Results tagged “Bethania Palma Markus”

Photos: Trippy, Cool Container Yard Is The Artsy City Of The Future

"It's like a miniature Sim City," the Container Yard founder and operator Ash Chan said. "Once you open a door here, it changes everything."

Photos: Skid Row Grieves LAPD Killing Of Homeless Man With Art

The bleak-looking community is out of sight, out of mind for many Angelenos.

'Go-Go Boy Interrupted' Offers A Hilarious Glimpse Into L.A.'s Underground Gay Club Scene

Drunken black-outs, waking up in a stranger’s bed after a night of go-go dancing, dreaded drag queen bosses and back-stabbing colleagues are all just part of the underground gay club scene depicted in a web series/pilot created by LA-based actor and comedian Jimmy Fowlie.

This Photographer's Provocative Work Evokes The Arab Spring And Occupy Movement

The photography and multimedia work of LA artist Roya Falahi is stark, evocative and raw. She uses a pretty limited palate: black, white and blood red.

Photos: One Of Los Angeles' Raddest (And Most Radical) Art Galleries Is In Exposition Park

Heart of Art's walls are open exclusively to women and LGBTQ people, but everyone's welcome in the space so long as they are respectful.

The Alien Antarctic Landscape Glows In These Trippy Paintings

Fine art and hard science collided in an unlikely way in the far reaches of the world in Antarctica. The result is artist Lily Simonson's exhibit "On Ice," now on display at CB1 Gallery on 5th near Spring Street downtown.