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NPR looks at Ramiro Gomez's paintings of immigrant workers in LA (a new show of which opens this Sat at Charlie James Gallery).

A praiseworthy profile of a praiseworthy author: New Yorker on local writer and critic Maggie Nelson.

Ed Moses, Ed Bereal, Larry Bell: Three LA art legends, one dinner conversation.

Meet the artists behind this summer's LA River Biennale.

Arts supporters took to LA City Hall last week for Arts for LA day.

NY Mag talks LA residential architecture via One Santa Fe in the Arts District.

1,000 largely unseen radical zines added to a university's library.

Union Station plans to go from mere transit hub to major tourist destination.

Beloved Downtown artist Gronk scores a solo museum show.

Get ready for the selfies: a new sculptural gift from Mexico City to LA.

A brief history of spiritual and occult art in Los Angeles.

Ramiro Gomez's works include imagining the individuals who make luxury brands possible. (photo via NPR)

Ramiro Gomez's works include imagining the individuals who make luxury brands possible. (photo via NPR)