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  • Some 'walk right out' of L.A. gallery with Israeli, Iranian artists

    Some 'walk right out' of L.A. gallery with Israeli, Iranian artists
    Architect-turned-gallerist Shulamit Nazarian stretches out on the rooftop deck of her contemporary Venice art gallery, formerly a sleek Modernist house by the ocean. The rooftop, five stories high with a fire pit at its center, is an oasis of peace on...
  • Contemporary works from the United Arab Emirates to highlight L.A. Art Show

    The United Arab Emirates has been designated the "featured guest country" at the 2015 L.A. Art Show, scheduled for Jan. 14-18 at the Los Angeles Convention Center. A special exhibition,"Past Forward: Contemporary Art from the Emirates" will mark the...
  • Developer of new Bunker Hill apartment high-rise woos older residents

    Developer of new Bunker Hill apartment high-rise woos older residents
    Enough with the yuppies — this new Bunker Hill apartment building is for grown-ups. It's not that Related Cos. is trying to scare off young professionals who are flocking to downtown Los Angeles. It's just that it seems as if every other developer...
  • Reporting from Art Basel and Miami Art Week

    "In the Paint: the Wade Collection 2014," featuring artwork by Dwyane Wade at the Brisky Gallery By Micaela Hood, SouthFlorida.com,  3 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 6 When I think about Dwyane Wade, several things come to mind. He’s three-time NBA champ,...
  • How the Music Center broke new ground for major arts institutions

    How the Music Center broke new ground for major arts institutions
    First came the national anthem played by the Los Angeles Philharmonic, then a resplendent fanfare by Richard Strauss. But when 22 brass players and a pair of timpanists proclaimed the opening of the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion on Dec. 6, 1964, that...
  • What's New In Paris? The Louis Vuitton Arts Center

    What's New In Paris? The Louis Vuitton Arts Center
    PARIS — Paris could absolutely rest on her laurels. Even if the whole city ceased creating new and beautiful things to awe guests tomorrow, it would still be one of the most popular places to visit. Lord knows, producing those little Eiffel Tower...
  • Concert review: CSO presents a salute to Pierre Boulez

    Concert review: CSO presents a salute to Pierre Boulez
    The Chicago Symphony Orchestra's Beyond the Score series has been remiss in not exploring the music of living composers. Creative director Gerard McBurney made amends with his most recent presentation, "A Pierre Dream: A Portrait of Pierre Boulez," a...
  • Frank Gehry, inventing the future

    Frank Gehry, inventing the future
    He's an architect, not a psychic, but Frank Gehry can see into the future in part because he's the one creating it. Fresh off the opening of his floating glass ship of a museum in Paris, the indefatigable Gehry is at work on the Grand Avenue project...
  • Walter Isaacson on 'The Innovators'

    Walter Isaacson on 'The Innovators'
    We think of innovators in general, and the giants of the Digital Age in particular, as lone geniuses. But just as the heralded designs attributed to visionary architects such as Frank Gehry and Renzo Piano are actually group efforts produced by...
  • Originality enlivens the birthday party for Hurricane Mama

    Originality enlivens the birthday party for Hurricane Mama
    Hurricane Mama, the Walt Disney Concert Hall organ, is a young mama, but she's already made her mark as the model for a 21st century organ. For her 10th birthday party Sunday night, she had a brood of nine performers on hand to celebrate. And the first...
  • Can beautiful architecture inspire Americans to become good citizens?

    Can beautiful architecture inspire Americans to become good citizens?
    A hundred and some years ago, an aesthetic force called the City Beautiful movement professed the theory that grand public buildings, lovely civic palaces, could inspire Americans to become good citizens. It may be no coincidence that at the same time,...