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  • 2 days ago | Art

    An ongoing series of Q&As with some of L.A.’s most active and eclectic contemporary artists, introducing themselves to you in their own words. This week it’s Jay Mark Johnson, whose distinct timeline photographs defy assumptions about linearity ac...

  • 5 days ago | Art

    Betye Saar is a true living legend, one of the most influential American artists of her generation and an early star in the firmament of modern Los Angeles art history. Now at age 92, with half a dozen institutional exhibitions open or imminent a...

  • 8 days ago | Art

    My Favorite Color Is Red Flag is on view at River Gallery this month — an offbeat gallery space in Echo Park that is its own journey’s reward and the perfect location for painter Adam Mars’ new body of work.

  • 9 days ago | Art

    An ongoing series of Q&As with some of L.A.’s most active and eclectic contemporary artists, introducing themselves to you in their own words. This week it’s painter and street art phenom Skyler Grey, who at just 18 is already a sensation from coa...

  • 13 days ago | Art

    New from the art-in-strange-places department, the USS Iowa, a permanently docked San Pedro museum, now also is home to one of the area's more eccentric contemporary art spaces. Alfa Romeo Tango — or A.R.T. — celebrated its inaugural exhibition in...

  • 14 days ago | Art

    Before we can figure out, as the show’s title suggests, What Is to Cure, first we have to ask ourselves what exactly is the disease. Is cancer, capitalism or complacency the greater threat to our survival? If art can’t exactly heal, at leas...

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