The Times' art critic talks with museum Director Michael Govan about his ambitious and risky strategy that could dramatically alter how museums display their art.
Cate Blanchett is a subject in Julian Rosefeldt's film, "Manifesto."
Barely a single living soul is glimpsed in 48 black-and-white urban photographs from the late 1970s and early 1980s by Berlin-based Ulrich Wüst. When people are there, they’re typically obscured behind the windshield of a car on an otherwise empty city street, hidden within a dark sidewalk shadow...
L.A.'s newest showcase for contemporary art opens with Jim Shaw’s epic, outlandish installation, “The Wig Museum.” That show is a winner, the Marciano collection more iffy.
No man (or woman) is an island in Zadok Ben-David's sculpture — more than 3,000 miniature figures cut from thin metal sheets.
Artist Pippa Garner is a sublime satirist, wreaking havoc on folksy American ideals like ingenuity and open-mindedness.
Bruce Yonemoto's video installation links 1960s Happenings with today's "fake news."
Jessie Homer French's naive style results in sophisticated paintings at Various Small Fires.