Art reviews from art critics Edward Goldman and Hunter Drohojowska-Philp.
Edward Goldman talks about a variety of cultural and political programs at Los Angeles Museums challenging our perspectives concerning art, sex and politics.
Edward Goldman talks about soul-searching exhibitions by two Los Angeles artists, Don Bachardy and Kenzi Shiokava.
Hunter Drohojowska-Philp muses on the many art festivals—not fairs— blossoming in the desert
Edward Goldman talks about the architectural glory of Los Angeles, with iconic buildings by Pritzker Prize winners within walking distance.
Hunter Drohojowska-Philp talks about artist’s Bodega Run
Edward Goldman talks about the blossom explosion across SoCal as a sign that our Gods and Angels are becoming inspiring artists…
Hunter Drohojowska-Philp talks about the whitish art of the late Italian Conceptualist
Edward Goldman talks about the power and magic of great artworks of the past, and wonders which contemporary artworks will stand the test of time.
It was Easter Sunday in Paris and this year Catholics did not celebrate the holiest of days at Notre Dame.
Apr. 23from Design and Architecture
Film Independent Presents and KCRW bring you an advance screening of Trial By Fire from Roadside Attractions.
Apr. 23from Arts & Culture Stories
In the spirit of Passover, DnA explores an exodus story with a profound design impact.
A storytelling show that explores the night, the landscape of the unseen, and how thoughts, feelings and behaviors transform in the dark.
Everything you wanted to know about good cooking, good eating, good food! From LA Chef, author, radio host, and restaurateur Evan Kleiman, at KCRW.com.
In-depth interviews with the most innovative & influential people in entertainment, art, and pop culture. Hosted by film critic Elvis Mitchell, at KCRW.com.
Take a weird, thoughtful and pleasurable journey into literature, music, art, philosophy, the internet, language, and history with McSweeney's and KCRW.
Apr 27LA River
Apr 27Eastern Projects Gallery
Just two days after the shocking fire at the Notre Dame cathedral in Paris, the French government announced an international competition to redesign the spire.
Last week DnA brought you to Coachella, where the stages are decked out in the latest technologies.
Whether you subscribe to skinny bundles that include live TV, or more traditional streaming video on demand services, you may have noticed your monthly subscription prices going up…
Apr. 23from Screengrab
What is it about the night, about what happens in the darkness, when most people are asleep?
Apr. 23from Nocturne
This week, you can: hear authors talk about early 20th century LA architects and/or (separately) the structural dispossession of building and gentrification in the 21st century; go to…
Apr. 22from Design and Architecture
Social psychologists and economists are working from all sides to figure out how to change doctors' prescribing behaviors, but it is not always about what’s best for patients.
Apr. 21from Second Opinion
For years, Ryan O’Connell was in the closet: not because he’s gay, which he is, but because he was ashamed of having cerebral palsy. His cover? He’d been hit by a car--which was true.
Apr. 20from The Business
In the new Netflix comedy series ‘ Special ,’ Ryan O’Connell plays a version of himself. Ryan Hayes is a gay man beset by millennial angst, who also has cerebral palsy.