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Inside a Hong Kong Gallery’s New DTLA Space, a Portuguese Artist Reflects on Globalization

VHILS unveils a dramatic new series that channels the complexities of L.A. at Over the Influence

Outsider Art’s Inner Sanctum

Featuring nontraditional talent at her Chinatown galley, Paige Wery has a knack for spotting the extraordinary

Twelve SoCal-Centric Art Shows That Spotlighted L.A. in 2014

From Sriracha bottles to neon-enhanced tableaux and WPA murals, these exhibitions allowed Los Angeles to display itself

Framed: Doug Aitken’s “Native Land” Bombards Us With Electronic Messages

The walls at Regen Projects get deconstructed, and there's Still Life

A Breakout Artist at 103 Years Old: Surgeon, WWII Vet, and Sculptor Harry Steinberg

Dedicated to outsider art, Chinatown’s new Good Luck Gallery showcases a centenarian sculptor who couldn’t care less about becoming a famous artist

Framed: Yoshitomo Nara Introduces “Lucy” and Friends to Los Angeles

The manga-influenced artist busts out the bronze in his latest Blum and Poe exhibition

Framed: The Witkin Brothers, Not Separated at Birth, Reunited at 74

Twin brothers, painter Jerome and photographer Joel-Peter Witkin in a rare joint exhibition

Q&A: Annie Lapin’s Art Is Mind Blowing

L.A.-based artist Annie Lapin is currently exhibiting her work at Honor Fraser. Check out her paintings right here

Jesus, Mary, and Jerry Garcia: The Black Velvet Painting Gets Its Due at Chinatown’s Newest Museum

The owners of Velveteria want you to love velvet paintings as much as they do—and once you see their Chinatown museum, you just might

Framed: Four Elements, Infinite Perspectives

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