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  • Still and Moving Lines: Wesleyan celebrates the life and career of composer Alvin Lucier

    Still and Moving Lines: Wesleyan celebrates the life and career of composer Alvin Lucier
    This weekend, Wesleyan University will host an array of events paying tribute to composer Alvin Lucier, who retired from the faculty in July after 40 years of teaching. Even if you aren’t familiar with Lucier’s work, you’d be challenged...
  • Hammer Museum loses chief curator Gary Garrels

    Hammer Museum loses chief curator Gary Garrels
    Gary Garrels, the highly sought-after curator who has helped raise the profile of the UCLA Hammer Museum in Los Angeles and beyond, is jumping ship. The Hammer snagged Garrels, 56, from the Museum of Modern Art in New York three years ago. But now he...
  • Murals, a floor-to-ceiling fantasy

    Murals, a floor-to-ceiling fantasy
    IN the design empire of Los Angeles, where Modern is king and where clean lines and empty spaces have come to define so many castles, it's something of a surprise to see a resurgence of frescoes, murals and other painterly effects. But sure enough, Cher...
  • Requiem: 2007 passings of note

    Among the major notables who passed from the scene this year, three of the most famous -- two masters of cinema and a genius of football -- died on the same day: July 30. Two others -- a historic Russian leader and a U.S. chronicler of war -- left us...
  • Dorm-style DIY

    Dorm-style DIY
    After you've elbowed your way to the extra-long twin sheets, the mainstream dorm-room design perks seem to end. Here are some original decorative ideas to avoid the dorm d├ęcor uniform: Up against the wall : No, you can't paint your dorm room , but...
  • Art review: Ginny Bishton at Richard Telles Fine Art

     
    Eleven new drawings by Ginny Bishton continue her ongoing interest in tightly compressed images that do a 180 in your head, expanding far beyond immediate expectations. Numbered patterns burn holes in logical systems, rigorously rectilinear formats turn...
  • An appreciation: Giuseppe Panza di Biumo

     
    On each of three consecutive days in early April 1985, I spent three intense hours holed up in a Sunset Strip hotel suite overlooking the hazy Los Angeles basin with a tape recorder, a stack of blank cassettes, a sheaf......
  • Art review: 'Calder to Warhol: Introducing the Fisher Collection' @ SFMOMA

     
    With great fanfare, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art last year announced it had entered into a long-term working relationship with Doris and the late Donald Fisher, founders of the Gap clothing store chain, to house their collection of......
  • St. Louis Exhibit examines The Nazi Olympics

    The Olympics haven't always been simply fun and games. The politics that has recurringly subverted this ultimate in international athletic competitions reached its most poisonous levels 64 years ago in the 1936 Berlin Olympics.As is starkly evident in...