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Culture MonsterPST, A to Z: Times art reviewer Sharon Mizota on 'Everyman’s Infinite Art' at Chapman University’s Guggenheim Gallery....
Culture MonsterChristopher Knight considers whether sculpture replicas should be included in museum shows....
The artists associated with Light and Space, the movement dedicated to investigating patterns of visual perception and attention that began in Southern Californa in the 1960s, are an unruly bunch. Most reject the label out of hand. Two of the movement'...
Tags: Museum Dioramas, Arts, Surfing, Fine Arts, Photography
Culture MonsterOceanic sculpture-paintings by Lynda Benglis at MOCA are reviewed by Christopher Knight...
John Baldessari's 'Pure Beauty' at Los Angeles County Museum of Art will be sort of double retrospectiveWhen John Baldessari's retrospective "Pure Beauty" opens at the L.A. County Museum of Art on June 27, expect to see several generations of artists on hand for the opening-week events. For as long as he has been making art in Los Angeles, Baldessari has...
One of the clichés of writing about houses and decor is a discussion of “the mix.” At the home of Richard Shapiro, the story is not so much about the mix as it is about an individual connoisseurial vision that ennobles objects and artworks of widely...
Times Art CriticTHE king is dead. Long live the king! In this instance, Chicano art is the new monarch ascending the throne to extend the line of succession. What's passing into history is an aesthetic that matured in the 1970s, produced by Mexican American artists with...
Special to Tribune NewspapersAbout this time of year, everyone craves color. Enough of barren trees and the grime left behind after a snowy winter. Spirits are in dire need of uplifting after weeks of grim economic news. Everyone needs beauty, a shot of creativity, an injection of...
Tags: China, Moby, San Francisco, Richard Serra, Andy Warhol
Tribune art criticIn 1986, when Juan Munoz entered the international arena with a single work at the Venice Biennale, he was already an exceptional artist. The piece was not a success — Munoz later called it a disaster — but it did reintroduce representational elements...
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