staff writer covering arts and culture, LA Times
Carolina Miranda is a staff writer for the Los Angeles Times. A former art critic for public radio station WNYC in New York, Miranda's work has also appeared on NPR, Public Radio International and Time magazine.
John Baldessari died in his Venice home last Thursday. He was 88 -- and a major figure in conceptual art. His work has been seen in hundreds of solo exhibitions worldwide.
Jan. 6from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
This year, multiple LA museums rallied for a union. Art patrons wanted to hold their institutions accountable, particularly with donations.
Dec. 19from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
Dozens of fired museum employees and their supporters rallied last Friday outside the Marciano Art Foundation, the now-closed arts institution in a former Scottish Rite Masonic Temple…
Nov. 12from Design and Architecture
In a closely-watched trial, Weinstein has won himself no favors with the judge after bringing in two cellphones and texting during court proceedings.
Jan. 10from Hollywood Breakdown
Legends of an underground people on a small Baltic island.
Jan. 22from Here Be Monsters
Jonathan Blum wrote characters with open destinies, in stories with open endings, for his new book of short stories, The Usual Uncertainties.
Jan. 16from Bookworm
Angelenos can reduce their carbon footprints by composting, but finding a place to do that is tough.
Jan. 15from Greater LA
This week: A room-sized aquarium made of detritus, an artist questions systems that exclude disabled bodies, and a painter exhibits a whole show of books.
Jan. 7from Arts & Culture Stories
Food and wine writer Matt Kettmann recommends “The Delicacy,” “The Wandering Chef,” “Man in the Field,” and “Born in a Ballroom.”
Jan. 15from KCRW Features
With the jury set, the Harvey Weinstein trial is underway in New York, and the first few days have provided some dramatic and emotional testimony, especially from actress and alleged…
Jan. 24from Hollywood Breakdown
Two generations of African-American talent — Michael B.
Jan. 9from The Treatment
The night is a perfect canvas for the ancient magic of Peruvian shamanism. In the darkness, your mind opens, allowing spirits to find a place to land.
Jan. 14from Nocturne