Artists, curators, and others discuss the future of Latin American and Latinx art after the Getty's sprawling Pacific Standard Time initiative has come to an end. The post The Future of Latin American and Latinx Art in LA appeared first on Hyperallergic.
Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA will officially close on January 28, 2018, after the presentation throughout Southern California of hundreds of concurrent exhibitions, programs, and events about Latin American and Latino art. With the support...Show More Summary
“Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA” is hitting the road. The wave of exhibitions, performances, lectures and other events about Latin American and Latino art that swept across Southern California during the last four months will close on Sunday, but 18 of the shows will travel to other cities, from...
A rollicking performance by the Mexican performance artist helped kick off the first day of Pacific Standard Time Festival: Live Art LA/LA.
THEATER Capsule reviews are by Philip Brandes (P.B.), F. Kathleen Foley (F.K.F.), Margaret Gray (M.G.), Charles McNulty (C.M.) and Daryl H. Miller (D.H.M.). Compiled by Matt Cooper. Openings Barefoot in the Park Neil Simon’s classic comedy about two newlyweds. Glendale Centre Theatre, 324 N. Orange...
With Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA winding down, our critic asks, what's next? Here's his recommendation on what should follow this year's exploration of Latin America art.
Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA was the movement that couldn't be missed. Nearly every major art institution in Los Angeles — and quite a few in Orange County, Santa Barbara, San Diego and other SoCal spots — had some sort of PST: LA/LA thing going on. Show More Summary
If you think of the artists of South America and the Caribbean, the Chinese and the Japanese aren't exactly the first to pop into mind. Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA exhibitions at three museums explore their sense of mixed identitie...
USC Pacific Asia Museum announces its grand reopening with the special exhibition Winds from Fusang: Mexico and China in the Twentieth Century as part of the Getty's Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA. In addition to the special exhibition,...Show More Summary
The Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA centerpiece exhibition at the Getty looks at the concept of luxury in ancient cultures across North and South America, with an emphasis on communities that prized feathers, shells or other everyday objects as much or more than precious metals.
A three-day festival of Cuban music created for this year's Pacific Standard Time arts gathering nearly fell apart after the Trump Administration withdrew more than 20 employees from the U.S. Embassy in Havana.
If 2017 has been the year for Latin American and U.S. Latino visual art in Los Angeles — courtesy of the exhibition series Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA — then 2018 should be the year of performance. In January, more than 200 Latino and Latin American artists will stage more than 75 performance...
Christopher Grimes Gallery announces two solo exhibitions in conjunction with Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA?s participating gallery program. In the main gallery, Miguel Rio Branco is presenting a selection of photographs from the Out of Nowhere series. Show More Summary
Contributed by Katarina Wong / The Getty recently launched Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA, a highly ambitious and rewarding initiative that explores Latin American and Latino art “in dialogue” with the city itself. More than 70 art institutions are participating, each offering their own take on the topic. Show More Summary
The exhibition, part of Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA, turns the entire museum interior into a giant cabinet of curiosities - very cold curiosities.
The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, is hosting Axis Mundo: Queer Networks in Chicano L.A., organized by ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives at the USC Libraries as part of Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA. The exhibition is being shown in two West Hollywood spaces, MOCA Pacific Design Center and the ONE Gallery. Show More Summary
As part of "Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA," video artist Clarissa Tossin delivers "Ch'u Mayaa (Maya Blue)," featuring dancer Crystal Sepúlveda on the grounds of Wright's landmark Hollyhock House.
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...
Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA at the Academy As a teenager, America Ferrera made an impressive big-screen debut in Real Women Have Curves, a 2002 coming-of-age comedy-drama set on the eastside of L.A. Ferrera’s Ana faces the usual challenges of being a teen — grappling with body-image issues and...
The Vincent Price Art Museum's retrospective, "Laura Aguilar: Show and Tell," part of Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA, focuses on a photographer most interested in people who were rarely represented in traditional portraiture.