The painter talks about her formal experiments and the importance of being self-sufficient
Why the experimental exhibitions of Harald Szeemann still have something to teach today’s curators
Theaster Gates is best known for the regeneration project he initiated in the South Side of Chicago. Such social engagement is crucial to his work
The LA museum has acquired its first home – what does this unusual architectural acquisition mean for the city?
Robert Irwin tells Jonathan Griffin about the light and space installations that span his 60-year career
What’s next for the Los Angeles art world? A look ahead at some of the gallery openings and relocations coming up this autumn
From the early 1950s, Robert Duncan and Jess established a nexus of literary and artistic life at their home in San Francisco
Restoration work on the painting has revealed some interesting facts, and debunked some myths