The LGBT film festival returns to Los Angeles on July 7.
"Current: LA Water" will feature outdoor, site-specific temporary installations by international and LA-based artists to be presented during summer 2016 in response to water.
The man had possible explosives as well as assault rifles and ammunition, reports the L.A. Times.
“Made in L.A. 2016: a, the, though, only” is the third iteration of the Hammer’s biennial exhibit.
A car lot gets a chic makeover in Los Angeles
In its 13th year, the LGBT People of Color Film Festival shows no signs of slowing
His flamboyant life and forbidden art inspired a generation.