On Dec. 3, the Los Angeles City Council approved an amendment that would allow murals on single family residences in three districts. Because an unanimous vote was not achieved, the Council scheduled a second hearing for Dec. 10.
Movies in Afghanistan were banned under Taliban rule, so when photographer Jonathan Saruk started seeing people going back to the movies he pulled out his camera.
South Korean officials say a 16th century royal seal in the collection of the L.A. County Museum of Art may have been stolen out of a shrine in Seoul during the Korean War.
I’m sad I’ll never again come home to a phone message that began “Charles? Diane Miller!” It always meant the start of another shared adventure.
This weekend, you could slam through "Twin Peaks" (it's on Netflix) and then go see some of David Lynch's non-film visual art at Kayne Griffin Corcoran gallery.
Sikhlens is hosting its annual Sikh Arts & Film Festival at Chapman University's Dodge College of Film and Media Arts this Friday through Sunday.
With his new exhibition at Regen Projects, the L.A. artist reaches into the past, reports from the present and asks what makes a modern "history painting."
The iconic Queens building was a stop on many tours and was the canvas for some 1,500 artists. It will be demolished making way for new apartments and shops.
How do you take a photo of an animal you'll never see? That was wildlife photographer Steve Winter's conundrum when he set out to capture the cougars that roam the hills of Griffith Park.
Actor/artist Martin Mull opens a new collection of paintings Bob Odenkirk describes as "stunning, moving, and strange. It makes you feel like you're watching a dream you didn't know you had."
In early October, the first website was sold at an established auction for $3.500, highlighting the growing acceptance of artwork that lives in a virtual space.
Cruelty? Sexcapades? Drunken toga parties? The Getty Villa's new exhibit shows off a rare statue of Tiberius, portrayed as (mostly) victim of Roman tittle-tattle.
David Sedaris is coming to Pasadena November 15th, and he's asked Off-Ramp commentator Dylan Brody to share the stage with him and tell a goats story.
The reclusive British street artist has unleashed a participatory experiment on New York. We take a visual tour via social media.
If you travel through Union Station this weekend, you might walk right into the middle of an opera performance and not even realize it.
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