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  • L.A.'s famed Ferus Gallery to return -- sort of

     
    Los Angeles' Ferus Gallery helped to nurture the talents of such artists as Ed Ruscha, Billy Al Bengston, Robert Irwin, Ed Moses, Wallace Berman and Ed Kienholz. From 1957 to 1966, the gallery, which was located on La Cienega Boulevard,......
  • Obama confers arts and humanities medals on big names, including Dylan and Eastwood

     
    After deliberating for hours on healthcare in Thursday's summit, President Obama turned to the arts, entertainment, literature and scholarship, conferring the National Medal of Arts -- the nation's highest award in the field -- on 12 recipients and the...
  • Art review: Bart Exposito at Thomas Solomon Gallery

     
    For most of the past decade, Bart Exposito has been making sleek abstract paintings that bridge seemingly unbridgeable gaps -- between high-style fashion and low product-design, machine fabrication and hand craft, bemused spontaneity and earnest control....
  • Art review: 'John Baldessari: Pure Beauty' @ LACMA

     
    As an artist, John Baldessari has worked in the gap between paintings and camera images for the last 45 years. Visit the Los Angeles County Museum of Art's big retrospective of his marvelous rummaging around in that fissure and two......
  • BMW Art Cars

    LACMA is the first U.S. venue in a major worldwide tour of the cars; they next appear in New York City's historic Grand Central Terminal, March 25-April 7, before heading to a three-city museum tour in Mexico. Never-before-seen footage of the four...
  • 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...
  • They were here first

    Though the artist known as Gronk has lived in the same funky, baroquely attired Spring Street loft for the last 14 years, you could say that he is really, at heart, a street person. You're just as likely to find him pounding the downtown pavement in his...