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Artist's simulated banana grove is a stinking indictment of American corporate greed

Walk into “Video Art in Latin America” at LAXART and you’ll wonder: Why does it smell like rotten bananas in here? The gallery’s contribution to the constellation of exhibitions known as Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA is a sprawling survey of video from the 1970s to the present. Deftly curated by...

Watch: These Tapestries Turn Food Farming Into a Work of Art

Lina Puerta uses mixed-media to tell their story Migrant farm workers have been a part of the agricultural industry in the United States for many years, with many coming from Latin American countries for seasonal work like fruit-picking. Show More Summary

Indie Focus: Life, death and art in between with 'Lucky,' 'Thirst Street' and 'Spettacolo'

Hello, I’m Mark Olsen. Welcome to another edition of your regular field guide to a world of Only Good Movies. Last week, we mentioned the UCLA series “Recuerdos de un cine en español: Latin American Cinema in Los Angeles, 1930-1960,” with screenings at both the Billy Wilder Theater and the Downtown...

How to See All of PST: LA/LA in 14 Days (Part II)

There's an infinite number of worthwhile art shows to see in L.A. and its environs between now and early next year — and 70 of those are part of Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA, the Getty's massive Latinx and Latin American art initiative that's taken over institutions throughout Southern California, from...

'Kinesthesia' exhibit in Palm Springs spotlights kinetic art in breathtaking new dimensions

2 weeks agoArts : Culture Monster

The Palm Springs Art Museum's "Kinesthesia: Latin American Kinetic Art, 1954-1969" delivers a smart examination of a genre often written off as gimmick.

Essential Arts & Culture: Yo-Yo Ma seduces; PST: LA/LA officially lifts off; mourning a theater innovator

last monthArts : Culture Monster

A searing cello solo. Latin American art takes over Los Angeles. And the passing of a great man of the stage. I’m Carolina A. Miranda, staff writer for the Los Angeles Times, with the week’s essential arts news: Yo-Yo Ma commands the Bowl It was, reports Times classical music critic Mark Swed,...

How to See All of PST: LA/LA in 14 Days (Part I)

L.A.'s art lovers are probably feeling equal parts excited and overwhelmed by Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA, the massive Getty initiative that places Latin American and Latinx art in dialogue with L.A. at 70 institutions throughout Southern California. From an exhibit of photos by "radical" Latin American women to a celebration...

In a heated political moment, the ambitious Latino art series Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA opens

After years of planning, Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA, the Getty Foundation’s ambitious multi-venue initiative focused on Latin American and Latino art, officially launches this week across Southern California. At the Getty Center on Tuesday, dozens of artists and curators from all over the Americas...

Curator And Educator Chon Noriega Discusses Protest And Activism In Latin American And Latino Art

Art has been an integral part of social upheaval and disruption throughout the 20th and 21st centuries, both as a visual embodiment of revolutionary movements, and as an expression of protest against corrupt regimes or human rights abuses. Show More Summary

Pacific Standard Time Returns with Sprawling Latin American and Latino Art Program

last monthArts : Hyperallergic

The Getty's long-awaited initiative on Latin American and Latino Art, Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA, officially kicks off this week. The post Pacific Standard Time Returns with Sprawling Latin American and Latino Art Program appeared first on Hyperallergic.

What Is Latin American Art? Finding Answers at Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA

Over the course of several months, and in institutions from Santa Barbara to San Diego, PST: LA/LA, features art and artists from across Latin America that illuminate the region's historical legacies, from pre-Columbian to contemporary, across all mediums and disciplines. What is Latin American art? Better yet, what constitutes Latin America?

Arts Preview: In visual arts, Orange County steps out into the world

Increasingly, O.C.’s art scene is getting noticed outside our borders, and our county is becoming more integrated into the larger visual-arts landscape. That trend is exemplified by the ambitious Getty-led survey of Latin American and...Show More Summary

America's Latin American Art Connection - It's Incestuous, Really

“Disney borrows from Latin America, they turn it into something Hollywood, they send it back to Latin America, and the Latin Americans do something else with it and send it back.”

Two explorations of the power and prominence of Latino art: 'Anna Maria Maiolino' and 'Carlos Almaraz'

Pacific Standard Time: L.A./L.A.'s unprecedented look at Latin American and Latino art rolls out with two retrospectives of Brazilian and Chicano artists.

From Donald Duck to Donald Trump, an unprecedented look at Latin American art holds up a mirror to the U.S.

PST: LA/LA's Latino and Latin American themed exhibitions are landing in SoCal at a poignant political moment. They promise to hold up an interesting mirror to U.S. society.

Essential Arts & Culture: The ICA L.A. debuts, Latin America's 'Radical Women,' culture and Hurricane Harvey

The ICA L.A. prepares to open its doors. How a group of Latin American women artists are rewriting art history. And how Texas cultural institutions have been affected by Hurricane Harvey. I’m Carolina A. Miranda, staff writer for the Los Angeles Times, with the week’s essential culture news: ICA...

Firecrackers, a striptease scandal and more moments of change from the Hammer's 'Radical Women'

2 months agoArts : Culture Monster

How did Mexico's women artists bust through the male-dominated art establishment? Artists in the Hammer Museum's PST: LA/LA exhibition "Radical Women: Latin American Art, 1960-85" talk about it.

How Mexico's súper rudas 'Radical Women' are rewriting the history of Latin American art

2 months agoArts : Culture Monster

The artists of the Hammer Museum's PST LA/LA show "Radical Women" come together for a conversation about art, feminism and current politics, which echo the turbulent '70s era from which they emerged.

How Mexico's súper rudas 'Radical Women' are rewriting the history of Latin American art

The artists of the Hammer Museum's PST LA/LA show "Radical Women" come together for a conversation about art, feminism and current politics, which echo the turbulent '70s era from which they emerged.

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