| Jun 16, 2011
| 8:14 AM
Barely a decade into his career, photographer Jason Lazarus and his work are everywhere, all the time.
From Floridian residencies to solo shows in Cologne, Germany, to single snapshots plucked for local project spaces, Lazarus is a photographic man about...
| Nov 22, 2010
| 5:55 PM
A man accused of stealing a classic Andy Warhol piece from an aging millionaire, was found guilty in Manhattan federal court Monday, according to the US Attorney in Manhattan Preet Bharara.
James S. Biear, 50, was found guilty of ten counts including...
| Jul 13, 2011
| 7:40 AM
Dreamweapon: The Art and Life of Angus MacLise (1938-1979)
If, as Brian Eno once suggested, everyone who bought a Velvet Underground album started a rock band, it stands to reason that the musicians who shaped that revolutionary sound...
| Jul 8, 2011
A Pittsburgh artist and teacher at Carnegie Mellon University has become a super hero for breastfeeding moms.
If you are getting harassed for breastfeeding in public simply call Jill Miller and she'll send "The Milk Truck". Miller plans on buying an...
| Jul 9, 2011
| 11:36 AM
Saturday @ 10am Scooters & Supercars Day Petersen Automotive Museum 6060 Wilshire Boulevard Los Angeles 323-964-6347 Saturday is Scooters and Supercars Day at the Petersen Automotive Museum. You will you find both a super cars when too much is almost...
| Jul 14, 2011
| 8:55 AM
Until this spring, Chicago's Theatre Y focused exclusively on Romanian playwright Andras Visky, with productions of "Juliet: A Dialogue About Love" and "I Killed My Mother," both of which have toured internationally. But the company...
| Jul 17, 2011
Rebels in Paradise
The Los Angeles Art Scene and the 1960s
Henry Holt: 288 pp., $27
After decades of neglect, Los Angeles art history is a hot topic. The most immediate reason is "Pacific Standard Time: L.A. Art 1945-1980," an...
| May 8, 2011
| 5:27 AM
After nearly a quarter century in deep crimson, the nearly 100-year-old walls of Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art's most recognized space, Morgan Great Hall, are gray. The shade is closer in hue to what they were when the hall was dedicated by J. Pierpont...
| Oct 9, 2010
| 9:09 AM
College football's most improbable No. 1 of the last half-century attracted "World News Tonight," validated Andy Warhol and prompted odes to Thomas Jefferson.
Twenty years ago this week, the Virginia Cavaliers became the nation's top-ranked team....
| Jan 8, 2011
When the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts opened its doors in January 1936, there wasn't much for people to see.
Much of its fledging collection reflected the taste and generosity of Virginia Judge John Barton Payne, whose seminal gift of 50 artworks in 1919...
| May 10, 2012
| 7:26 AM
A version of Andy Warhol's "Double Elvis" that has ties to Los Angeles brought in $37 million at a Sotheby's auction on Wednesday in New York. The silkscreen work, which depicts Presley in a cowboy pose, was offered for sale by an unidentified American...
| May 10, 2012
| 5:31 AM
The Andy Warhol classic painting "Double Elvis (Ferus Type)" sold Wednesday at Sotheby's in New York for more than $37 million, the auction house said.
With commission, the sale price of $33 million totaled $37,042,500, short of the $50 million that...