The miniature art of Sunland's Alan Wolfson; the High Desert horse rescue hurt by Erin Corwin's murder; It's so hot ... we collected It's So Hot jokes; Charles Burns shows us the Sugar Skull inside the Hive.
White Rock Ranch Horse Rescue's Isabella Megli with Mystic (RH Greene)
Julius Shulman's claim to the fame is that he's simply one of the best photographers of architecture around. When Shulman turned 95 in 2005, the Getty opened an exhibit of his work and threw him a birthday party.
The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA is showing the nation's first-ever retrospective of feminist art. Queena Kim met up with Sibyl O'Malley, Laida Lertxundi, and Audrey Chan at MOCA and asked the CalArts graduate students: what's the stereotype of feminist artists theses days?
On view right now at The Getty is Zoopsia, four pieces by artist Tim Hawkinson. It's the first time the Getty has commissioned art from a living artist, and Queena Kim went to the opening to ask: why is the Getty delving into contemporary art?
L.A.-based reporter Linda Deutsch has been covering the courts for the AP for decades. She's covered everything from the Charles Manson trial to O.J. Frank Stoltze attended a recent ceremony honoring Deutsch.
Two weeks ago, a young member of the Los Angeles media community passed away. Arthur covered issues and music at the fringes. Oh, and Arthur was a magazine. Off-Ramp contributor Brendan Newnam went to pay his respects.
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