See also: *5 Artsy Things to Do in L.A. This Week *Best L.A. Novel Ever: The Tournament Last weekend's first annual L.A. Art Book Fair brought more than 200 independent publishers, galleries and booksellers from more than 20 countries to the Geffen Contemporary at MOCA to talk art, hock prints and ... More >>
This week, a performance artist celebrates a jazz singer, a Parisian artist celebrates a German-born architect and an iconic L.A. gallery says goodbye with the same savvy it's always had. 5. Everyone onstage Abbey Lincoln played a black maid in the 1968 film For Love of Ivy -- not a bit part but th ... More >>
Tuesday, Margo Leavin Gallery announced it will close after forty-two years. The news comes as a surprise. L.A. galleries close, move or rebrand themselves all the time, but not Margo Leavin. Hers has been a quiet, constant presence at 812 Robertson Boulevard for so long it seemed it would continue ... More >>
Tim Hawkinson's latest spin
"The mass of the mountain ... entwined with the space of its valley"
The alchemical waste management of El Anatsui
Michael Govan wants to change the face of L.A. What are you going to do to help him?
Entering Andrea Zittel’s “Critical Space”
Kindergarten at Art Center
Collectors named Baldessari, Pittman, et al.
An interview with Hammer director Ann Philbin
Artist Tim Hawkinsons maelstrom of twisted fun
Emma, Hilma and Agnes Visualize the Unseeable
The Doug Chrismas story
SHAG and Mark Ryden included. Plus, Terry Schoonhoven and Burnett Miller, RIP
Then and now