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  • Review: 'Crosscurrents in L.A. Painting and Sculpture, 1950-1970'

     
    Christopher Knight reviews the Getty Museum's flagship Pacific Standard Time show, "Crosscurrents in L.A. Painting and Sculpture, 1950-1970"...
  • Fashion News: Will Apple's new iPhone be the next 'It' thing? [Updated]

     
    Apple's new iPhone 43S could be the accessory everyone has to have this season. But looking ahead to spring-summer 2012, styles at Paris Fashion Week -- including those shown at Alexander McQueen and Louis Vuitton -- are soft and feminine....
  • Pacific Standard Time expands--to include performance/public art festival and commercial gallery shows

     
    When the many-headed exhibition extravaganza “Pacific Standard Time” opens in October 2011, some 40 Southern California museums and nonprofit galleries will all be offering shows focusing in one manner or another on the origins of the art scene here,...
  • Live review: Lilith Fair at Irvine's Verizon Amphitheater*

     
    Rebellion and compromise, dreams and reality -- these were the principles vying for control at Saturday night’s Irvine stop of the troubled Lilith Fair tour. In a perfect world, the festival headlined by co-founder Sarah McLachlan would be packed with.....
  • Art review: Dorothy Iannone at Peres Projects

     
    Since the mid-1960s, Dorothy Iannone has depicted female sexuality as a force to be reckoned with. Her frank, colorful explorations of sex, love and desire are painted in a naive, graphic style, often accompanied by decorative patterns and handwritten...
  • Lesser-known artists are poised for a breakthrough

    Lesser-known artists are poised for a breakthrough
    Nobody thought a 12-sided geometric painting by a little-known artist could top a Hockney. The painting, "Vector," has languished in storage for at least 30 years. The painter, Ron Davis, has been living off the grid near Taos, N.M., for almost as long....
  • Pacific Standard Time makes a bid for L.A. in art history

    Pacific Standard Time makes a bid for L.A. in art history
    It seems worthy of an old-fashioned Hollywood epic, with a cast of thousands and a plot that spans four decades: "The Greatest Story Ever Told About Southern California Art." Over the next six months, more than 60 museums and arts venues from Santa...
  • Art review: ‘The Last Plastics Show' at Cardwell Jimmerson

     
    Karl Marx famously said that history repeats itself first as tragedy then as farce. He might have thought differently if he'd had a chance to see "The Last Plastics Show," an absorbing exhibition at Cardwell Jimmerson Contemporary Art. Featuring often.......
  • At Paris Exhibit, L.A. Art Is a Smash -- Literally

    The world-renowned Pompidou Center of Paris, which set out in March to celebrate the work of Los Angeles artists, has accidentally destroyed two of their works -- which fell from museum walls. A third piece was slightly damaged. The incidents, all of...