Jeffrey Deitch, the sometimes controversial director of Los Angeles’ Museum of Contemporary Art, announced Wednesday he is resigning.
The Los Angeles art world is buzzing with reports that the Museum of Contemporary Art’s director is resigning to return to his old job, running one of New York’s premier art galleries.
As America enjoys another presidential inauguration, in the Southland there remains no shortage of opportunities to gain a deeper patriotic understanding. Two presidential libraries, an art exhibit, public debates and even a comedy show give occasion for celebration in Los Angeles as this president renews his vows to the United States.
Before it’s time for the kids to buckle down for the new school year, make happy memories with fun times in the City of Angels that have nothing to do with reading, writing and arithmetic.
The Museum of Contemporary Art has fired chief curator Paul Schimmel, a respected art world figure who was at odds with board members and director Jeffrey Deitch over the direction of the museum.
The latest pop-up exhibition at MOCA, curated by Beastie Boy Mike D, is a clanging mix of art, technology, and mad beats. I attended The Avant/Garde Diaries festival TRANSMISSION LA: AV CLUB’s opening weekend and […]
Not only did we find something for you to do on that day that you normally reserved for watching football until your legs fell asleep on the couch, we also found a few fun options for you to enjoy during the week; things that are specifically designed to pull you out of that football-related funk of yours. It’s because we care.
Los Angeles residents and visitors will have the opportunity this weekend to visit 18 local museums free of charge.
Fans and collectors eager to see the exhibition of The Collection of Elizabeth Taylor visiting Los Angles this weekend will have another shot at scoring tickets to this highly-anticipated event.
Open to the community since April, the Levi’s Film Workshop at MOCA is a free workshop that allows people to come in and use its resources and equipment to make their own films. There’s a […]
It’s art from the streets that’s been moved into the museum, and critics are going gaga over it.
Police say there’s been an increase of graffiti and vandalism around a Los Angeles museum that has opened an exhibit on the work of taggers and street artists.