The micro-public art project, utilizing LADOT traffic signal cabinets, first began along the First Street Corridor in Boyle Heights.
We touched based with the French artist to discuss his works and why he has L.A. on his mind.
A new exhibition in Pasadena surveys the career of Alfredo Ramos Martínez, who has been cited as the father of Mexican modernism.
As Executive Director of the Mural Conservancy of Los Angeles, Rojas-Williams guided artists, each with conflicting definitions of murals, through the muck of a developing ordinanc
A large apartment development takes up much of what was once the Toluca Yard -- initially the domain of trolleys and tracks, later of taggers and pelota tarasca players.
"Vital Signs" is the intimate response from an Inland poet and photographer, to the hand-painted typography and murals of their region, and the appreciation of images on the small