Street photographer Isaac Diggs captures a city at odds with itself in his new book, Middle Distance or The Anxiety of Influence.
In her visual archive, artist Guadalupe Rosales passes on the stories, traditions and history of Chicanx culture in the 1990s.
Fusing Mexican-American culture with a DIY punk spirit, the underground Chicano art scene of the late ’60s and early ’90s is finally celebrated a new exhibition.
A new book delves into the murky depths of LA’s past, exposing the city’s seedy underbelly through photography, magazine clippings and uncovered police reports.
When Dotan Saguy made the leap from business developer to street photographer, he immersed himself in a real-life circus on the verge of being gentrified.
Photographer Lorena Endara shoots the freeways, businesses, and housing projects of Boyle Heights for her latest photo series, LA (Latin America) Dreams.
A new exhibition looking at diversity, body positivity, and the creative work of female-identifying artists is coming to Los Angeles this week.
As a first-time visitor to Los Angeles, photographer Julian Caldwell was mesmerised by characters and contradictions that blew all the stereotypes apart.
Photographer Gianluca Galtrucco captures the mysterious side of the California city in his latest book, For Your Consideration.
Maceo Frost's latest documentary, Raised by Krump, is a powerful insight into the lives of people who have turned a dance into a battle cry.
Matt Martin uses a photocopier to look at the West Coast of the United States beyond its people – showing the beauty that exists in its empty spaces.
Three young artists and activists have created an accessible and participatory publication to help women take charge of their bodies after the US election.