Los Angeles's Museum of Contemporary Art named Philippe Vergne its new museum director late Wednesday evening. He will succeed Jeffrey Deitch, who resigned Sept. 1.
For 30 years, actor Barry McGovern has been performing "I'll Go On," a distillation of three Samuel Beckett novels, as a one-man show around the world. He's now brought it to LA for the first time.
It’s the most comprehensive Calder show in decades. Then why doesn’t the whole equal the sum of its parts? Because the LACMA exhibit feels caged by its own production values, says Marc Haefele.
A federal judge awarded ownership of a disputed Renoir painting to a Baltimore museum, citing "overwhelming evidence" that the painting had been stolen from the museum more than 60 years ago.
Zapata worked on Broadway, television and movies and co-founded the Bilingual Foundation of the Arts, which is dedicated to bringing Latin culture to Southern California through bilingual stage productions.
In “Chatting With Henri Matisse,” we are lucky that the artist never followed his own advice: if you want to be a painter, the first thing you should do is cut out your tongue.
On our occasional series Picture This we've talked with photographers who've been in war zones or far off lands. But our next installment is far more personal.
Former NASA scientist Homa Taraji's gallery features art from her homeland with the goal of changing the conversation about Iran and its people.
Seeing a meteor streak through the night sky takes a certain amount of luck. Turn away for a second and you could miss it. Capturing one on film is even harder.
Photographer Dorothea Lange is best known for her intimate portraits of Depression-era migrant farmworkers, but a new book shows how her life's work spans decades and continents.
Acquiring a work means preserving it for years to come — and digital media like video games present a host of challenges for preservationists.
... In which Rabe claims that a simple organ performance at Disney Hall turned into money for the arts and a future for classical music.
Brooklyn-based photographer Henry Hargreaves and food stylist Caitlin Levin have are putting their own unique twist on gingerbread architecture.
After photographer Ashlee Wells Jackson had her first child, she bounced back pretty quickly. But the second time she got pregnant, it was a very different story.
George Rodrigue took the legend of the Cajun werewolf and transformed it into instantly recognizable portraits of a quizzical blue dog.
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.