If the book, documentary or T-shirt isn’t enough, a new exhibit dedicated to the ever-popular Supreme Court justice gives admirers another outlet to express their enthusiasm.
Filmmaker Nathaniel Kahn and a "Guerrilla Girl" contemplate cultural representation amid scorched-earth capitalism, as artists like Jeff Koons (pictured) make bank in a speculative art market.
The trailblazing artist tells how she fused feminist sensibilities with production methods in works that were initially written off by male critics and peers—and are now being celebrated in retrospectives and salutes.
A new exhibition of political posters in Los Angeles puts a powerful spotlight on police abuses.
Was it because of the economy? No doubt. How about reality TV? That, too. Here's another explanation of how Trump came to enter the White House—and Damien Hirst, you're on notice.
Noni Olabisi’s painting "To Protect and Serve"—perhaps the most controversial mural in Los Angeles in the past 80 years—features a positive depiction of the Black Panther Party and its contributions to the African-American community. Such information about the party's constructive role is nowhere to be found in school textbooks.