The weapon: 16 sticks of dynamite and a windup alarm clock. The target: The old Los Angeles Times building, an 1886 brick-and-granite edifice known as “the fortress,” on Broadway and First Street, across the street from where The Times is located today. The bomber: J.B. McNamara, who was linked...
Art openings around Los Angeles, including Carolyn Castaño at Laband, Chicano murals at La Plaza, Ism Ism Ism at REDCAT.
From paintings to sculpture, where to see art that connects to the issue of DACA around Los Angeles.
A pair of artworks — both conceived before Trump's DACA decision — take on new significance after the president's decision.
A sculpture by Camilo Ontiveros on view at LACMA is crafted from the belongings of a DACA deportee. How that piece came to be
Art openings around Los Angeles, including design at LACMA, pre-Columbian luxury at the Getty and radical women at the Hammer.
A searing cello solo. Latin American art takes over Los Angeles. And the passing of a great man of the stage. I’m Carolina A. Miranda, staff writer for the Los Angeles Times, with the week’s essential arts news: Yo-Yo Ma commands the Bowl It was, reports Times classical music critic Mark Swed,...
An egg-shaped museum from Guatemala called NuMu landed in Los Angeles on Sunday night. The Times took it out for a spin.