Rachel Matos

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LéaLA – a Book Festival for Spanish Readers

LéaLA is a cultural festival designed to encourage reading, promote Spanish literature and foster recognition of the Latino population and their customs. This extraordinary Book Fair is an opportunity for Latinos from all walks of […]

CBS Los Angeles–05/07/2012



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 […]

CBS Los Angeles–05/02/2012

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No Ordinary Kids: Children of the Plumed Serpent

Here in Los Angeles the influence of Mexican culture is part of our everyday experience. The new exhibit at LACMA gives us a chance to see the origins of a culture that is part of […]

CBS Los Angeles–04/19/2012

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The Goddess of Love Is Here – at the Getty Villa

With stunning ancient artwork, Aphrodite and the Gods of Love explores the goddess’ role as the protectress and her origins and relationships with men and gods, exposing a more manipulative and destructive side. Modeled after […]

CBS Los Angeles–04/10/2012

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Visit Wonderland at LACMA’s New Exhibit

A Preview of In Wonderland: Surrealist Adventures of Women Artists in Mexico and the United States. When you think of Surrealism, which names come to mind? Salvador Dali? Rene Magritte? The Los Angeles County Museum […]

CBS Los Angeles–02/21/2012


Ring in the Lunar New Year at Pacific Asia Museum

On Saturday, January 14th, Pacific Asia Museum is hosting their second annual Lunar New Year Festival – the most celebrated holiday across Asia and the Pacific Islands. Pacific Asia Museum is among the few institutions […]

CBS Los Angeles–01/10/2012