Public Art, Private Stories: Michael Massenburg Collages Los Angeles
As an L.A. artist, Michael Massenburg tries to piece together stories about people and place in a region where the narrative is often interrupted -- sections rearranged, re-thought, sometimes entirely elided.
Geographies of Detention, Inside and from Afar
The CA Museum of Photography's latest exhibition, "Geographies of Detention: From Guantánamo to the Golden Gulag," merges art and activism, exposing the realities of U.S. prison systems through visual form.
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