Contemporary Art Review Los Angeles
Editor-in-chief of the quarterly magazine Carla, or Contemporary Art Review Los Angeles.
Outside of his music photography, Todd Gray examines the legacies of colonialism in Europe and Africa.
Jan. 21from Greater LA
Color takes on several meanings, an artist delves into the melancholy of the female mind, and candles stand in for alt-right manifestoes.
Jan. 21from Arts & Culture Stories
This week: Three galleries team up to honor an L.A.-based fiber artist; a downtown gallery features a Memphis Design legend; a group show celebrates modern surrealism; and the costs of…
Jan. 14from Arts & Culture Stories
Traffic got you down? Wouldn't it be nice to just fly over it all? A new company is working to make that possible.
Jan. 16from Greater LA
T he film took home the top prize for Best Ensemble.
Jan. 22from KCRW Features
“Dolittle” is the latest in a long, undistinguished line of movies about the veterinarian who can talk to animals.
Jan. 17from Film Reviews
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
A new film, “ By Hand ,” documents their 218-day journey. It premieres at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival this week.
Jan. 17from KCRW Features
If you watched the Golden Globes this year, you may have noticed a lot of speeches got bleeped.
Jan. 21from Screengrab
On this Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, we replay some of our favorite episodes. Local poets share their work and discuss LA's spoken word scene.
Jan. 20from Greater LA
The Santa Barbara International Film Festival features one foreign language film directed and produced by UCSB students. “ Mother of Chernobyl ” is a fictional tale about…
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