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  • Matthew Marks on lure -- and challenges -- of showing art in L.A.

     
    Knowing that Matthew Marks will be busy tonight with the debut of his L.A. gallery, which opens with a small but serious Ellsworth Kelly show, Culture Monster caught up with the New York dealer during a calmer moment last week....
  • Art review: Ellsworth Kelly at Matthew Marks

     
    An art review of Ellsworth Kelly's paintings, the inaugural exhibition at the Los Angeles branch of Matthew Marks. Sharon Mizota reviews for the Los Angeles Times....
  • Art world responds to death of Kenneth Price

     
    The art community mourns the loss of ceramics artist Kenneth Price who died early Friday at his home in Taos, N.M....
  • Steve Martin to score Shakespeare's 'As You Like It'

     
    The actor-author-musician Steve Martin has been tapped to compose original folk-style music for the Shakespeare in the Park production of “As You Like It,” at the Delacorte Theater June 5 to 30....
  • Around Town: The Sherman brothers' 'Chitty Chitty Bang Bang'

     
    A Marx brothers retrospective, a Marilyn Monroe double bill and a screening of "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang" featuring the work of the late composer Robert Sherman and his brother Richard are among this week's highlights....
  • 'Rules of the Game,' 'Casque d'Or' at LACMA: Kenneth Turan's picks

     
    “The Rules of the Game,” “Casque d'Or”: Now that film exhibition at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art has been pared down to a minimum, thank God for the good taste of artist Ellsworth Kelly, who has been allowed to curate a...
  • Around Town: 'The Artist' crowd's take on spy spoofs

     
    Before they made the Oscar-winning "The Artist," director Michel Hazanavicius, Jean Dujardin and Berenice Bejo made the 2006 spy spoof, "OSS 117: Cairo, Nest of Spies," which screens Thursday through Saturday at the New Beverly Cinema, along with the 2009...
  • Art review: 'Ellsworth Kelly: Prints and Paintings' at LACMA

     
    David Pagel reviews "Ellsworth Kelly: Prints and Paintings" at LACMA...
  • Ellsworth Kelly's Drawings of Plants, Flowers, Leaves-Spanning 60 Years-on View Beginning June 5 at Metropolitan Museum

    Ellsworth Kelly's Drawings of Plants, Flowers, Leaves-Spanning 60 Years-on View Beginning June 5 at Metropolitan Museum
    One of the foremost artists of our day, Ellsworth Kelly may be best known for his rigorous abstract painting. However, Kelly has made figurative drawings throughout his career, and has created an extraordinary body of work that now spans six decades....
  • Museum of art lights up downtown Tampa

    Museum of art lights up downtown Tampa
    TAMPA -- The $32.8 million Tampa Museum of Art, which opened to the public Feb. 6, rises on the historic banks of the Hillsborough River across from a Moorish, late-19th century, minaret-topped University of Tampa building that once served as headquarters...
  • 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...
  • Jennifer Steinkamp dazzles at ACME

    Jennifer Steinkamp dazzles at ACME
    Jennifer Steinkamp is among the most consistently inventive artists working today. Digital animation has been her medium since the early 1990s, which also makes her an important pioneer. Still, it's not the sophisticated technology that finally sets...