DnA takes on art: in politics, money and public space. Interiors photographer William Abranowicz has a show of images marking the fight for voting rights at the Matt Blacke gallery, one of several LA museums and galleries that are encouraging voter participation. How did art become an “asset class”? Nathaniel Kahn explores the high-end art market in “The Price of Everything.” And two women try and awaken interest in LA public sculpture, by posing on it, in slinky outfits and with a great sense of humor.
Voting rights, art and the market, Public Sculpture Archive
From this Episode:
William Abranowicz turns his lens on voting rights
The midterms are a couple of weeks away. But will people show up to vote?
6 min, 51 sec
“The Price of Everything” explores how art became an “asset class”
Nathaniel Kahn's highly regarded first documentary “My Architect” tracked his quest to understand his blood father Louis Kahn, the famed American architect who maintained...
13 min, 32 sec