“The Inner Eye: Vision and Transcendence in African Arts” is curiosity-inducing exhibition with exceptional works. See it before it closes July 9.
The Japanese artist Tatsuo Kawaguchi, 77, is having his L.A. debut, a modest but absorbing exhibition at Kayne Griffin Concoran Gallery.
Paintings of toilets, their seats lined with toilet paper, are part of a curious show at Michael Benevento Gallery in Los Angeles.
The 24-foot-long screaming yellow Robert Grosvenor sculpture -- like a shaft of sunlight made solid -- leads a fine show about the L.A. gallery that became a bicoastal piece of art history.
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.