Head of TamTam Books, a small publishing house in Los Angeles
Tosh Berman, the son of the artist Wallace Berman, describes his childhood surrounded by the revolutionary artists of the Beat movement.
Feb. 22from Scheer Intelligence
Tosh Berman’s memoir, Tosh: Growing Up in Wallace Berman’s World , is a depiction of culture brought into Los Angeles from the rest of the world: reinvented to be here.
Feb. 7from Bookworm
What would you do if 14 years’ worth of your work disappeared? That’s a question that writer and artist Dennis Cooper has been asking himself for the last few weeks.
Jul. 18, 2016from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
We're finally learning details about the streaming service Disney+, like when it will be available, how much it will cost, and the kind of content it will offer.
Apr. 16from Screengrab
This week, you can: learn about the trans-media career of a pioneering digital designer; appreciate keshiki in Japanese ceramics; track down wildlife in Los Angeles; discuss…
Apr. 15from Design and Architecture
Edward Goldman talks about a variety of cultural and political programs at Los Angeles Museums challenging our perspectives concerning art, sex and politics.
Apr. 23from Art Talk
This week: hear from your favorite authors; load up on art books; appreciate the beautiful, culturally disrupting art of Kwame Brathwaite; tour sustainable gardens that nurture nature;…
Apr. 8from Design and Architecture
This is Rob Long, and on today’s Martini Shot I go to a pitch meeting and at the end of it, I have no idea who is supposed to call whom. That used to be an agent’s job.
Apr. 24from Martini Shot
Elise Pearlstein has dedicated her life to non-fiction film, first as award-winning producer, and since 2013, as SVP of Documentary at Participant Media.
Apr. 12from The Business
In the Geffen Playhouse’s latest production, you’re going to office hours at an elite university.
Apr. 22from Opening the Curtain
The title is “Hail Satan?”—but with a question mark at the end and it may look like a mockumentary, but it’s not.
Apr. 19from Film Reviews
What is it about the night, about what happens in the darkness, when most people are asleep?
Apr. 23from Nocturne