It was the "Jeopardy!" response heard 'round social media.
In years to come, the general public will be able to say "Hello, gorgeous!" to a rarely seen John Singer Sargent portrait that has remained out of the public eye for much of its existence.
Woody Allen is expected to be back in Los Angeles this year with a revival of his production of Puccini's "Gianni Schicchi," at L.A. Opera, starting Sept. 12.
Memorial Day marks the start of free museum admission for members of the U.S. military and their families.
A cultural controversy with an unusually long half-life, "Carry That Weight", aka Mattress Girl at Columbia University, has proved once again that the category of victim art tends to bring out opinions and emotions from public figures who don't normally weigh in on arty matters.
In the ongoing wage dispute between many small Los Angeles theater companies and Actors' Equity Assn., a strange sideshow has developed between Evidence Room, a small L.A. theater company that has operated for 20 years, and the New York-based national union that represents stage actors and managers.
UNESCO is warning that cultural treasures in the ancient Syrian city of Palmyra are at great risk following reports that Islamic State forces have taken over the World Heritage site famous for architectural ruins believed to be thousands of years old.
The almighty dollar is the lingua franca of the international art market. But the dollar was also a favorite subject of Andy Warhol and other notable contemporary artists. An upcoming sale from a private collection will seek to wed art and commerce on the glittery altar of the greenback.