Carolina A. Miranda Staff Writer
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Carolina A. Miranda is a Los Angeles Times staff writer covering a wide gamut of culture, including visual art, architecture and film, not to mention performance art cabaret divas. Her work often looks at how art intersects with politics, gender and race — from the ways in which artists are tackling the U.S.-Mexico border to the ways in which art intersects with development and gentrification. She is a regular contributor to KCRW’s “Press Play” and was a winner of the 2017 Rabkin Prize in Visual Arts Journalism.

1578 Articles
5 days ago
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Q.E.P.D 'Los Espookys', hijo ilegítimo de Pedro Almodóvar y 'Scooby-Doo'

HBO canceló 'Los Espookys' tras dos temporadas. La síntesis únicamente latina de comedia inexpresiva, tropos de telen...

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7 days ago
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RIP 'Los Espookys,' illicit lovechild of Pedro Almodóvar and 'Scooby-Doo'

HBO canceled 'Los Espookys' after two seasons. The uniquely Latino synthesis of deadpan comedy, telenovela tropes and...

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20 days ago
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Two new projects show that when it comes to housing, small can be beautiful

Projects by Lehrer Architects and DE Architects do density right. Plus, Henry Taylor comes home to MOCA and horror on...

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22 days ago
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How L.A.’s Autry Museum is changing the ways Indigenous artifacts are held

The relationship between Native communities and museums has historically been fraught. The Autry Museum is finding wa...

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22 days ago
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Henry Taylor, the democratic king of portraiture, makes his L.A. homecoming at MOCA

Our portrait of the artist: Taylor, subject of a sweeping retrospective, paints luminaries and the homeless in pieces...

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27 days ago
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Going out in Los Angeles? Have we got the culture guide for you

Everything you need to know to plan your weekend! Plus, a horror show at the Ahmanson and Didion at the Hammer, in ou...

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about 1 month ago
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Joan Didion remains elusive in a Hammer Museum show inspired by her life

An exhibition at the Hammer Museum inspired by Joan Didion features historic objects as well as art. It's sometimes t...

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about 1 month ago
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Latino culture is American culture. A new generation is proving it

A Hollywood talent manager, curator, playwright and scholar talk about how Latinx artists are approaching representat...

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about 1 month ago
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Dos exhibiciones muestran cómo Diego Rivera y otros construyeron la identidad latinoamericana

¿Sobre qué se construye la identidad latinoamericana? 'La América de Diego Rivera' en SFMOMA y 'Reinventando las Amér...

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about 1 month ago
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Two exhibits show how Diego Rivera and others constructed Latin American identity

What is Latin American identity built on? 'Diego Rivera's America' at SFMOMA and 'Reinventing the Américas' at the Ge...

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about 1 month ago
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An installation by artist Richard Turner imagines the night sky, 18th century style

Richard Turner's evolving retrospective at Chapman University. And forget pumpkin spice, it's Picasso season — and mo...

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about 1 month ago
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Mike Davis, 'City of Quartz' author who chronicled the forces that shaped L.A., dies

The influential author scrapped boosterism for a dimmer view of a city shaped by developers, politicians and a milita...

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