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  • Hammer Museum's 'Made in L.A. 2014' draws on city's artful bounty

     Hammer Museum's 'Made in L.A. 2014' draws on city's artful bounty
    Los Angeles is brimming with hidden treasures and at the Hammer Museum's second biennial show, "Made in L.A. 2014," some of the city's best-kept art secrets will be revealed. Consider the selections from the Los Angeles Museum of Art — not to be...
  • For Chinese New Year, malls get into the holiday spirit

    For Chinese New Year, malls get into the holiday spirit
    Friday is the first day of Chinese New Year, a multi-day celebration marked by money-stuffed red envelopes, dragon imagery and, in the Southland, a flood of tourists from Asia. For the first time, many local shopping centers are greeting the surge in...
  • Getty presents what the Kitchen has cooked

    Getty presents what the Kitchen has cooked
    The Getty Research Institute is absorbing yet another chunk of New York City's experimental-arts patrimony, having recently bought a huge archive of video art, video and audio recordings of live performances, photographs, original posters and other...
  • An artistic renaissance in Taos, N.M.

    An artistic renaissance in Taos, N.M.
    Taos, N.M., has had many lives: a pre-colonial Native American community, a Spanish settlement and, more recently, an artists' colony for those seeking a quieter pace. Today, many come to Taos to ski, but this resilient small town is enjoying an...
  • Artists design tracksuits to support Russian LGBT network

    Artists design tracksuits to support Russian LGBT network
    The official Team USA opening and closing ceremony parade uniforms designed by Ralph Lauren may have been unveiled recently, but an unofficial Winter Games collection designed by American artists will be launched during fashion week in New York City....
  • Art critic Dave Hickey has never been shy about dissenting

    Art critic Dave Hickey has never been shy about dissenting
    A cigarette dangles from the mouth of art iconoclast Dave Hickey as he cracks open the door of the Presidential Suite at downtown Los Angeles' Ace Hotel. Coffee cups, reading material and cigarette butts litter the room, which is dark except for one low-...
  • 'The Monuments Men' filmmakers faced monumental challenges

     'The Monuments Men' filmmakers faced monumental challenges
    George Clooney and Grant Heslov describe themselves as two of the least cynical people in Hollywood. But when the longtime collaborators looked back at their recent work, they realized the movies had an unshakable gloom: "The Ides of March," "Good Night,...
  • An appropriate time for appropriation art at Hammer

     An appropriate time for appropriation art at Hammer
    Just inside the entrance of Westwood's Hammer Museum stands a human-sized gingerbread hut by artist Nayland Blake. Left unadorned, its friendly, sugary scent wafts throughout the lobby. Across the room and up the museum's sweeping staircase, a harder-...
  • Alfredo Ramos Martínez rediscovered Mexico in Los Angeles

    Alfredo Ramos Martínez rediscovered Mexico in Los Angeles
    For generations, a holy trinity of painter-muralists has loomed over Mexican modern art. Diego Rivera, David Alfaro Siqueiros and José Clemente Orozco, known as los tres grandes, or "the big three," generally have set the terms for any discussion about...
  • For Cambodia, an Oscar nod means much more than box-office gold

     For Cambodia, an Oscar nod means much more than box-office gold
    Being nominated for an Oscar is always a big deal, lifting someone's career or a movie's fortunes at the box office. In Cambodia, an Oscar nomination is proving to be a big deal for an entire nation, crystallizing how important reviving the arts has...
  • Live music as a theme of downtown L.A.'s revival

     Live music as a theme of downtown L.A.'s revival
    The crowd that waited under the neon red glow of the Ace Hotel's "Jesus Saves" sign came to see the experimental rock band Spiritualized. But as they filed into the Theatre at Ace, they became part of a different sort of resurrection. Nestled in the...