Sharon Mizota | KCET
Sharon Mizota is an art critic and archivist whose writing appears regularly in the Los Angeles Times. In 2011-12 she reviewed all 69 official “Pacific Standard Time” exhibitions in the series “PST: A to Z.” She has also written for Artforum, X-TRA Contemporary Art Quarterly, ARTNews and other publications. She is a recipient of a Creative Capital/Warhol Foundation Arts Writers' Grant and a coauthor of the award-winning book, "Fresh Talk/Daring Gazes: Conversations on Asian American Art." Photo credit: Oliver Wang.
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“Southland Sessions” reaches out to a few artists to ask what they’re doing to stay creative under quarantine in a world in rapid flux.
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In recent weeks, artists have found their practices upturned, expanded or reenergized because of COVID-19 and calls to address racial injustice.
Post date: 2020-06-30T07:03:13-07:00
In response to the closure of their physical spaces, L.A. art galleries have embraced online exhibitions to an unprecedented degree. This transition has changed the way they present artworks and unexpectedly, how they relate to one another.
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The Huntington Library's extra-illustrated books are treasure troves of art, their pages filled with original watercolors, prints, and illustrations from as early as the 18th century.
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Sam Durant elevates the conversation about a museum's role in society to today's digital age, asking social media users to post their opinions online.
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L.A. artist Susan Silton's "Who's in a Name?" looks at rituals of history, celebrity, and death by investigating how we acknowledge and commemorate one another.