An art theft in Italy. A death sentence in Saudi Arabia. A whistle-blower loses her job in San Francisco. Plus: whitewashing O.C.’s Chicano murals, preserving Los Angeles, and military bathroom graffiti.Read more
A historic survey of sculpture made by women in the post-World War II era will be the debut show at Hauser Wirth & Schimmel, the soon-to-open Los Angeles outpost of the Swiss blue-chip gallery, helmed in part by Paul Schimmel, the former chief curator at the Museum of Contemporary Art.
The exhibition, "Revolution in the Making: Abstract Sculpture by Women, 1947-2016," opens March 13.Read more
An hour and a half into the 16th annual Latin Grammy Awards, the ceremony was moving at a good clip. There were power ballads. There was smoke. There was cumbia and reggaeton. And there was Ricky Martin shaking his hips on “La Mordidita.”
Then Mexican rockers Maná took the stage with norteño legends Los Tigres del Norte.Read more
A performance and paintings show by a first lady of performance art. Video art about the natural world. Installation pieces that play with L.A.’s architecture. And a piece that examines the trials of an important French saint. Plus: Victorian dandies and a place in which to deposit all of your holiday angst.Read more
Read an expanded version of this story with a full report on the winners and performances by Natalia Lafourcade, J Balvin, Will Smith with Bomba Estéreo and more at the Latin Grammy Awards here.
An hour and a half into the telecast, the Latin Grammy Awards was moving at a good clip. There were power ballads. There was smoke. There was cumbia and reggaeton.Read more