Contemporary Art Review Los Angeles
Editor-in-chief of the quarterly magazine Carla, or Contemporary Art Review Los Angeles.
Many people remember the scenes from "The Matrix" when Neo hinges slowly backward and narrowly dodges bullets.
Aug. 21from Greater LA
Alma Allen is known for creating wood, stone, and bronze sculptures that resemble patterns and shapes found in nature.
Aug. 7from Greater LA
The late 1950s to the end of the 1960s saw a huge cultural transformation in California.
Jul. 24from Greater LA
The Marvel superhero Spider-Man is owned by Sony, but for the past five years, a unique arrangement had Sony and Disney sharing the character, which meant Spidey could show up in other…
Aug. 23from Hollywood Breakdown
This week, you can: catch the end of a blockbuster hip-hop photography show; see how artists draw inspiration from the urban environment; sit in a tea house made of tree branches;…
Aug. 12from Design and Architecture
Table setting is one of the most exciting competitions at the Ventura County Fair. Newly elected LA City Councilman John Lee shares his plans around homelessness and transportation.
Aug. 15from Greater LA
From the archives, a highly resonate conversation with Toni Morrison about transfiguring love, as portrayed in her novel Beloved .
Aug. 15from Bookworm
Comedian David Alan Grier on the comedy of retirement in "The Cool Kids".
Aug. 16from The Treatment
Julianne Moore joins us with her husband, writer-director Bart Freundlich, to talk about their careers and their new drama, ‘After the Wedding,’ the fourth film they’ve made together.
Aug. 16from The Business
In the past few years there's been a very real invasion from Mexico--by remarkably gifted filmmakers.
Aug. 23from Film Reviews
The City of LA wants to create more housing by encouraging Angelenos to build "accessory dwelling units."
Aug. 14from Greater LA
Characters with DNA, blood and soul populate forty three stories and a novella by Peter Orner: Maggie Brown & Others .
Aug. 22from Bookworm