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While many artists pursue other career paths before settling on art, Young-hwan Choi’s disparate journey actually informed his current practice rather than standing apart from it. In the moments when he wasn’t holding a camera, Choi found the very material that inspired him to take more

At just 32, designer Ini Archibong is already taking the international high-end design world by storm, creating bespoke objects of interpretive materialism and poetic narrative. The Pasadena native, and Art Center College of Design alum, has lived, worked and studied in cosmopolitan centers from New

The third iteration of the Hammer’s Made in LA biennial survey takes a revelatory look at what it means to be a working artist in this city at this time, while also considering what may have led up to this moment of revelation. Made in

Pasadena Museum of California Art April 17-September 11, 2016 Claire Falkenstein, it’s fair to say, was one of 20th century America’s most inventive sculptors—except when she was painting. Best known for dense but aerated volumes formed by elaborate tangles of material (usually metal of some kind), Falkenstein

Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) (April 24-September 11) Agnes Martin was an artist’s artist. Her approach to art was so singular, so personal and so hermetic that only other artists could (and may still) comprehend, or even appreciate, it. Born in Saskatchewan, Canada, Martin was