‘The Fight Is Not Over’: Luis C. Garza and George Rodriguez on Photojournalism in 1960s L.A. and the Legacy of the Chicano Blowouts

New exhibitions examine protests whose influence continues into the present. Read More

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‘Julian Paints Before He Even Starts to Paint’: Max Hollein and Julian Schnabel Open Monumental Show in San Francisco

“I think he’s really prepared,” the artist said of the museum director, who has taped to be director of the Met in New York. Read More

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Consumer Reports: Milah Libin and Arvid Logan

Arvid Logan and Milah Libin are the founders of Dizzy, a print magazine focusing on the arts: painting, writing, film, music, style, and beyond, all with an intergenerational span. In addition to the magazine, Logan is a painter who also makes airbrushed … Read More

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Just a Schtickle of Fluoride: Artist-Musician Carlos Gonzalez Talks Upcoming Screening at Bridget Donahue

The concept for Forgotten Worlds came to him on a long tour performing music at underground venues across the U.S. Read More

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The Healing Arts: Hisham Akira Bharoocha on His Exhibition at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in Brooklyn

The artist’s work is on view through December 6. Read More

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