Liz Ohanesian | Link TV
Liz Ohanesian writes about art, pop culture, music and, sometimes, a combination of the three. Her work has appeared in L.A. Weekly, Los Angeles Magazine, Hi-Fructose and a number of other publications. She lives in Los Angeles.
Post date: 2017-08-15T04:46:27-07:00
"Carne y Arena" is an immersive installation from Academy Award-winning director Alejandro Iñárritu that puts the viewer in a story about human bodies crammed into vehicles and transported across borders — journeys with no guarantees of a safe arrival.
Post date: 2017-08-09T08:38:40-07:00
Low Leaf emerged from Los Angeles's famed beat scene as a do-it-yourself artist with a clear vision of spiritual and cultural exploration that extends far beyond her soulful vocals and ethereal beats.
Post date: 2017-08-09T08:29:14-07:00
In the summer of 2013, Aloe Blacc's voice was inescapable. His hit song "Wake Me Up," wasn't just Blacc's big break in the U.S., it was a worldwide sensation and a song that's been recast to tell other people's journeys.
Post date: 2017-08-09T08:28:44-07:00
Indonesia, the U.S., Colombia, Ghana are just some of the countries whose music has inspired Buyepongo.
Post date: 2017-08-09T07:56:56-07:00
In the days following the Women's March in Washington D.C., one word was consistently used to describe MILCK's song "Quiet": anthem. Now, MILCK launched a website with the mission of "celebrating our unique voices and identities."
Post date: 2017-07-12T12:06:28-07:00
The Sutro Baths stood as a testament to the Gilded Age, but it also harbored an injustice hidden within this lavish gift to the people of San Francisco.