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Korean American museum design calls for a lush rooftop garden and a sense of mystery

Thom Mayne's Morphosis plans an L.A. center with a windowless facade that spurs curiosity and sculptural forms that echo the mountains of Korea. Source: Korean...

A Petition Calling on MoMA PS1 to Change Its ‘Discriminatory Policies’ Against Mothers Gains 18,000 Signatures

New York’s MoMA PS1 has come under fire in recent weeks since curator Nikki Columbus claimed that the museum withdrew a job offer after finding out...

Cheech Marin Reflects on His New Art Museum–and Some Big Cultural Shifts

Cheech Marin will be 72 in July, but he doesn’t seem interested in easing into a quiet retirement any time soon. He has two...

How 5 Artists in the Hammer Museum’s Made in LA Biennial Are Using Their Work to Imagine Alternative Futures

“There are two types of art,” says Los Angeles-based artist Megan Whitmarsh, referencing critic Manny Farber’s 1962 essay, “White Elephant Art vs. Termite Art.”...

Ann Philbin And The Art Of The Provocative Are Thriving At The Hammer Museum

In the 1980s, when the art world was struggling to distill the pain and loss of the AIDS epidemic, Ann Philbin, a young curator...

Art History, or the Illuminati? What Jay-Z and Beyoncé Are Really Up to With Their Viral New Louvre Video

The world is going apeshit over “Apes**t.” Unleashed on Saturday to go with the first track from Everything Is Love, the new joint effort...

In The Hammer Museum’s ‘Made in L.A.’ Biennial, Dance Moves Back Into The Picture

The Hammer Museum’s “Made in L.A.” biennial opens Sunday, and among the 32 artists in the show are two experimental dancer-choreographers known for their...

Amid Debate Over MOCA’s Future, Director Philippe Vergne Will Depart From the Museum

Philippe Vergne, the director of the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, is on his way out. The museum announced today that Vergne and...

There Is a Dystopian Cultural Vision Hidden in Michael Bloomberg’s Multimillion-Dollar Art Shed

The Shed is nothing if not designed to catch attention. And for what it is costing, let’s face it, it better catch attention: the state-of-the-art kunsthalle-cum-bandstand is being...

Rising From The Ruins: Michael Rakowitz on Rebuilding an Ancient Palace Razed By Isis

Following the US invasion of Iraq in 2003, 8,000 artifacts went missing from the National Museum in Baghdad – an event widely regarded, recalls...