The late artist's found object sculptures were beautiful and fascinating wherever he went, and reflected a deep belief that art could break social barriers and lead to meaningful change.
Los Angeles–based artist Mary Beth Heffernan was struck by the frightening protective suits worn by medical staff in West Africa. She figured the suits heightened the patients' fear and distress, so she came up with a solution.
An interview with star Jason Segel and director James Ponsoldt, followed by a discussion of the movie on the LARB Radio Hour.
The author of 'Lock In' talks about writing gender, sex and race ambiguity, adapting writing for film and television, and political intrigue in the sci-fi community.
Mark Haskell Smith interviews Saad Z. Hossein
A sneak peek into the author's bookbag
Co-founder of 'The Toast' and author of 'Texts from Jane Eyre'
OG Dad: Weird Shit Happens When You Don't Die Young
Her Connecticut-based novel is called 'The Invaders'
Josh Kun Explores LA’s Culinary History in Menus
Children viewed as creatures of limitless theatrical potential
Photographing hidden wealth in the world's biggest tax havens
Photomontages highlight the difference between PRK propaganda and reality on the ground
Two of South Korea’s best-known novelists
Filipino American Mobile DJ Crews in the San Francisco Bay Area.
All Night Menu is a series on "the lost heroes and miniature histories of Los Angeles."
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