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Frank Gehry

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  • Disney Hall: 10 years of memorable performances

    Disney Hall: 10 years of memorable performances
    Although it is now celebrating its 10th anniversary, Walt Disney Concert Hall has been in operation during 11 calendar years, and in each one history has been made. The Los Angeles Philharmonic runs the venue, and the orchestra, under its president...
  • MOMA's architecture department takes on the megacity

    MOMA's architecture department takes on the megacity
    After taking on rising sea levels and the foreclosure crisis, the Museum of Modern Art’s newly activist architecture and design department is set to tackle the megacity. The museum on Thursday announced an exhibition and series of design workshops...
  • Review: Bowl's big night with Daniil Trifonov, a Schoenberg 'Bounce'

    Review: Bowl's big night with Daniil Trifonov, a Schoenberg 'Bounce'
    For those who like tangled webs of local connections with their music, the Hollywood Bowl served up a dandy of a lineup Tuesday night. There were two composers who lived their last years in Beverly Hills: George Gershwin on Roxbury Drive and Sergei...
  • It's a 'Starry Night' for the L.A. Phil in Disney Hall salute

    It's a 'Starry Night' for the L.A. Phil in Disney Hall salute
    The event: Monday night's “L.A. Phil Gala,” celebrating Walt Disney Concert Hall’s 10th anniversary and honoring the hall’s innovative architect Frank Gehry. The performance:  Gustavo Dudamel conducted the L.A. Phil in a varied...
  • Review: Nature sinks its roots into Santa Monica's new parks

    Review: Nature sinks its roots into Santa Monica's new parks
    Who knew James Corner, the landscape architect best known for his work on the acclaimed High Line elevated park in Manhattan, had such a picturesque streak? The British-born Corner and his New York firm Field Operations have just finished their first...
  • Disney Hall's architecture, not its music, lures many

    Disney Hall's architecture, not its music, lures many
    They come at night for Gustavo Dudamel. They come during the day for Frank Gehry. Not everyone visiting the Walt Disney Concert Hall during its first decade has been interested in experiencing the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra, it seems. "I'm not...
  • Frank Gehry's Grand vision to go before project committee

     Frank Gehry's Grand vision to go before project committee
    Frank Gehry and Related Cos. have kissed and made up. Now we'll see if city and county officials bless the reconciliation. After soliciting plans from other architects in recent months, Related has put Gehry back in charge of the design team for a $650-...
  • Diane Disney Miller dies at 79; philanthropist championed Disney Hall

    Walt Disney's name is on Los Angeles' world-famous concert hall, but it was a far less-known Disney who came from behind the scenes to ensure that architect Frank Gehry's vision for the building stayed intact. Diane Disney Miller, Walt Disney's eldest...
  • Diane Disney Miller, daughter of Walt Disney, dies at 79

    Diane Disney Miller, daughter of Walt Disney, dies at 79
    Diane Disney Miller, daughter of Walt Disney and a philanthropist in Los Angeles best known for keeping Frank Gehry on the job during a crucial phase of planning L.A.'s new concert hall, has died. She was 79. Miller died Tuesday at her home in Napa,...
  • Review: 4 World Trade Center as ground zero's reputation-builder

    NEW YORK — The mess at ground zero has been a collaborative production. The delays, backbiting, design compromises and massive cost overruns that have marked the rebuilding process at the World Trade Center site are the sorry collective work of...
  • Review: Tentative signs of progress in Metro's transit network design

    For two decades, and especially since voters approved a $40-billion transit tax in 2008, the L.A. County Metropolitan Transportation Authority has ranked among the most important patrons of public architecture in Southern California. It has often seemed...