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L.A. Artwork

L.A. Artwork

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Our weekly list of art to see in L.A.

A Brother's Death Inspired Artist Juan Muniz's Most Famous Character: Felipe the Bunny

Five Artsy Things to Do in L.A. This Week, Including a Fake UFO and a Lot of Lamps

'A New Sculpturalism,' Is That You?

Downtown Exhibit Looks at Money in the Art World, From Kickstarter to Michael Ovitz

MOCA's Controversial L.A. Architecture Exhibit Is Sprawling, Confusing and Beautiful

Machine Project's Oddball Take on L.A. Architecture, From a Helicopter Experiment to the Spirit of Whitney Houston

Looking for something artsy to do this week? Check out our choices (detailed here: for this week -- including Alexis Smith's exhibition at the Honor Fraser gallery.

Artist Ben Eine admittedly hates solo art shows -- so check out his show (detailed here: at Circa Gallery while you can!

Joyce Pensato's Batman (2012) is one of the five artsy things you can do in L.A. this week:

A cool Instagram shot taken at the Getty

This artist is obsessed with dogs that hang around art

Want to start a new art collection? Corey Helford Gallery wants to help you.

Up now at MOCA

Pacific Standard Time, architecture edition, starts today with SciArc and includes shows at the Getty, LACMA and more.

April is right around the corner and so is the Month of Photography Los Angeles, also known as MOPLA.

The Nerdiest Holiday Display in Los Angeles

LACMA rock begins its journey to L.A.

First in a series of artworks based on gerrymandered LA city council districts

A web series about two guys who start a hilarious (and doomed) art gallery

Dish inspired by famous Ed Ruscha painting LACMA on Fire, as part of John Sedlar's PST menu

Shag's art combining furries, anime, Mad Men and '70s Halloween costumes

Preservationists are trying to save Paul Conrad's mushroom cloud sculpture in Santa Monica

A sculpture that predicts the future of L.A.

Chris Coy's art made from images he finds online, part of our piece on 5 L.A. internet artists you need to know