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Con/Safos: Rafa Esparza's Outdoor Art Space

Con/Safos, an adobe structure built by artist Rafa Esparza and his family along the L.A. River, is a place to contemplate the intersections of art and life in Los Angeles.

Junk Dada: The Stories Behind Noah Purifoy's Joshua Tree Sculptures

The Noah Purifoy Outdoor Desert Art Museum of Assemblage Sculpture, open to the public, illustrates the artist's vision during the last 15 years of his life.


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After the Blaze, Ire Over the Da Vinci Apartments Still Smolders
After the Blaze, Ire Over the Da Vinci Apartments Still Smolders
The destruction of the Da Vinci Apartments in downtown L.A. struck a chord with a public that has an increasingly vested interest in the architectural future of the city.

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Good Design Is for Everyone: The Evolution of Low-Income Housing in L.A.
Good Design Is for Everyone: The Evolution of Low-Income Housing in L.A.
What would it mean for L.A. to become known for a successful and sustainable network of beautiful housing projects for its most vulnerable citizens?

Vote Head-to-Head: The Nomadic Work of Paul Rodriguez vs. Gary Baseman's Art World
Vote Head-to-Head: The Nomadic Work of Paul Rodriguez vs. Gary Baseman's Art World
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Vote Head-to-Head: Boyle Heights' Radio Sombra vs. The Tar Paintings of James Griffith
Vote Head-to-Head: Boyle Heights' Radio Sombra vs. The Tar Paintings of James Griffith
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Vote Head-to-Head: Heidi Duckler's Mobile Dancing vs. David Adey's Ambitous Experiments
Vote Head-to-Head: Heidi Duckler's Mobile Dancing vs. David Adey's Ambitous Experiments
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Vote Head-to-Head: The Visual Wizardry of Strangeloop vs. Artist Organized Spaces In L.A.
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Architecture/ Design

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Community Arts

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Funding bubbles, cultural deserts and the politics of access to the arts in the 21st century.

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Breaking away from the European and New York vanguard, California reinvents the art world.


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