The Los Angeles art fair raises questions about the effect gentrification is having on artists and collectors.
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 artist’s works document a monumental step toward democracy in his home country and offer stunning examples of the art of the protest poster.
The show features over 100 artists, including stars like Basquiat, Banksy and Haring, as well as taggers from the format’s earliest days in the 1960s.
The Czech-born filmmaker's "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" (1975) and "Amadeus" (1984) earned him a deluge of Academy Awards.