The Hammer's Mohn Award is a grand experiment in art-world democracy
Gerhard Richter Painting, the title of Corinne Belz' new documentary, is at once literally accurate and conceptually deceptive. True, the bulk of the footage consists of the German artist working on large canvasses with paint and diverse tools (mostly large objects that the subtitles refer to as "s ... More >>
If you're one of those shoppers who struts into bookstores, clutching a latte in one hand and wrangling a book off the shelf with the other, Lee Kaplan thinks you should be a little ashamed of yourself. Lee and his wife Whitney own Arcana Books on the Arts, one of the best bookstores around for new ... More >>
Highlights from the fall season
Harmony Korine on his allegorical, sex-with-garbage horror flick
A guided tour with curator Stephanie Barron
Both sides now at LACMA
The art of obnoxiousness
Th-th-that's Saul, Folks!
Hello ... Wrong
Michael Govan wants to change the face of L.A. What are you going to do to help him?
Tom LaDuke, “Off the Grid”
Beginning with Rothko
MOCA’s “Painting in Tongues”
Ciudad, the Pan-Latin downtown outpost of Mary Sue Milliken and Susan Feniger, may be all things to all people, but especially to all people whose pleasures include bending an elbow every now and then.
From A.O.C. to Zankou
From The Hungry Cat to Providence
Cooking in the Age of Anxiety
Hanging Lucian Freud
Richard Koshalek,Outgoing Jeremy Strick, Incoming