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  • Long an empty shell, vintage Long Beach home has plans for the future

     Long an empty shell, vintage Long Beach home has plans for the future
    It's not that the house has good bones or bad bones, but that it has been nothing but bones — for nearly nine years. Surrounded by a chain-link fence, decried by the neighbors and gawked at by passersby, the skeletal remains of 2810 E. 1st St....
  • From Tahrir Square to Ferguson, artist Glenn Kaino's rocks of protest

    From Tahrir Square to Ferguson, artist Glenn Kaino's rocks of protest
    Artist Glenn Kaino picked up his first rock in Cairo a couple of years back. He was in Egypt doing some research for the 13th annual Cairo Biennale, where he had been selected to represent the United States. Kaino's meanderings around the ancient city...
  • Wendy Whelan stops off at Colburn Dance Academy

    Wendy Whelan stops off at Colburn Dance Academy
    New York City Ballet's Wendy Whelan's first stop after she retires from the company Oct. 18? Downtown Los Angeles. The Colburn School announced Monday that Whelan will do a four-day residency this month at its new Colburn Dance Academy, a program that...
  • Sign spinners as performance art: Doug Aitken's 'happening' Saturday

    Sign spinners as performance art: Doug Aitken's 'happening' Saturday
    Doug Aitken’s solo exhibition of new work at Regen Projects, “Still Life,” may be about crystallization amid quick-shifting landscapes, both physical and ideological, but the artist himself is still very much on the move. In...
  • Date Farmers' new show at Ace: Blue-collar commentary in Beverly Hills

    Date Farmers' new show at Ace: Blue-collar commentary in Beverly Hills
    Coachella Valley artists Armando Lerma and Carlos Ramirez, a.k.a. the Date Farmers, led an ambitious project earlier this year that brought together a dozen international artists whose murals raised awareness for the "anonymous farm workers" east of...
  • Datebook: Photographic collages, haircuts by psychics, zine of zines

    Datebook: Photographic collages, haircuts by psychics, zine of zines
    Minimalist dance by an important New York choreographer, the wry collages of late L.A. artist Robert Heinecken, the work of a Japanese American Abstract Expressionist Matsumi Kanemitsu, as well as dance, performance and zines. Here’s what’s...
  • S. Florida has its own versions of the famous Hollywood Walk of Fame

    S. Florida has its own versions of the famous Hollywood Walk of Fame
    Did you know South Florida has its own versions of the Hollywood Walk of Fame? We decided to explore the area's honorary pathways to see who and what is there. Come and follow us on these short walks. — Johnny Diaz Fort Lauderdale Walk of Fame...
  • Museum free days 2014

    Museum free days 2014
    There's nothing like a day at the museum, but tickets can cost a pretty penny — especially if you bring the entire brood. Avoid pricey admission fees during these museum free days. Adler Planetarium* 1300 S. Lake Shore Drive (312-922-7827;...
  • Roundup: Jeffrey Deitch's return, new rules for L.A. skyline, Instagram art

    Roundup: Jeffrey Deitch's return, new rules for L.A. skyline, Instagram art
    How the helipad rule changed Los Angeles architecture and how Middle East strife affected art and architecture. Plus, cadmium paint, the artist effect on gentrification, artist soup from Fukushima ... and the return of Jeffrey Deitch. There's a lot...
  • Webcast from Munich of Strauss' 'The Silent Woman'

    Webcast from Munich of Strauss' 'The Silent Woman'
    The most highly anticipated opera production of the Los Angeles fall season is Australian director Barrie Kosky’s double bill of Purcell’s “Dido and Aeneas” and Bartók’s “Bluebeard’s Castle” at the L.A....
  • 'Mythical Creatures': Gary Baseman's search in 'Holocaust by Bullets' sites

    'Mythical Creatures': Gary Baseman's search in 'Holocaust by Bullets' sites
    When his father passed away in 2010 at the age of 93, artist Gary Baseman says he went through a very dark period. "I didn't cut my hair for, like, nine months," he recalls. "And my art, which has always been pretty playful and provocative, it got...