A new feature celebrates the centenary of the Natural History Museum of L.A. and reconnects the city to its history and environment.
Doug Rickard is a photographer from Sacramento whose project “A New American Picture” incorporates images of contemporary American Life.
“Situating his masterpiece in the desert provided…a metaphor for both devastation and restoration.” Rubén Martínez discusses Noah Purifoy.
The Teaching Artist Project powerfully demonstrates that hope and resilience can be stimulated by the arts.
An interview with Academy Award nominated artist and graphic novelist Daniel Clowes.
Anthony Raynsford charts the history and evolution of architectural education in this review essay of the new collection Design on the Edge
Jason Weems on the influence of husband and wife design team Charles and Ray Eames, and the place of their work in postwar California culture.
Jim Hinch relates the story of two LA artists, their surface likenesses, and the story told by their differences.
With words and stark photos, Matt Black tells the story of the region recently named the poorest congressional district in the nation.
Alex Schmidt takes a tour of the Jackrabbit Homestead, and attempts to find meaning in a place said to have none. Photographs by Kim Stringfellow