Jewish history in turn-of-the-century America usually conjures up images of deeply religious East Coast garment district workers or greased-back, penny-pinching Old Hollywood studio moguls.
The Autry National Center attempts to break down this second stereotype with its latest exhibit, "Jews in the ... More >>
The Coachella Valley was once known as a fantastic spot for a getaway from L.A., especially during its high season in winter, when it features almost-certain sunshine and better temperatures.
In recent years, Coachella has become synonymous with just one thing: Coachella. But this year, the music f ... More >>
Common thinking is that architects are predominantly old white dudes (and they mostly are), but the Chinese American Museum's exhibition "Breaking Ground: Chinese American Architects in Los Angeles (1945-1980)" highlights four astonishing designers who eclipsed the profession's exclusionary demograp ... More >>
Courtesy of Los Angeles Modern AuctionsRichard Neutra's VDL House in Silver Lake, photographed by Julius Shulman in 1966. A print of this image, and some of the furniture photographed, are up for auction this weekend. Life in sepia remains unavailable.In the material world, the past is never ... More >>
Julius Shulman, the Los Angeles photographer who chronicled the flowering of Mid-20th Century architecture, died at his Los Angeles home Wednesday. He was 98. Shulman's "Case Study House #22" (pictured here) was one of his many portraits of local modernist residences. Such pictures immediately becam ... More >>