Pop for the People: Roy Lichtenstein in LA

A new show is open at the Skirball Cultural Center that explores Roy Lichtenstein‘s relationship with LA — how the artist traveled to our sunny coast each year when NY winter’s became too chilly, and was integral to LA’s …

10.10.16

IDENTITY: Timothy Greenfield-Sanders at The Annenberg Space for Photography

We stopped into The Annenberg Space for Photography last weekend to see portraits by Timothy Greenfield-Sanders, a photographer whose style is similar to Richard Avedon – his subjects face the camera with a direct gaze, and are positioned against …

10.5.16

Octoberfest and Beyond: Exploring German Culture in LA

Fall is the time to explore German culture in Los Angeles. If you have a child traveling abroad this fall, chances are they’re already scheming to go to an Octoberfest celebration in Germany.  It seems to be a rite of …

9.9.16
A PICK OF                 THE MONTH

Jasper Johns at Broad ​and Mark Bradford at Hauser/Wirth

On view February 10 - May 13, 2018, Jasper Johns: ‘Something Resembling Truth’ , a collaboration with the Royal Academy in London, will feature more than 120 of Jasper Johns’ most iconic and significant paintings, sculptures, prints and drawings, many never before exhibited in Los Angeles. With loans from international public and private collections, including significant works from the Broad collection, the exhibition will trace the evolution of the artist’s six-decade career through a series of thematic chapters. 
8.14.16

Seven Mountains Brightens a Trip to Vegas

Seven Magic Mountains

Ten miles out of Vegas is that city’s own kind of Stonehenge, an installation called Seven Magic Mountains by Swiss artist Ugo Rondinone. With a nod to the land artists of the 1970’s – including Michael Heizer of Levitated Mass …

7.25.16

MarkyBox – a Blue Apron Approach to Kid’s Art – Discount for Subscribers

Markybox is a monthly membership program that delivers curated art projects for the aspiring creatives and curious makers in your family. Inside each box, you'll find big dreaming, brain-building, inspiring, real-life activities for kids and adults to complete together, unplugged and uninterrupted!
7.23.16

Carless at Bergamot: Exploring on bike or foot

With the current, much-heralded launch of Metro’s Exposition Line, Bergamot is at last also a real transit station again, and it’s now possible to reach the arts complex easily via public transportation and to explore it—and the surrounding area—on foot or on bike.
6.4.16

Big Bunnies – June 5-11 (psst you can buy one for yourself!)

intrude-4Arts Brookfield presents a highly acclaimed public art installation by Australian artist Amanda Parer. The installation is titled Intrude and will be on view this Summer from June 5-11, 2016. Intrude in LA features seven monumental rabbits constructed of sewn …

6.4.16

TED talk by Stephen Wilkes

Seronera National Park, Serengeti, TanzaniaO_NIGHT_SERENGETI_Master_17-fea-990x450We’ve exposed you to the art of photographer Stephen Wilkes before, but bring him up again now because he’s done a TED talk about his work and his process, which you can read about in a recent National Geographic …

6.4.16