• Deception Perception

    In May December, Julianne Moore and Natalie Portman embody psychologically complex and manipulative characters entwined in a cerebral game of cat-and-mouse. To pull it off, they found in each other simple honesty and trust

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    Deception Perception
  • Setting the Scenes

    Here’s a look at some of the most memorable cinematic tableaus of 2023 as interpreted by artist Konstantin Kakanias

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    Setting the Scenes
  • Dressing The Part

    Six celebrated costume designers weave their unique brandof enchantment into some of the year’s most fashion-forward films

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  • Cinemascapes

    Artist Marco Walker has created a portfolio of images where his nostalgia for postmodern iconography and his memories of Hollywood are the stage for the winning accessories and best clothes of the season

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  • Hammer’s Hometown Heroes

    The Hammer Museum’s recent biennial Made in L.A. 2023: Acts of Living highlighted the work of 39 artists and groups based in the greater Los Angeles area whose practices are shaped by everyday life and community

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  • How Hollywood Tried To Smash The Patriarchy in 2023

    “By giving voice to the cognitive dissonance required to be a woman under the patriarchy, you’ve robbed it of its power.”

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    How Hollywood Tried To Smash The Patriarchy in 2023
  • Diary of a Strike

    The SAG-AFTRA and WGA labor disputes of 2023 put tens of thousands of people out of work for more than half the year, but the psychological impact was as great as the economic one.

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  • The Last Picture

    The Last Picture Frieze takes a drive through Los Angeles with artist Sharif Farrag

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    The Last Picture
  • All Dolled Up

    Artist Laurie Simmons’ body of work uses dolls to explore themes of feminism, sexuality, body imagery and gender identity

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    All Dolled Up
  • Life, Death, Memory, Fate, Loss

    Christian Boltanski explorations of emotion wrought by the Holocaust and the horrors of war profoundly resonate today more than ever

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    Life, Death, Memory, Fate, Loss
  • Space Maker

    Jeffrey Gibson

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  • The Agony and The Ecstasy of Mr. Chow

    Jeffrey Deitch traces the extraordinary narrative arc of actor, restaurateur and artist Michael Chow

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  • Who Gets to Tell Indigenous Stories

    Who Gets to Tell Indigenous Stories From the epic Killers of the Flower Moon to several smaller productions, a host of recent films and a groundbreaking art exhibition illustrate how the Native American narrative is controlled by who holds the camera, who holds the pen By Tazbah Rose Chavez When I began writing this piece,…

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  • Where Art & Film Collide

    For more than a decade, LACMA’s Art+Film galas have melded the worlds of fine art, film and high fashion in L.A.’s biggest annual cultural event. Creating that alchemy took the vision and determination of museum director Michael Govan

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  • Found in Translation

    Found in Translation Talent agent Thao Nguyen’s whole world is art, both at home with her personal collection and at CAA where she cultivates artists in pop culture by Eli Diner Photography by Fabian Martinez The first thing you notice when you arrive at CAA agent Thao Nguyen’s Brentwood  home are the polka dots. Peppering the…

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