New Getty Exhibit Takes on the Art of Human Expression

What's in a face? Quite a lot.

In the LACE Archives, LGBTQ+ Art Gets Its Due

The Getty Research Institute acquires Archive from Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions.

Mapped on the Body: 60 Years of Jasper Johns

The iconic artist gets his largest SoCal exhibition in over 50 years.

Carlos Motta’s The Crossing Gives a Voice to Queer Refugees

Composed of eleven videos, this spotlight on the “queer diaspora” is sweeping in its scope.

Archer Students Dance Workshop with the Cast of “Hamilton”

The hit musical comes to the Pantages... with a pit stop at a local dance group along the way

Tonight: “Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop” at the California African American Museum

So what if it's Wednesday? Dance your troubles away while taking in some art at CAAM.

A Calvin Klein Coffee Table Book– Complete With Male Nudes– Is Almost Here

Have you ever fantasized about having a lush, gorgeous Rizzoli edition full of tasteful male nudes to grace your wagon wheel coffee table? Of...

Taking on Latinx and Chicanx Art, Identity, and Language

PST: LA/LA has been bringing artistic, intersectional cultural expression to the forefront for years.

Point Foundation to Honor Jill Soloway for Her Contribution to the LGBTQ+ Community

If you don’t know Jill Soloway by now--girl, you’re about to.
Walker Evans, “Roadside Stand Near Birmingham/Roadside Store Between Tuscaloosa and Greensboro, Alabama,”

Realism and Fantasy in Los Angeles and San Francisco

Prepare for new Yayoi Kusama Infinity Rooms at the Broad and a Walker Evans retrospective at SFMOMA.

Looking at an Artist’s Life Through His Face

"Happy Birthday Mr. Hockney" is a celebration of the artist's self portraiture

Instagram and GLAAD Launch #KindComments Campaign

When Instagram called artist Jacob Tobia to launch a project for Transgender Day of Visibility, a movement began.

Photographers Push Boundaries With #ArtAgainstHate

Steven Trumon Gray and Chad Wagner enlisted the help of a few friends to make a provocative, visual statement against Trump.

Marlene Dietrich’s Style Gets Its Own Smithsonian Exhibit

Because nbody wore a tux better than Marlene