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  • Anthony J. Lumsden dies at 83; Southern California architect

    Anthony J. Lumsden dies at 83; Southern California architect
    Anthony J. Lumsden, a prolific Southern California architect who helped develop new ways of wrapping buildings in smooth glass skins, accelerating a shift that reshaped skylines around the world, died Sept. 22 in Los Angeles. He was 83. The cause was...
  • PASSINGS: John Buchanan

    John Buchanan, 58, who brought popular shows to the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco that raised membership and attendance but also drew criticism for pandering to low-brow tastes, died Friday of cancer, the museums announced. Buchanan ran the Portland...
  • Art Review: Jason Kraus at Redling Fine Art

     
    The premise of Jason Kraus’s second solo show at Redling Fine Art, appropriately titled “Dinner Repeated,” is an exercise in compulsive reiteration. On each of the first seven nights of the exhibition, the New York-based artist served...
  • Southern California Close-Ups: From West Hollywood to Wilshire

    Southern California Close-Ups: From West Hollywood to Wilshire
    Set an out-of-towner loose to roam the Los Angeles area between West Hollywood and Koreatown and what can you expect? A food-truck overdose, perhaps. Or the bold suggestion that we extend our subway system westward. (Hey, we're working on it.) Or maybe...
  • Patt Morrison Asks: New master Ed Ruscha

    Patt Morrison Asks: New master Ed Ruscha
    Most of the dozens of art spaces now showing off Southern California art history weren't even around when Ed Ruscha set up his easel and his style in Los Angeles in the 1950s. Ruscha's classic, defining works are keystones in Pacific Standard Time, a...
  • Steve Jobs dies at 56; Apple's co-founder transformed computers and culture

    Steve Jobs dies at 56; Apple's co-founder transformed computers and culture
    Steven P. Jobs, the charismatic technology pioneer who co-founded Apple Inc. and transformed one industry after another, from computers and smartphones to music and movies, has died. He was 56. Apple announced the death of Jobs — whose legacy...
  • Art review: 'B. Wurtz & Co.' at Richard Telles Fine Art

     
    David Pagel reviews "B. Wurtz & Co." at Richard Telles Fine Art...
  • The Morning Fix: 'Simpsons' salary snafu. Myspace's new look.

     
    Tuesday's headlines include a salary dispute on "The Simpsons," a look at Myspace's new look and Google's plans for YouTube to go pro....
  • Monster Mash: LACMA, new movie museum; La Plaza de Cultura in trouble

     
    The Los Angeles County Museum of Art is teaming up with the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences on a new movie museum located in the LACMA West building. La Plaza de Cultura y Artes in downtown L.A. faces serious financial and organizational...
  • Getty acquires Ed Ruscha photos -- some famous, some hidden

     
    The Getty Museum and Getty Research Institute have acquired more than 70 photographs by L.A. artist Ed Ruscha, as well as a large personal archive from the artist. Many of the works reflect Ruscha's fascination with the streets of L.A....
  • Geek alert: Northrop releases music video for new drone

     
    Northrop Grumman Corp. has released a second music video involving its bat-winged robotic jet, dubbed the X-47B....