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  • The Deal: Blik wall decals 25% off

     
    No money for a headboard? No problem. Mina Javid's peel-and-stick Wrought Iron Headboard design for Blik is a colorful alternative to the real deal, regularly $40 for a twin bed, $55 for a queen and $70 for a king. The......
  • ‘Trespass: A History of Uncommissioned Urban Art’ Features Work by Keith Haring, Spencer Tunick, Shepard Fairey and Banksy

     
    With all the controversy surrounding last month's Blu-Jeffrey Deitch mural imbroglio at the Museum of Contemporary Art's Geffen Contemporary and serious talk of British street's artist Banksy's chances of an Oscar nomination for his documentary "Exit...
  • 'Gay art': The Catholic League responds to commentary on 'anti-Christian' remark

     
    On Monday, I wrote a column saying that the New York-based Catholic League, which describes itself as the nation's largest Catholic civil-rights organization, was incorrect to characterize a video in a Washington, D.C., exhibition at the National Portrait...
  • Graffiti and street art show to take over MOCA's Geffen Contemporary in 2011

     
    Anyone wondering what Jeffrey Deitch's next step will be as the director of the Museum of Contemporary Art now has an answer. In two words: street art. Local artists and gallery owners have been whispering about the possibility, and this......
  • Sex Pot Punk Funk: Comics rockstar Jim Mahood's new superhero 'Marijuanaman'

     
    The now familiar complaint at Comic-Con International is that the event has become too much about movie stars and not enough about comic-book creators. But Hollywood's obsession with the massive San Diego expo may not be a bad thing for comic writers...
  • Live Review: Rihanna, rated R for adult themes

     
    Her dark and thrilling new show takes on difficult topics, even in her lighter songs. For the couture-clad Amazons in today's pop ingénue brigade, self-presentation is a battle game of flirtation and threat. Never before has a group of young......
  • COMIC-CON 2010: Jim Mahfood's visual mash-up of sex, pot, punk and funk

     
    COMIC-CON 2010: JULY 24-29 The now-familiar complaint at Comic-Con International is that the event has become too much about movie stars and not enough about comic-book creators but, on closer inspection, there's a new wrinkle at the massive San Diego.......
  • Art review: 'Dennis Hopper Double Standard' @ MOCA's Geffen Contemporary

     
    "Dennis Hopper Double Standard" opened Sunday at the Geffen Contemporary, the Museum of Contemporary Art's Little Tokyo warehouse. A sense of melancholy hangs over the late Hollywood maverick's photographs, paintings, sculptures and mixed-media works....
  • From Harlow to Clooney: The largest-ever collection of glamour photography goes up for auction

     
    Mad about old Hollywood? Now may be your chance to nab a classic photo from Tinseltown's storied history. Thousands of classic Hollywood glamour photographs from the Michael H. Epstein and Scott E. Schwimer collection will be auctioned off on March......
  • The next days of disco

    The next days of disco
    Unless he is entertaining — and his friends do like to hang at his plastic-fantastic bachelor pad — Leon Gazarian is the only living thing in his Encino condominium. If he wants to see plant life, Gazarian looks out the window, past his...
  • Chow restaurant lawsuit: Too many Chows in the kitchen?

    Chow restaurant lawsuit: Too many Chows in the kitchen?
    Is there room enough in the world of upscale Chinese restaurants for more than one man named Chow? There is Michael Chow, the designer and art collector from Shanghai by way of London who founded the chain of famous Mr. Chow restaurants in 1968. And...