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  • Robert Wilson to revisit '77 L.A. performance piece at REDCAT

     
    Robert Wilson will revisit his 1977 performance piece, "Patio," at REDCAT. The show is part of a Performance and Public Art Festival in January that's part of the Getty's region-wide arts initiative, Pacific Standard Time: Art in L.A. 1945-1980....
  • Art review: 'It Happened at Pomona; Part I: Hal Glicksman' at Pomona College Museum of Art

     
    Christopher Knight reviews "It Happened at Pomona, Part I: Hal Glicksman," the first show in the Getty-sponsored series Pacific Standard Time...
  • From Baldessari to Teske, top 20 Pacific Standard Time artists

     
    Who are the most popular artists in the mega-exhibition-event Pacific Standard Time? Here's a look, based on the number of Pacific Stand Time shows in which they appear....
  • Museum leaders and others: What Pacific Standard Time means to me

     
    In the course of reporting several stories on the $10 million enterprise, one question asked across the board was: how would you describe Pacific Standard Time for somebody who's never heard of it? Here are a range of takes from museum and arts leaders......
  • Review: 'Crosscurrents in L.A. Painting and Sculpture, 1950-1970'

     
    Christopher Knight reviews the Getty Museum's flagship Pacific Standard Time show, "Crosscurrents in L.A. Painting and Sculpture, 1950-1970"...
  • Film Reviews: 'Cars 2,' 'Page One: Inside the New York Times,' '!Women Art Revolution'

    Film Reviews: 'Cars 2,' 'Page One: Inside the New York Times,' '!Women Art Revolution'
    * * * Cars 2 Directed by John Lasseter. Written by Ben Queen. With the voices of Owen Wilson, Larry the Cable Guy and Michael Caine. (G) Who killed the electric car? That's one of the burning questions stalking Cars 2, along with “Whatever happened...
  • What would Jackie do?

    What would Jackie do?
    Ellen Slaby has things to do. She is a director of marketing for a publisher, cares for her elderly parents, sits on a charity board and has season tickets for the Red Sox. Yet, she throws several dinner parties each month. "People are afraid to have a...
  • Art review: ‘The Last Plastics Show' at Cardwell Jimmerson

     
    Karl Marx famously said that history repeats itself first as tragedy then as farce. He might have thought differently if he'd had a chance to see "The Last Plastics Show," an absorbing exhibition at Cardwell Jimmerson Contemporary Art. Featuring often.......
  • Art review: Dorothy Iannone at Peres Projects

     
    Since the mid-1960s, Dorothy Iannone has depicted female sexuality as a force to be reckoned with. Her frank, colorful explorations of sex, love and desire are painted in a naive, graphic style, often accompanied by decorative patterns and handwritten...
  • Live review: Lilith Fair at Irvine's Verizon Amphitheater*

     
    Rebellion and compromise, dreams and reality -- these were the principles vying for control at Saturday night’s Irvine stop of the troubled Lilith Fair tour. In a perfect world, the festival headlined by co-founder Sarah McLachlan would be packed with.....
  • At Paris Exhibit, L.A. Art Is a Smash -- Literally

    The world-renowned Pompidou Center of Paris, which set out in March to celebrate the work of Los Angeles artists, has accidentally destroyed two of their works -- which fell from museum walls. A third piece was slightly damaged. The incidents, all of...