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Eli Broad

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  • Scene & Heard: Los Angeles Philharmonic 'Celebración' gala

    Scene & Heard: Los Angeles Philharmonic 'Celebración' gala
    The Oct. 7 "Celebración," the Los Angeles Philharmonic opening night gala, attracted 800 guests to what looked like a high-tech supper club on Grand Avenue. Judging from the crowd packing the dance floor, guests could have danced all night — when...
  • Scene & Heard: Salon by the Shore

    Scene & Heard: Salon by the Shore
    At the first Salon by the Shore to benefit the Museum of Contemporary Art, museum director Jeffrey Deitch introduced internationally recognized artist Doug Aitken and offered some explanations for L.A.'s ability to create so many great artists. Among...
  • Scene & Heard: 'Artist's Museum Happening' gala at MOCA

    Scene & Heard: 'Artist's Museum Happening' gala at MOCA
    The Museum of Contemporary Art's recent fundraiser was proclaimed to be many things: Trailed by a "60 Minutes" TV crew, while being observed by Connie Bruck for a New Yorker profile, Eli Broad said the "Artist's Museum Happening" promised to redefine...
  • MOCA to take over city-owned Municipal Art Gallery in Hollywood?

     
    L.A.’s Museum of Contemporary Art is interested in running the city-owned Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery in Hollywood’s Barnsdall Park, as the cash-starved city government tries to outsource eight arts facilities in hopes of saving about $1.3...
  • His new museum: What is Broad's vision?

     
    Huntington, Getty, Simon, Hammer, Crocker, Menil, Wadsworth, Phillips, Frick, Morgan, Whitney, Guggenheim, etc. — the list of super-rich Americans who, since the mid-19th century, have established museums or galleries to house their personal art...
  • Monster Mash: Eli Broad among richest Americans; Roman Polanski casts 'God of Carnage'

     
    -- Money, money, money: Eli Broad is ranked No. 44 in the annual Forbes list of the richest Americans. (Forbes) -- Big stars: Roman Polanski's film version of the play "God of Carnage" will star Jodie Foster, Kate Winslet, Christoph......
  • Fate of downtown L.A. art walk looks uncertain

     
    First it was canceled, and then it wasn't. Now it appears to be in limbo. The future of the Downtown Art Walk, which draws more than 20,000 people to a monthly stroll of downtown galleries and nightspots and has been......
  • Gustavo Dudamel hip-hops it, John Adams shakes it, Neil Diamond plays it cool it at LA Phil Gala

     
    At Walt Disney Concert Hall on Thursday night, Herbie Hancock was enthusing in black tie and Neil Diamond was conspicuously inconspicuous in a sea of silver-haired tuxedoed men and immaculately glamorous women. Meanwhile, on a nearby dance floor, John...
  • Big dreams from downtown Los Angeles' big developers

     
    An exhibit hall that could be transformed into a football stadium and an electric street car that could whisk people up Broadway were some of the big ideas tossed around Tuesday by some of downtown Los Angeles’ most influential developers.......
  • What do Eli Broad and Mike Kelley have in common? Power, says ArtReview

     
    If the art world were a horse race, then the annual power lists that art magazines generate toward the end of year would really matter. Who placed and who didn't? Who inched ahead of whom? Which dark horse upset the......
  • Art magazine to artists: Drop dead

     
    The brain trust over at London's ArtReview magazine wants you to know that artists no longer matter very much. For the first time since it began publishing the Power 100, a subjective annual ranking of who counts in the international......
  • Rich Americans' philanthropy dropped in 2009, but not for the arts, study finds

     
    “Let me tell you about the very rich,” F. Scott Fitzgerald wrote in 1926. “They are different from you and me.” The facts support him still, judging by a study of rich folks’ charitable habits released Tuesday. One of the......