In the realm of arts + ideas: Cleopatra reigns supreme, La Cienega spiffs up, Carroll Dunham gets his due
Harry Gessner gets his due, Mickalene Thomas explores the universe—and Pedro Guerrero shares his secrets
In the realm of art and ideas: Cliff May’s home front, Rosson Crow’s climate control—and truly wearable art
Arts + ideas: John Dickinson on the block, Richard Diebenkorn back to the future—and Ming Wong’s Chinatown sojourn
In the realm of arts + ideas: Soviet agitprop, Florida sun and L.A. public performance
This month: art with a personal touch, art for the masses—and art from the fashion forward.
In the realm of arts + ideas: A noncolor color gets its due, Destroy All Monsters lives—and Quarterly Co. gives a piece of the Web.
In the realm of arts+ideas: didactic decor, KAWS for cartoons—and High Desert hijinks
In the realm of arts + ideas.
Brothers Grimm tales, verklempt over Vermeer and L.A.'s upcoming FYF-dom.
In the realm of arts and ideas: beachside bike tour, dino might and a New York attitude.
Ed Ruscha, back "On the Road"; the rhythms of Ojai—and how seminal decorators decorate.
In the realm of art and ideas: an exploration of beauty, classic films in L.A.'s classic theaters...and the dark visions of Tim Burton.
In the realm of art and ideas: the annual L.A. Antiques Show, the magic of Harry Houdini...and a celebration of Alvin Ailey.
In the realm of arts and ideas—from Hedi Slimane’s design of a decade to Michael McClure’s signature growls and whispers.
In the realm of arts and ideas—from a rapper’s delight to Variations of Jane Fonda to John Waters’ vaudeville for a new generation.
In the realm of arts and ideas, from seminal photography tomes to art shows for the generations.
Los Angeles Times critics, writers and contributors share their 2010 moment of transcendence.
This month, an eclectic sampling of the Los Angeles art scene, including a Michael Kohn retrospective, Raphael’s Madonna and Andy Warhol camos.
It's a decidedly photographic bent with a William Eggleston exhibition at LACMA, a book on reefer films and a tribute to Julius Shulman.
To honor the Mexican bicentennial, museums are showcasing murals, posters, tattoos and street art; plus, a Santa Monica Glow.
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.
A sneak peek at LACMA’s inspired and surprisingly hard won collection of European fashions from the past two centuries.
The latest in art and architecture, with a celebrity flourish, including a Michael Jackson collection and 5 questions for Hollywood It gal Betty White.
The latest in art and architecture, from Thomas Hayes to the Griffith Observatory to the Huntington Library and more.
The latest in art and architecture, from Roy McMakin to the L.A. Antiques Show to Neliana Fuenmayor and more.
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.
In the realm of arts and ideas.
The newest art exhibits and book releases, from LACMA to the Japanese American National Museum, Nick Knight to Pamela August Russell to David Hicks.
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.
Matthew Specktor's That Summertime Sound, Paula Froelich's Mercury in Retrograde, La Brea's best furniture and Feathered Edge at MOCA PDC.
Arts and Culture Editor Mayer Rus highlights and latest art and design of Erika Brunson, Martin Brudnizki, Trina Turk and Larry Johnson.