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  • PST, A to Z: ‘Art Along the Hyphen’ at the Autry

     
    Pacific Standard Time will explore the origins of the Los Angeles art world through museum exhibitions throughout Southern California over the next six months. Times art reviewer Sharon Mizota has set the goal of seeing all of them. This is......
  • Art review: 'Steve Roden: in between, a 20-year survey' @ Armory Center for the Arts; 'Steve Roden: when words become forms' @ Pomona College Museum of Art

     
    Steve Roden has an uncanny way with making paintings that seem accidental yet inevitable, inscrutable yet utterly coherent. There's a place for everything and everything is happily in its place, fussed over and as carefully assembled as a precise...
  • Larry Clark still causing trouble with racy photography exhibition

     
    In France, where sexually charged art is usually no big deal and ads featuring topless women grace public billboards, a photography exhibition by American filmmaker Larry Clark has been causing an unexpected ruckus for its overtly racy content. "Kiss the....
  • Performance Review: 'Tempest: Without a Body' at the Million Dollar Theater

     
    Lemi Ponifasio's New Zealand company MAU presented the hallucinatory "Tempest: Without a Body," a REDCAT presentation Saturday at the Million Dollar Theater....
  • Art history doctoral candidates favor 20th century art

     
    20th Century art was the favored field of study for last year's Ph.D. candidates...
  • Art Review: Pacific Asia Museum goes modern, for the time being

    Art Review: Pacific Asia Museum goes modern, for the time being
    One of the unexpected dividends of the Getty’s far-reaching “Pacific Standard Time” series is the cross-pollination of audiences and institutions; another is focused historic perspective. The Pacific Asia Museum, not known for modern-art...
  • Baring a hidden Pasadena gem

    Baring a hidden Pasadena gem
    Pacific Asia Museum, celebrating its 40th anniversary in Pasadena, may be one of the most overlooked cultural resources in Southern California. “People call it a ‘hidden gem,’" said Executive Director Charles Mason. Yet this Chinese-...
  • Homeowners dig down for more space

    Homeowners dig down for more space
    COME ON DOWN, Stefan Lemperle says. Here, 13 feet under the ground, there's sunlight and fresh air, an open-to-the-sky patio with a rock-lined pond, a high-ceilinged lounge and a media room large enough to host dozens of friends. Lemperle's new glass...
  • New Lawrence Weschler books about conversations with David Hockney and Robert Irwin

    New Lawrence Weschler books about conversations with David Hockney and Robert Irwin
    Here's how Lawrence Weschler sees it: "The world as it is," he writes in his 2004 collection of essays and reportage, "Vermeer in Bosnia," "is overdetermined: the web of all those interrelationships is dense to the point of saturation. . . . If I were...
  • Good wine deals from Southern California retailers

    Good wine deals from Southern California retailers
    Good wine deals are out there A selection of value recommendations from area retailers: Gary Fishman, from Wally's Wine Merchant in Los Angeles: 2006 Joseph Phelps Vineyards Cabernet Sauvignon "Innisfree" (Napa Valley), $24.99. "A gem from a...
  • Los Angeles art history a timeline

    Los Angeles art history  a timeline
    A selective timeline of modern and contemporary art in the L.A. area 1927 Walter and Louise Arensberg, major patrons of Marcel Duchamp, move from New York to Los Angeles and install their trove of modern art and ethnic artifacts in a Hollywood house that...
  • Philip K. Dick finds God and madness at his doorstep

     
    PART 4: PHILIP K. DICK, THE LAST DECADE During the last years of his life, Philip K. Dick lived in, of all places, Orange County, a Southern California setting that made the life-battered sci-fi writer something of a stranger in......