 40th birthday gift
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The Academy Museum Pushes Back Opening Date Yet Again

Edel Rodriguez’s image says a lot about immigration policy without using a single word
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The Paley Center Is Saying Goodbye Its Physical Space in Beverly Hills

The former Museum of Television & Radio will continue on without a museum on the West Coast

The MOCA Benefit Brought Out Big Stars and Really Good Fashion

The art wasn't the only thing to ogle at the museum's 40th anniversary benefit
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The Disgusting Food Museum Is Yucking People’s Yums

The new L.A. exhibit may not win any awards for cultural sensitivity—but it claims to have a point
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The La Brea Tar Pits Are an L.A. Landmark. Why Weren’t L.A. Architects Tapped for the Redo?

The iconic Miracle Mile museum unveiled three future plans to the public, all of them designed by outsiders
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Donna Huanca’s Color-Saturated “Skin Paintings” Are Set to Disrupt the Marciano

The Bolivian American artist will be the first woman to have domain over the museum's massive Theater Gallery