It’s been 27 years since art historian Linda Nochlin published her essay “The Imaginary Orient,” a critique of sexist and racist depictions of “brown and black folk” by Western artists such as Jean-Léon Gérôme. Back then, “I was put off… More»
Transit is a huge part of the history of Los Angeles.
Los Angeles Union Station is the first publication to take a deep look at the design influences of L.A.’s Union Station and how the station came to be. Flip on through.
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