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Franz West, the Austrian artist known for his innovative sculptures and installations, has died at 65. West died in Vienna on Wednesday following a long illness, according to reports. West's sculptural creations were both playful and serious,...
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Monster Mash: MOCA's 'Art in the Streets' raises curatorial concern; Eli Broad's Michigan art museumCulture MonsterPotential conflict of interest at MOCA's 'Art in the Streets' exhibition...
"Los Angeles is maybe my favorite place on Earth," says Italian photographer Luisa Lambri. "Everything I like and I need to work with happens to be there." The artist is enthralled by the region's dazzling natural light but is especially fond of its...
Booster ShotsAs the result of a vigorous vaccination campaign in which more than 700 million children have been immunized against the measles, the number of deaths worldwide fell 78% from 2000 to 2008, the consortium of organizations known as the Measles......
Top of the TicketFir trees are grown in abundance in Denmark, so availability was not the issue. After all, Christmas has been celebrated there since the 17th century. These days the Nordmann Fir is a favorite of Christmas decorators everywhere, at least according......
La PlazaWyclef Jean -- after encouraging support for Haiti on Tuesday via CNN and Twitter -- is now in his earthquake-stricken homeland, "focusing on family, Yele staff and response." (The Yele Haiti Foundation, his charity, was established in 2005.) Last night...
La PlazaA UNICEF cargo plane carrying medical kits, blankets and tents desperately needed by quake-devastated Haitians attempted to land in Port-au-Prince today, but was thwarted for unknown reasons and returned to Panama where UNICEF has been amassing...
L.A. at HomeThe news releases are stacking up, each one touting how another company is aiding relief in Haiti. The Wall Street Journal posted one of the first tallies, reporting that Lowe's pledged $1 million, Home Depot donated $100,000, and Wal-Mart offered $600,...
Culture MonsterTwo L.A.-area theaters -- the Pasadena Playhouse and Hollywood's Second City -- have announced that they will be holding Haiti earthquake relief events in the coming weeks. The Pasadena Playhouse said it will hold a one-night-only benefit concert on Feb.....
La PlazaLess than 24 hours after an earthquake devastated Haiti on Jan. 12, George Clooney was on the phone with MTV Networks president Judy McGrath trying to organize a star-studded telethon to raise funds for victims. Clooney, who helped organize televised...
All The RageStudio Number One -- the L.A.-based design studio founded by artist Shepard Fairey that brought us the Obama "Hope" poster -- has designed a T-shirt in support of the people of Haiti. Emblazoned on gray, the T's design includes an......
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