The L.A. art world's top 10 for 2016: Mapplethorpe, Minter, McLaughlin and more. Times art critic Christopher Knight picks the most engaging shows of the year -- three of which you can still see.
New York painter R.H. Quaytman rethinks site-specific landscape paintings in her new exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles.
Frank Gohlke’s gift for coaxing abundance out of little is clear in Gallery Luisotti’s lovely exhibition, ‘Texas Memories.’
Pablo Picasso and Diego Rivera looked to ancient art, European and Mexican, for their modern work.
Painter John M. Miller, 77, part of a noted Getty Museum show in which contemporary artists played off centuries-old works, has died.
The Mexican Revolution created the famous mural movement -- but also so much more. Join art critic Christopher Knight for an exhibition tour.
LACMA's newly opened “Renaissance and Reformation: German Art in the Age of Dürer and Cranach” is a deeply absorbing show about the rise of Martin Luther and his influence on art.
John McLaughlin was the first great artist to emerge in L.A. after WWII