Photographer Noémie Tshinanga is a visual thinker in its truest form. Inspired by music and aesthetic, she offers snapshots of the hidden moments that make

Through iterative and interdisciplinary practices, Taja Lindley creates socially engaged artwork that is able to reflect and transform its audience, shift culture and inspire people

Epaul Julien is a self-taught artist and native of New Orleans who captures life through various mediums, including mixed media, paint and photography. In the


Tyler Mitchell's first presentation with the Jack Shainman Gallery will be part of an online exhibition titled, On Black Joy, that debuted on September 28th.

The Goodman Gallery presents the group exhibition, Living Just Enough, featuring Sonia Boyce, Kudzani Chiurai Nolan Oswald Dennis, and more until November 19th. Living Just Enough

Monique Meloche Gallery presents Jake Troyli's first solo exhibition and first exhibition with the gallery titled, Don't Forget to Pack a Lunch! through October 31st.Troyli's

Ochi Gallery presents, Rakeem Cunningham's #00 Niggas in Avalon, the first of an ongoing series showcasing multimedia exhibitions. It will be on display in Ochi

Didier William's first solo exhibition in Los Angeles is titled, Pulse, and will be available for viewing at M+B until October 24th. Pulse is influenced by William's

Steve Turner will be presenting the two-person online exhibition, Seale(d), from twin duo Jarrett and Jon Key until October 24th. Jarrett's work will be featuring

Genevieve Gaignard's solo exhibition, A Long Way From Home, will be available for online viewing until December 7th through Vielmetter Los Angeles. A Long Way From

José Luis Vargas' latest solo exhibition, Este es mi mundo. ¡Entra! (This is My World, Come in!), is currently showing at Lowell Ryan Projects until