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Eli Broad

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  • Eli Broad won't be MOCA's lead funder for much longer

     Eli Broad won't be MOCA's lead funder for much longer
    Eli Broad said Tuesday that he won't continue giving $3 million a year to his new museum's across-the-street neighbor, the Museum of Contemporary Art, ending his five-year run as its primary funder. But he thinks his museum, called the Broad, will be...
  • A chorus of memories: Disney Hall, as they saw it and lived it

    A chorus of memories: Disney Hall, as they saw it and lived it
    Walt Disney Concert Hall turns 10 on Oct. 23. Before the downbeat of the Los Angeles Philharmonic's new season, here is a look at the first 10 years, as told in the words of those who were there. First impressions: Martin Chalifour, concertmaster, L....
  • Area development finally underway around Disney Hall

    Area development finally underway around Disney Hall
    This story has been corrected. See note below for details. The Walt Disney Concert Hall has been a boon to downtown business, real estate experts say, even though a key long-planned development near it remains stalled. In a region so deprived of...
  • Tribune to spin off newspapers, focus on broadcast TV business

    Tribune to spin off newspapers, focus on broadcast TV business
    Tribune Co. is getting out of the faltering newspaper business, but probably not the way it hoped. The media giant announced Wednesday that it will spin off its publishing unit into a separate company, a maneuver that's likely to delay a long-expected...
  • MOCA and director Jeffrey Deitch as an oil-and-water mix

     MOCA and director Jeffrey Deitch as an oil-and-water mix
    The imminent departure of Jeffrey Deitch from the directorship of the Museum of Contemporary Art after three short years was never really a question of "if" but only "when." The arrangement was bound to fail. Rumors about the impending exit have swirled...
  • Jeffrey Deitch's imminent MOCA exit comes amid rocky tenure

    Jeffrey Deitch's imminent MOCA exit comes amid rocky tenure
    When New York gallery owner Jeffrey Deitch was introduced as the new director of Los Angeles' Museum of Contemporary Art in 2010, he talked about what he hoped to accomplish by his third anniversary on the job. He cited superb exhibitions, a steady...
  • Eli Broad's advice to budding art collectors: Go slow

    Eli Broad's advice to budding art collectors: Go slow
    Here’s Eli and Edythe Broad’s advice to budding, young art collectors: take your time, do the research, don’t rush to buy. “You got to invest time, it’s not just about money,” Eli Broad said this week at a talk for...
  • The Broad's hard-hat tour -- and why museum admission will be free

    The Broad's hard-hat tour -- and why museum admission will be free
    The in-progress museum known as the Broad opened its virtual “doors” Tuesday morning for a hard-hat tour of the Grand Avenue construction site – which, aside from its white honeycomb-like ceiling of skylights, looks basically like a...
  • MOCA's search for a director: Is museum experience still optional?

    MOCA's search for a director: Is museum experience still optional?
    Will L.A.’s Museum of Contemporary Art hire a museum director who actually has experience in running a museum? The last time it did, Jimmy Carter was president and MOCA¬† was still three years away from opening its doors. Whether MOCA goes for...
  • Harris: Artist Theaster Gates quietly brings about 100 black contemporaries to Chicago for retreat

     Harris: Artist Theaster Gates quietly brings about 100 black contemporaries to Chicago for retreat
    A little more than a year ago, New York magazine published a "rulebook" for how to make it in "the new art world." Rule No. 4: "Be Young, Post-Black, and From Chicago." And there was Chicagoan Theaster Gates, exhibit A, on the cover of ArtReview....
  • New York City principal to head downtown L.A. arts high school

    New York City principal to head downtown L.A. arts high school
    The third time was the charm in efforts to land a high-profile New York City educator to head the $232-million downtown arts high school. Or was it the fourth time? Kim Bruno, longtime head of the LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing...
  • William Kieschnick dies at 90; engineer led Atlantic Richfield oil company

    William Kieschnick dies at 90; engineer led Atlantic Richfield oil company
    William Kieschnick, a chemical engineer who in the 1980s led the Atlantic Richfield oil company and used his executive skills to help stabilize the fledgling Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles, has died. He was 90. Kieschnick had Parkinson's...