Llyn Foulkes bleak paintings display "Old Man's Blues."
The largest retrospective since the 1960s of the Hungarian American avant-gardist Laszlo Moholy-Nagy goes on view at LACMA.
Diego Rivera's "Zapatista Landscape" applies Picasso’s Cubism — a revolution in seeing — to a revolutionary subject, the leader of a Mexican peasant revolt.
Jimmie Durham's sculpture retrospective at the Hammer Museum turns on questions of identity.
Emily Davis Adams' small paintings aren't as abstract as they might seem.
Douglas Tausik Ryder's monumental wood sculptures are on view at Jason Vass Gallery in L.A. through Feb. 26.
Peter Saul paintings and drawings from 1957 to 1967 on view at George Adams Gallery's CB1-G.
George Lucas is building a museum for a nonexistent art form: 'Narrative art' isn't a real thing.