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  • Designers get playful at Milan furniture fair

     
    At the 2010 Salone Internazionale del Mobile, better known as the Milan furniture fair, optimism is the prevailing sentiment. Many designers’ work was downright playful, expressing levity in looks or in spirit. The Campana Brothers, Humberto and...
  • Staying in Vegas? Not the Guggenheim

    Staying in Vegas? Not the Guggenheim
    Dustin and Lindsay Phillips had no idea they were part of the beginning of the end of the Guggenheim's great Las Vegas adventure, a seven-year gamble that is coming to a close with the museum taking its chips -- its paintings -- back home. The...
  • Other public sculptures

    1. Bison, 1909, (Edward Kemeys) Humboldt Park Alan Artner:The lions flanking the stairs to the Art Institute of Chicago are some of the most famous animal sculptures in North America; much less known is this pair of bison from the same period that...
  • Marlene Dumas subject of MOCA retrospective

    Marlene Dumas subject of MOCA retrospective
    THE LARGE mid-career survey of paintings by South African born, Amsterdam-based artist Marlene Dumas that opened last weekend at the Museum of Contemporary Art represents, in effect, her Los Angeles debut. A few works have shown up in local exhibitions,...
  • Chicago's Picasso sculpture

    Chicago's Picasso sculpture
    Just after noon, Mayor Richard J. Daley pulled a cord attached to 1,200 square feet of blue-green fabric, unwrapping a gift "to the people of Chicago" from an artist who had never visited--and had shown no previous interest in--the city. The artist was...
  • Discover the Arts-MOCA

    Gayle Anderson was live at the MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART to continue the series DISCOVER THE ARTS IN LOS ANGELES, special discounts and events at lot of museums and performing arts venues in southern California. On the occasion of its 30th anniversary,...
  • The resurgence of Rudolph Wurlitzer

    The resurgence of Rudolph Wurlitzer
    Reading Rudolph Wurlitzer's novels is like watching a road movie backward. In his 1969 underground classic, "Nog," the narrator drifts across an amorphous terrain on which his shifting identity molds itself like soft clay. Rather than buttressing his...
  • 'Demand Management' at REDCAT

    'Demand Management' at REDCAT
    Anyone frequenting the gallery circuit over the course of the last year is likely to have been struck, at one time or another, by a peculiar sense of disconnect. Outside the galleries, the financial health of the nation and much of the world was in...
  • Minneapolis mind expansion

    Minneapolis -- JAO, an artist dressed in paint-spattered cycling gear, bounced before an easel set up in the bed of a bright yellow pickup -- her "artmobile" -- decorated with cartoon men with rake-like hands. While blasting a shrill police whistle,...
  • Flying by the seat of your pants in the Twin Cities

    There are two ways to approach the weekend getaway. You can have every detail planned. Or you can fly to your destination, put on a pair of comfortable shoes and wander. And that was pretty much our strategy for a 48-hour visit to Minneapolis. My...