| May 12, 2015
| 6:25 PM
Frank Gehry didn't know artist Chris Burden was sick. The two old friends were working on separate parts of Parc des Ateliers, a project in Arles, France, commissioned by Maja Hoffmann, an heir to pharmaceutical giant F. Hoffmann-La Roche and one of the...
| May 11, 2015
| 2:15 PM
Gustavo Dudamel and his wife, Eloísa Maturén, are teaming up on a production of Ariel Dorfman's play "Death and the Maiden" that is expected to open in the fall in Hollywood. The production will star Maturén, who is also co-producing, and will feature a...
| May 7, 2015
| 6:00 AM
Though still awaiting a planned new home in Culver City, the Jazz Bakery remains a visible force for jazz through its Moveable Feast concert series. That effort has gained further support with the news that the organization was awarded an NEA Art Works...
| May 2, 2015
| 9:12 PM
It was all good just a year ago.
In 2014, Patrick Dempsey was still television's sexiest neurosurgeon, and living in a house designed by star architect Frank Gehry that had been featured in Architectural Digest. Sure, he had a couple of embarrassing...
| Apr 14, 2015
| 11:24 AM
Emphasizing fresh faces and ideas instead of star architects and their familiar styles, organizers of the fledgling Chicago Architecture Biennial on Tuesday announced their first list of participating architects and artists as well as a $1 million gift...
| Apr 10, 2015
| 12:00 PM
Inside Stephanie Barron's glass-walled office, cluttered with memories of her nearly 40 years at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, there's a tacked-up printout of the 2014 portrait painter David Hockney created in her honor. Within arm's reach is a...
| Feb 17, 2015
| 2:08 PM
Hundreds of people poured into downtown over the weekend for a one-day only sneak peek of the Broad museum, which is scheduled to open officially in September. Though Eli Broad's new museum has yet to be completed — there is still construction...
| Apr 2, 2015
| 1:25 PM
One in a series of dispatches by Carolina A. Miranda on the architecture of Chile.
Wineries used to be buildings of almost pure industrial functionality: a space in which to truck in grapes and smash them, rooms of fermentation vats and cool,...
| Mar 22, 2015
| 5:00 AM
Jet lag can do strange things to a person. But it wasn't just a mixed-up body clock that had me awake at 3 a.m. during a trip to Japan a few years ago, madly scrolling through online ferry schedules and trying to plot a route by train, boat and taxi to...
| Mar 20, 2015
| 1:00 PM
"The public sector stopped making public space a long time ago," Los Angeles architect Jon Jerde told Wired magazine rather matter-of-factly in 1999. Jerde, who died last month at age 75, was best known for projects that were both resigned to and...
| Mar 13, 2015
| 11:53 AM
First in a series of dispatches by Carolina A. Miranda exploring the art and architecture of Chile.
Chilean architect Smiljan Radic is best known for seemingly coming out of nowhere to create the 2014 summer pavilion for London's Serpentine Gallery,...