8 days ago | Art
Billed as an “alliance of female artists who share a strong belief in the power of art to create social change and transform lives,” She Loves Collective was founded by curator Adrineh Baghdassarian to shake up and art scene that can feel like it'...
12 days ago | Art
Just ask anyone who loves the smell of new books: print still holds a place in the hearts of even the most digital-savvy tablet owner. But it's also been important to artists. The Craft and Folk Art Museum’s new show “Chapters: Book Arts in Southe...
12 days ago | Culture
Many a perfume and cologne ad would have the fragrance-buying public believe that love and attraction have everything to do with scent. The way a person smells can attract a sultry woman from all the way across the room, completely deplete her def...
18 days ago | Art
The Guerrilla Girls have been saying it since the 1980s: the art world favors men. In 2014, only 14 percent of the Guggenheim’s solo shows were dedicated to female artists. Even the Tate Modern in London features predominantly male artists, w...
2 months ago | Art
Featuring about 40 posters, “Hollywood in Havana: Five Decades of Cuban Posters Promoting U.S. Films” will be on display as part of the Getty’s 2017 project, Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA.
2 months ago | Photography
In contemporary art history, every great photographer seems to point to a specific lesson or genre. Mention street photography and you get names like Henri Cartier-Bresson and the idea of the Decisive Moment. Bring up Lee Friedlander and you get d...