A survey of abstract paintings and paper work by Agnes Martin at LACMA charts the artist's blossoming awareness
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art's expansion has a lot of art by a few big names such as Andy Warhol, Richard Serra, Alexander Calder.
New York-based artist's exhausting visuals at the Orange County Museum of Art are as shamelessly captivating as a car wreck
The life of Helen Lundeberg spanned the 20th century, almost exactly. In the first full-scale retrospective exhibition of paintings by the Los Angeles artist,
Without classic 1960s Pop art, especially Andy Warhol's, there would be no Robert Mapplethorpe photographs as we know them from the 1970s and 1980s.
New Hauser Wirth & Schimmel gallery's spacious facility hosts 'Revolution in the Making: Abstract Sculpture by Women 1947-2016'
"Robert Mapplethorpe: The Perfect Medium" at the J. Paul Getty Museum and Los Angeles County Museum of Art is a thorough examination.
'Disguise: Masks and Global African Art' at the Fowler Museum adds a dynamic, modern touch to an ancient, cross-cultural tradition.
'Leap Before You Look' at UCLA's Hammer Museum offers a fascinating look at Black Mountain College, which had a profound influence on the emergence of the midcentury American avant garde.
Matt Wedel's ceramics at L.A. Louver, Doug Ohlson's paintings at Louis Stern and Genevieve Gaignard's installation are reviewed.
National Museum of African Art, showing works from Bill Cosby's art collection in 'Conversations,' hurts itself.
The power of the French monarchy is on full display in 'Woven Gold: Tapestries of Louis XIV' at the Getty Museum, with designs after Raphael, Giulio Romano, Peter Paul Rubens, Simon Vouet, Charles Le Brun and others.
"Hard Edged: Geometrical Abstraction and Beyond" at the California African American Museum shifts frame of reference for black artists
Part political cartoon, part surreal history lesson, Jim Shaw's 'The End Is Here' show at N.Y.'s New Museum encapsulates almost 40 years of conclusions
The work of Sister Corita, a nun and activist, edges on Pop art, but her humanism went deeper than the Warhol influences
Noah Purifoy's important assemblages, begun after the Watts riots and stretching past 9/11, redefined and enlarged the idea of black consciousness
'Sculpture in the Age of Donatello: Renaissance Masterpieces From Florence Cathedral' at the Museum of Biblical Art captures rivalry.
In 'Out of Sight,' William Hackman takes a worthwhile look at the L.A. art scene in the 1960s but repeats some outdated established ideas.
The overblown installation of 102 lifeless canvases in monochrome ranks among the Pop artist's worst works — even its creator was unimpressed, calling it 'disco decor'
Art review: The exquisite beadwork in 'Floral Journey' at Autry National Center has messages about the beliefs, struggles of Native Americans.