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.
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.
Vanessa Prager learned about art online—and turned it into a dynamic art practice.
Instigator, daredevil, and provocateur Chris Burden is the subject of a new film by Timothy Marrinan and Richard Dewey.
A century-old produce market is now home to Produce Haus, LA’s newest collaborative arts space.
We talked to Welsh artist Richard J. Oliver about why a little kitsch can't hurt you.
As a kid, Tslil Tsemet tried to drink breast milk from a cat. As an adult, she turned the memory into a painting.
The Transfigure Project uses a playful format to highlight serious issues.
Innocence and naiveté answer clumsy propositions for sex in the work of Audrey Jones.