Out of the ashes of April 29, 1992, a new attitude to Los Angeles was born.
This week: see dance that explores sculpture, architecture and spatial design; enjoy the work of modernist illustrators; hear about cutting-edge apartment architecture from around the world; support creative women through music and art; and ring in spring at a Nowruz (Iranian New Year) celebration.
Artists and designers are resisting the Trump administration with statements from pussyhats and posters to Museum-led activism. But will this rattle a president who does not speak the same visual language — even as he takes a cue from artists in “creating an alternative reality?”
This week: take a walking tour of Compton architecture; peruse art books and party with their authors; explore the creative minds of Mid-Century architects; attend a discussion and book signing with architect Patrick Tighe; and hear this year’s Oscar-nominated production designers talk about their art.
Anyone interested in architecture who goes to Tel Aviv always makes a pilgrimage to the famed modernist apartment buildings nicknamed the “White City.” Two Los Angeles-based photographers, Susan Horowitz and Carol Bishop have examined that legacy in an exhibition of photographs called “Tel Aviv: The White City + Beyond.”