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"William Wegman: He Took Two Pictures. One Came Out," an exhibition of the artist's text-based black-and-white photographs from the 1970s, is on view at Marc Selwyn Fine Art through July 6. So you have a new show of your old work. Yes, and it's new...
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FrameworkMore than 100 portraits of Humanitas Academy of Art and Technology (HAAT) students and their photographs will be featured on a 1,000-foot-long fence covering the construction of the Huntington Library's Education and Visitor Center. HAAT is in East Los...
The annual Alpert Awards in the Arts give a $75,000 boost to midcareer artists who often aren’t well known but have earned respect in their fields. Among the higher-profile winners of this year's awards, funded by the Herb Alpert Foundation and...
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FrameworkAnne Wilkes Tucker is currently the Gus and Lyndall Wortham Curator of Photography at The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston where she has worked since 1976. She founded the Photography Department at the museum that now has a collection of over 28,000...
The Clock Tower, a Santa Monica office building beloved by Westside creative firms, has been snapped up by Italian investors who specialize in buying trophy historic properties. Clad in white terra cotta, the 12-story Art Deco-style office high-rise on...
The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco have named Colin Bailey as their new director. Bailey, who most recently served as the deputy director and chief curator at the Frick Collection in New York, will head the De Young Museum and the Legion of Honor in...
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FrameworkThe exhibit, organized by The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston and titled WAR/PHOTOGRAPHY, includes over 150 photographs from 1887 through the present day. It will open Saturday March 23 and run through June 2. Admission will be free....
Super-sized exhibitions are becoming more common in art museums, and the next few months will see several among the notable new shows opening around town. Chronologically, here's a selection of what's coming up in art this spring, including three really...
Andy Warhol famously said that in the future, everyone would have 15 minutes of fame. But that didn't stop him from focusing his camera lenses and other image-making implements on folks whose ride on the wagon of celebrity figured to last somewhat...
In JJ Peet’s beguiling L.A. debut at Redling Fine Art, the familiar tropes of found object assemblage sculpture — scrap wood and bricks, rags and plastic shopping bags — come to life through a sheer infusion of raw creative energy. In...
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Invited to provide a table-setter for the L.A. Art Show, a sprawling and mind-bogglingly diverse annual marketplace and smorgasbord for the eyes, Marilyn Lowey delivered an installation that's cheekily site-specific. Titled "Translating Transitions #4,"...
How many galleries do you need to call Highland Avenue a real art corridor? One more space is opening on the street, not far from Regen Projects, Redling Fine Art, Perry Rubenstein Gallery, Overduin and Kite, and the future home of Michael Kohn. Diane...
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