Carolina Miranda

staff writer covering arts and culture, LA Times

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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.

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Museum Row on Wilshire Boulevard is in the midst of some big changes.

Museums on Wilshire get revamped, but are pedestrians being forgotten?

Museum Row on Wilshire Boulevard is in the midst of some big changes.

from Design and Architecture

Los Angeles artist Gary Cannone supplants images of iconic art pieces into classic album covers to create “mock album covers,” as he calls them.

'Mock album covers' of Gary Cannone: conceptual art meets heavy metal

Los Angeles artist Gary Cannone supplants images of iconic art pieces into classic album covers to create “mock album covers,” as he calls them.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

In1961, Gordon Parks photographed South America’s poorest neighborhoods for Life magazine. While shooting in a Rio De Janeiro slum, Parks met 12-year-old Flávio da Silva.

Public outrage sparks from Gordon Parks' photos of a boy in Brazilian slums

In1961, Gordon Parks photographed South America’s poorest neighborhoods for Life magazine. While shooting in a Rio De Janeiro slum, Parks met 12-year-old Flávio da Silva.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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