Suddenly Angelenos are being asked to buy the Brooklyn Bridge. The monumental bill of goods now up for sale is the take-it-or-leave-it design for the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, priced somewhere between $650M and $1 billion.
High and Dry is inspired by free-play sites such as the junkyard playgrounds of the sixties and seventies and Barrie's recent investigation into the genesis of vertical skate culture and the locations it occupied.
From September through December wild Up presents four distinct projects inspired by the Hammer's unique public spaces. Artists create site-specific projects that investigate the social and sonic nature of public space.
The weather is finally cooling, but we are still able to revel in the outdoors here in Southern California. From LACMA's Ken Price exhibition to a scavenger hunt downtown, here are six picks for this week.
Buck Stahl had no idea he was about to create an iconic symbol for the California dream when he asked architect Pierre Koenig in 1957 to build his home on a sparsely developed precipice in the Hollywood Hills.