Contemporary Art Review Los Angeles
Editor-in-chief of the quarterly magazine Carla, or Contemporary Art Review Los Angeles.
This week grayscale paintings explore Americana, fabric sculptures straddle mediums, an artist plays with expressive linework, and LA artists respond to fire.
Dec. 10from Arts & Culture Stories
Wildfires have burned large swaths of Greater LA, so the Arts District-based gallery Wilding Cran is making fire the centerpiece of its latest exhibit.
Dec. 4from Greater LA
This week, artists use light and pigment to create otherworldly effects, and two artists investigate the climate through unique personal styles.
Dec. 3from Arts & Culture Stories
How do you make your own architectural statement on a street filled with eye-grabbing Eric Owen Moss buildings?
Dec. 10from Design and Architecture
Ray Kappe, creator of stunning homes and a highly original architecture school, has passed at age 92. DnA gives tribute to a well-lived life.
Nov. 26from Design and Architecture
The Cave Fire sparked in Santa Barbara on Monday, and residents have been ordered to evacuate as it spreads. Fires are the norm in California, as well as Australia.
Nov. 26from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
Most of the ocean floor has never been mapped in detail. Some scientists are trying to change that, using sonar to see what satellites can’t.
Dec. 11from Here Be Monsters
It's tempting to say that "Knives Out" is the sort of movie they don't make any more, but they didn't make all that many way back when, because it's really hard to pull off a…
Nov. 29from Film Reviews
This week: explore the rise and form of right wing media spaces; shop local crafts and give the Amazon delivery person a break; celebrate 20 years of the hauntingly beautiful…
Dec. 2from Design and Architecture
Part of the streaming wars is trying to figure out the perfect way to release new episodes--one at a time, all at once, or some combination of the two?
Nov. 29from Hollywood Breakdown
Los Angeles County held a memorial ceremony this week honoring the lives of 1,457 people who died in 2016, but whose remains were not claimed by loved ones.
Dec. 5from Greater LA
XOTX Tropico Nursery, founded in 1988, is a haven for endangered plant life. But now it’s endangered itself. The owner is required to vacate the nursery by December 30.
Dec. 9from Greater LA