Take a load off with Oskar Zieta’s inspired, not-so-heavy metal seating arrangement—appropriately named the Plopp stool.
An emphasis on the good old days, from 1960s Palm Springs to classic Disney cartoons to the venerable Gay Men’s Chorus of L.A.
Fritz Haeg will change the way we see the world, starting with the lawn and gardens right outside our windows.
After 30 years as a curator and gallerist, Deitch signs on at MOCA to continue his constantly evolving dialogue about art, life and the cultural landscape.
The latest in art and architecture, with a celebrity flourish, including a Michael Jackson collection and 5 questions for Hollywood It gal Betty White.
Pierre Koenig’s modern-architecture masterpiece Case Study House No. 21 exhibits global balance with an owner who showcases Eastern art through a series of visiting installations.
Owner of ChersonProm, Sykes dreams of design that is moving in every sense of the word—and everything he turns out proves it.
One designer whose love of all things in nature shines through in his functional-art pieces.
The latest in art and architecture, from Thomas Hayes to the Griffith Observatory to the Huntington Library and more.
This month, we look at Chrissie Morris’ metal-studded lace-up sandals and Frédérique Constant Junior watches from Polacheck’s.
They're the true lights of the city—see how this Japanese metropolis makes the most of its mobility.
The latest in art and architecture, from Roy McMakin to the L.A. Antiques Show to Neliana Fuenmayor and more.
This month's look includes Essence of IX fragrance and design-your-own board shorts from a local Santa Monica company.
The latest in art and architecture, from the Getty Villa to artful coloring books to a renowned California furniture maker.
New and notable works at the Pacific Design Center, Specific, Assouline and more.
Eric Yahnker's work is elegant proof that serious art can flourish under the umbrella of comedy.
In the realm of arts and ideas.
In the realm of arts 'n' ideas
In the realm of arts and ideas.
Douglas Aitken at Regen Projects, Ruven Afanador's homage to Andalusian music and a new Ralph Pucci collection by L.A.-based William Emmerson.
Mayer Rus visits artist Clare Graham’s Highland Park studio MorYork (originally a 1933 Safeway supermarket) and examines his inspired art, an extreme exercise in repurposing.
Matthew Specktor's That Summertime Sound, Paula Froelich's Mercury in Retrograde, La Brea's best furniture and Feathered Edge at MOCA PDC.
Bettina Korek, founder of ForYourArt, became a “metacurator" and has expanded with a marketing division called FYAworld. FYA is a supporting partner of the Watts House Project, an urban revitalization of homes in Los Angeles.
In one decade, Ann Philbin turned oil baron Armand Hammer’s roundly despised vanity project into the hippest and most dynamic cultural institution in town—UCLA's Hammer Museum.
Graphic artist Geoff McFetridge favors softly contoured animalistic characters and line-drawn, Sgt. Pepper’s– reminiscent figures—a style that's well suited to clients of every ilk.
Walead Beshty’s presence in Los Angeles is a boon not only for his students at Art Center College of Design but for the entire art community.
Richard Shapiro’s Holmby Hills manse delivers an object lesson in the masterful pairing of art and design.
Arts and Culture Editor Mayer Rus highlights and latest art and design of Erika Brunson, Martin Brudnizki, Trina Turk and Larry Johnson.
Vegas Mon Amour: Peruse Albert Watson's visionary album for a winning mecca.
Dave Hickey, art critic and professor of English at University of Nevada, says Vegas is "gold on the ground." Then why does he bite the hand that feeds?
The best in spring style, including Dior's new fertility-goddess heels, the Annenberg Space for Photography in Century City and Rock & Republic on Robertson.
Intérieurs home and garden shop in WeHo, Sally Sohn baubles, French design firm Baccarat, Don Freeman's portrait of Ted Muehling, the new Andaz West Hollywood on Sunset and more.
A trip to LACMA brought the Italian artist to the banks of the La Brea Tar Pits, leading to years of study and experimentation with his now signature material.
The Brentwood home of Nancy Heller and Fred Specktor is a kaleidoscope of aesthetic tastes and personal passions.
Avant-garde painter Rosson Crow talks about her recent success and her love of Los Angeles.