One of the fascinating Angelenos featured in L.A. Weekly's People 2013 issue. Check out our entire People 2013 issue here. Five months after a 340-ton rock officially became part of Michael Heizer's massive Levitated Mass sculpture on the grounds of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, curator Rita ... More >>
The Hammer's Mohn Award is a grand experiment in art-world democracy
Courtesy of LACMA and the Department of Special Collections, Stanford University LibrariesAsco Goes to the Universe, 1975: a glamorous close-up of the collective If you imagine David Bowie moonlighting as a Chicano performance artist, you might begin to get a sense of Asco, the radical collec ... More >>
Graphic design helps food trucks get attention
Glen Tagami In this week's LA Weekly print edition, Gary Baum takes a serious look at the graphic design of food trucks, examining not only how the designs are used to market the food, but how they've been influenced by various aspects of the Southern California aesthetic.
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They called themselves Asco and pulled off stunts that tweaked the establishment, but love affairs, jealousy and rival newcomers tore them apart