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  • Barnsdall's Friday wine tastings are back

     
    Barnsdall Art Park's weekly wine tastings return this Friday with a few twists. Tickets ($20) will no longer be sold at the door; instead, they'll only be available online before the event. And in addition to Let's Be Frank and......
  • Greene & Greene for under $1 million, and why it may be a tough sell

     
    What's thought to be the only remaining house in Los Angeles designed by the Craftsman stars the Greene brothers is for sale. It's beautiful, yes. It has four original leaded glass light fixtures. It's been lovingly restored over more than 20 years. And...
  • Summer uncorked at Barnsdall's Friday Wine Tasting events

     
    The hidden gem: Sometimes it's the worst destiny that can befall a Los Angeles institution. But judging by the sold-out crowd at Barnsdall Art Park's Friday Wine Tasting a couple of weeks ago, it's possible to reverse fate. Approximately 450 people turned...
  • Monster Mash: L.A. Opera's 'Ring' officially in the red; Toledo Museum names new leader

     
    -- Final tally: Los Angeles Opera sees a nearly $6-million deficit from its "Ring" cycle production. (Los Angeles Times) -- New leadership: The Toledo Museum of Art has named Brian P. Kennedy, director of the Hood Museum of Art at......
  • Debating the future of Lloyd Wright's Moore House

     
    That spaceship-looking structure in the picture above is officially known as the Moore House, and it was designed in 1958 by Frank Lloyd Wright's son Lloyd Wright. Despite its pedigree, it has become a focus of contention in the affluent community of...
  • Frank Lloyd Wright building in Illinois to open for public tours

     
    When is a mansion more than just a mansion? Take a world-famous architect and throw in a juicy back story and you have what may turn out to be a bona-fide tourist attraction. The Chicago Tribune is reporting that a......
  • Prominent architecture and design curator lands new post at Hammer Museum

     
    The Hammer Museum has hired Brooke Hodge as its director of exhibition management and publications. A visible figure in the world of architecture and design, Hodge was a curator in those fields at the Museum of Contemporary Art from 2001......
  • L.A. County spending $350,000 to plan a higher-profile future for John Anson Ford Theatres

     
    Los Angeles County will spend $350,000 to take a detailed look at possible upgrades for the John Anson Ford Theatres near the Hollywood Bowl. The key issues to be addressed in a new master plan, officials say, are improving cramped......
  • L.A. Conservancy hosts benefit at Julius Shulman's house Saturday; iconic Stahl home also on tour

     
    Architectural photographer Julius Shulman captured Southern California's modernist movement in his images of homes designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, Richard Neutra, John Lautner and Frank Gehry, among others. Shulman's own home was a steel-and-glass...
  • Lecture and architecture tour focus on Lloyd Wright

     
    Architect Lloyd Wright, eldest son of Frank Lloyd Wright, may have followed in his father’s career footsteps, but his projects -- including 1920s houses and two early shells for the Hollywood Bowl -- were infused with his own statement about the...
  • L.A. Modernism Show to celebrate Paul Tuttle

     
    If you hit the Los Angeles Modernism Show this weekend in Santa Monica, remember the name Paul Tuttle (1918-2002). In the annals of Los Angeles midcentury modernism, Tuttle may not loom nearly as large as Charles Eames and Pierre Koenig, but he should. He...