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Framed: In His Photos Moby Imagines a Post-Apocalyptic Baptism and a Uniquely L.A. Cult

Wearing animalistic masks in a variety of banal settings, members of Moby's Cult of Innocents show up in supermarket aisles and traffic tunnels

Framed: Who Is That Masked Man?

South L.A. artist Germs offers up a “Visual Cacophony” at La Luz de Jesus this month

Framed: A Re-Mythologized Lady Godiva Under Siege

Brazilian artist Joao Ruas’s new show "VERSO" documents a violent alt world all his own

Framed: Chris Turnham’s Prints Hone In on L.A.’s Easterly Neighborhoods

For three years, Portland transplant Chris Turnham has been making gorgeous screenprints of L.A. locales, some classic, some underappreciated

Framed: “El Defensor” Re-Classifies the Los Angeles Times

The Pasadena Museum of California Art's Alfredo Ramos Martínez retrospective promotes a fourth artist among "los tres grandes"

Framed: Four Elements, Infinite Perspectives

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

Framed: “I’m Lovin’ It” Offers McDonald’s on the Side

Guy Yanai’s solo show opens new Aran Cravey gallery in Hollywood

Framed: Vivian Maier Through the (Looking) Glass

Nine self-portraits highlight the street photographer's massive retrospective at Merry Karnowsky.

Framed: The St. Francis Dam Was a Glorious Disaster About to Happen

10 paintings by Rob Reynolds in the NHM's "Just Add Water" contemplate the L.A. Aqueduct.

Framed: Tijuana Painter Hugo Crosthwaite Imagines a Sci-fi Future for Mexican Youth

“Tijuana Makes Me Happy” celebrates the exploding art scene just south of the border