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Special to The TimesJennifer Bornstein was a kid in a candy store -- with almost half a year to gorge herself. When Hammer Museum curator Allegra Pesenti asked Bornstein to rummage through the institution's huge collection of graphic work and put together a show of...
Tags: John Cage, Photography, Los Angeles, Arts and Culture, Education
There are countless iconic images of Los Angeles -- David Hockney's crystalline swimming pools and Ed Ruscha's black-and-white Sunset Strip among them. But until now, few have felt compelled to capture (let alone bottle) the way the city smells....
Times Staff WriterTHE looks that designers sent down the men's spring runways in Milan and Paris won't hit the racks until next year. But if you live in Southern California, you've already seen them — or something like them, as brands from staid Hermès to quirky...
Arts WriterThe road to the Upper Keys is paved with the blaze of poincianas. So far we have passed their painted red tops, pressed against the Turnpike's seam, along with nurseries and palm farms, houses shaped like barracks, canals and lakes, and the right-...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterSir Humphry Wakefield, 72, on the phone from Chillingham Castle in England, was eager to talk about his role as a proud member of the Society of Dilettanti, an exclusive men's club founded in 1734. But first he needed to check on one of the horses,...
Los Angeles Modern Auctions has two sales this month. On Sunday at its new location in Van Nuys, nearly 600 pieces of furniture and fine art by woodworker Sam Maloof, outdoor furniture designer Walter Lamb, painter David Hockney and other international...
Tags: Auction Service, Los Angeles, Furniture
Times Staff WriterCarmel There's looking at a seascape. And there's really looking at a seascape, so engrossed in the beach and the rocks and the light and the textures that you find yourself in the back of a sea cave gazing through a camera lens, nobody else on the beach...
Here's how Lawrence Weschler sees it: "The world as it is," he writes in his 2004 collection of essays and reportage, "Vermeer in Bosnia," "is overdetermined: the web of all those interrelationships is dense to the point of saturation. . . . If I were...
Chicago Tribune reporterHe may live in a penthouse apartment that overlooks Manhattan's Central Park, but the feeling that fills Tony Bennett's luxe pad is simplicity. It's a "very simple, functional Japanese style," the legendary songman (and painter) said of his home of the...
LACMA is the first U.S. venue in a major worldwide tour of the cars; they next appear in New York City's historic Grand Central Terminal, March 25-April 7, before heading to a three-city museum tour in Mexico. Never-before-seen footage of the four...
Times Staff WriterLos Angeles is commonly regarded as a city people come to, but there's much more to it than that. For better than a century, it's also been a place that people come from — even when (as so often happens) they were born somewhere else. Indeed, L.A....
Times Staff WriterONE morning three months ago, Italian architect Renzo Piano met with a handful of LACMA trustees in one of the museum's conference rooms. After a few minutes of small talk, Piano motioned the group over to a large table and picked up a stack of cards...
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