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Carolina A. Miranda

Carolina A. Miranda is a Los Angeles Times staff writer covering a wide gamut of culture, including visual art, architecture and film, not to mention performance art cabaret divas. Her work often looks at how art intersects with politics, gender and race — from the ways in which artists are tackling the U.S.-Mexico border to the ways in which art intersects with development and gentrification. She is a regular contributor to KCRW's “Press Play” and was a winner of the 2017 Rabkin Prize in Visual Arts Journalism.
EJ Hill stood on a podium at the Hammer for 78 days in a work about race, art and winning

Performance artist EJ Hill's summerlong performance at the Hammer Museum touched on issues of race, sport, education and the competitiveness of the art world. Carolina Miranda talked with Hill about his endurance art.

From 125th Street in Harlem, Thelma Golden has changed the face of art all over the U.S.

The director of the Studio Museum in Harlem has nurtured the careers of countless members of the L.A. art world. This week, she will be awarded the J. Paul Getty Medal.

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