Gemini G.E.L co-founder Sidney B. Felsen's photo archive — which the Getty acquired — documents seminal artists at work, such as Robert Rauschenberg, Roy Lichtenstein, Claes Oldenburg, Ellsworth Kelly, Jasper Johns, David Hockney and Richard Serra.
Xu Zhen's trippy "In Just a Blink of an Eye" is only the second performance artwork to be acquired by MOCA. The Getty and the Broad don't collect performance art at all, but MoMA and the Tate do. Why? And how?
With Brad Pitt, Diane Keaton and other notables turning out in support, LACMA’s Peter Zumthor-designed future home won support from the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors, which approved demolition of four existing buildings and unlocked key funding to start construction.
Michael Govan, director of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, fields new questions from critics of the revised Peter Zumthor design, up for county approval Tuesday. Among the concerns: shrinking exhibition galleries and the need to move staff and art storage into expensive offsite rental space.
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors will hold a critical vote Tuesday on whether to certify the recently released final environmental impact report for a new Los Angeles County Museum of Art building, thereby issuing $117.5 million in funds toward the $650 million project.
Photoville, New York's biggest photography event, will roll into Los Angeles for the first time in late April. The free exhibition will be staged inside repurposed shipping containers set up at the Annenberg Space for Photography.
LACMA is a big step closer to unlocking key funding for its new museum, but escalating construction costs and a desire to stay on budget are behind the new plan to shrink Peter Zumthor's design by about 10%. The target opening date pushes back to 2024.
The Southwest Museum — L.A.'s first museum, a 1914 building taken over by the Autry in 2003 — is seeking a new owner-operator. The Autry will announce on Tuesday it's soliciting proposals for someone else — cultural, educational, philanthropic or commercial — to take over the troubled site.
Artists Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller have created “Thought Experiments in F# Minor,” which uses immersive sound and iPad video to create a new way of exploring Walt Disney Concert Hall. The effect? To blur the line between what you see in real life and what you experience onscreen.
Korean American artists, curators, gallery owners and local museum staffers have united under the name Gyopo and are calling for changes to artist Beau Stanton's mural on the RFK Community Schools campus in Koreatown.
The artist, part of the Desert X biennial around Palm Springs, has augmented reality artworks that appear on your phone when you reach the right geographic location. One curator calls it the future — land art with little environmental impact.
Noted artist Jenny Holzer planned to project text from gun violence survivors onto a stream bank outside Palm Springs for Desert X, but concern over the artwork's effect on bighorn sheep have forced a change in plans right before the event's opening.
Huge installations in the desert near Palm Springs put this show on the art map in 2017. On Monday organizers are revealing which artists have created work for the second installment of Desert X, opening next month.