This California-native helped bring “Black Is King” to life. He also runs a floral design studio, a coffee shop and has a new Quibi show.
In a shelved episode just released on Hulu, ‘black-ish’ offers a reminder that the politics of its greatest episodes are never less than relevant.
Janelle Monáe, Michael B. Jordan and Kendrick Sampson are sending love to actor LaKeith Stanfield after the ‘Get Out’ star posted troubling Instagram videos.
Three-time Emmy winner Regina King is up for a fourth for her lead turn in HBO’s “Watchmen.” And she directed her first film.
The 2017 episode criticizing President Trump and alluding to the protests of NFL players like Colin Kaepernick was shelved over “creative differences.”
Actor Antonio Banderas revealed on Monday, his 60th birthday, that he has tested positive for COVID-19 and is feeling “confident” that he’ll recover soon.
This year has been a lot. As the can-do optimism many of us felt earlier in the coronavirus shutdown wears thin, random crying jags are only natural.
Cast members who stay six feet apart. Plexiglass shields. A stage set up under a tent, with distanced chairs. Is this the future of theater?
Director Christopher McQuarrie talks about ‘Mission: Impossible’ 7 and the trials of making an action film during the pandemic.
Citing COVID-related losses, the Huntington Library, Art Museum and Botanical Gardens lays off the chief curator of one its most important collections.
Photographer Brian Bowen Smith’s planned photo book, “Drivebys,” will document portraits of American pandemic life — shot through his truck window during an epic cross-country road trip.
Using a large-format camera in the front seat of his car, photographer Ian Byers-Gamber is taking portraits of L.A. artists during the pandemic.
Week 13: ‘Mission: Impossible — Fallout’ director Christopher McQuarrie joins a live chat from London about the blockbuster franchise.
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The prolific artist designed work for George Harrison and Ravi Shankar and turned her L.A. home into a crossroads for world music stars.
The 2.2-mile “Say Their Names” memorial remembers 100 Black individuals killed by police. The Department of Water and Power says it must come down.
How the singer has made music videos in the time of COVID-19. Plus, listening to Pauline Oliveros and art after the atomic bomb — in our weekly arts newsletter.
Cofounded with Black Lives Matter’s Patrisse Cullors, COVID-shuttered gallery Crenshaw Dairy Mart pivots to digital with Instagram show on Black resistance.
Brandi Carlile joins the L.A. Phil, Lin-Manuel Miranda sits in with Alan Menken, and an L.A.-area theater reads “A Poison Squad of Whispering Women.”
With wife Carol, Warner Henry gave millions of dollars to support classical music organizations large and small.
Toshiko and Iri Maruki’s shocking paintings of atomic bomb survivors transform those who see them. Now the Hiroshima Panels themselves need rescuing.
British singer-songwriter Jessie Ware’s intimate, dance-centered videos for the album “What’s Your Pleasure?” get creative in the era of COVID-19.
The Times’ art critic takes a verbal ax to Placerville’s lynching logo, plus more from the world of arts.