The Wilde Woman and the Sunflower Apostle: Oscar Wilde in the United States
Victoria Dailey looks back at Oscar Wilde’s wild ride through the United States in the early 1880s.
Pavement Nymphs and Roadside Flowers: Prostitutes in Paris After the Revolution
C’est peut-être un goût pervers, mais j’aime la prostitution et pour elle-même,&
A Pear, a Bear, and Some Hair: Caricature and Freedom of the Press
Victoria Dailey considers the art of caricature and freedom of the press under Louis Philippe and Donald Trump.
Marie Antoinette’s Desk: The Hammer Biennial: “Made in L.A. 2016: a, the, though, only”
Victoria Dailey on The Hammer Biennial: "Made in L.A."
Descartes, Dick, and the Dog: Pierre Huyghe at LACMA
Farrago of banality.
Piety and Perversity: The Palms of Los Angeles
A comprehensive look at the history — and the myth — of Los Angeles’s most potent symbol.
Two Devils in the City of Angels
The following article is from the new LARB Quarterly Journal: Winter 2014 issue. The Journal is now available in bookstores and
Levitated Mass Hysteria: Michael Heizer's LACMA Installation
Every age has its peculiar folly — some scheme, project, or phantasy into which it plunges, spurred on either by the love
Where Everything's Thermal: A Conversation with Leonard Koren
LEONARD KOREN WAS THE FOUNDER and creative director of WET Magazine, which was published in Venice, California from 1976 to 1981.