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LA Times MagazineA house redo in Santa Ynez takes its cues from the surrounding idyllic countryside...
Kenneth Price, a prolific Los Angeles artist whose work with glazed and painted clay transformed traditional ceramics while also expanding orthodox definitions of American and European sculpture, died early Friday at his home and studio in Taos, N.M. He...
Culture MonsterChristopher Knight reviews "Monet/Lichtenstein: Rouen Cathedrals" at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art....
Culture MonsterNEWPORT BEACH -- Biennial. These days the word generates conflicting responses of anticipation and dread. Anticipation because any sizable survey of recent contemporary art assembled by a museum curator with an eye (plus an ear to the ground) will...
Culture MonsterIn his early days, Ed Ruscha painted single words that packed a punch: oof, slam, smash, honk. In the ???80s, he took a subtler approach, floating equivocal phrases in painted skies. Consider ???I Think I???ll...,??? a 1983 piece that has......
L.A. at HomeWhen you tire of running late in English, you can run late in French, Russian or Arabic. Qlocktwo, part of a color craze at the International Contemporary Furniture Fair in New York, tells time with words instead of numerals. Andreas Funk and Marco...
La PlazaIn 1941, the Museum of Modern Art in New York City organized "Organic Design for Home Furnishings," a competition opened to design teams from Latin America. The winning submissions earned the prize of having their designs industrialized and sold by the...
Culture MonsterStudio slang that expressed effusive approval in the Abstract Expressionist 1950s, whether swaggering or sentimental, became literal subject matter for numerous artists in the 1960s. Jasper Johns was a leading practitioner. For instance, with tongue...
Times Art CriticRobert Rauschenberg, the protean artist from small-town Texas whose imaginative commitment to hybrid forms of painting and sculpture changed the course of American and European art between 1950 and the early 1970s, died Monday night, according to New...
Times Staff WriterYou don't just learn how to draw a bunny in "How to Draw a Bunny," the delightful, unabashedly celebratory documentary about the life and times of the late artist Ray Johnson, you learn a few other useful things as well. For instance: In the lost paradise...
Tags: Arts, Entertainment, Movies, Documentary (genre), New York
Special to the TribuneWalking through the stripped offices of Andersen's headquarters this weekend were the curious, the shrewd and those seeking a last glimpse of the once-prosperous company's art collection. They found hallways, conference rooms and reception areas...
Tags: Arts, Photography, Ellsworth Kelly, Chuck Close, Norman Rockwell
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