One of the driving forces behind a successful protest campaign is art, and a Seattle-based nonprofit called Amplifier has been leveraging it with one goal in mind: to help save democracy.
What began as a one-month-long art installation has become a viral backdrop for thousands of selfie-lovers, culminating in a cautionary tale and a hefty dose of schadenfreude.
Gena Milanesi paints dynamic, colorful portraits of celebrities like Pelé and Michael Phelps.
Dr. Paul Koudounaris is a local author, photographer, scholar and raconteur who has gained a large following thanks to his wide range of unique interests.
Here on the West Coast, it seems like gigantic festivals have always been associated with the desert. But who was the first promoter to stake a claim out in the great, wide open, and how did others follow suit?
Paul McCarthy continues his ‘White Snow’ oeuvre with an installation of glitchy wooden sculptures in LA.
Meet the latest name to be added to LA’s legacy of African American artists.
Joseph Campbell and Hilma af Klint are just a few of Kris Chau’s myriad inspirations.
Hysteria and surrealism may appear to have little in common, but there was a moment when their paths converged in the life of mental patient Léona Delcourt.