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  • Architect Shigeru Ban, known for disaster relief, wins Pritzker Prize

    Architect Shigeru Ban, known for disaster relief, wins Pritzker Prize
    For the third time in five years, the Pritzker Prize is going to a Japanese architect. Shigeru Ban, a 56-year-old architect born in Tokyo, was named the winner of his profession’s top honor on Monday. Yet Ban’s architecture is markedly...
  • Frank Gehry: Inner Arbor plans 'deeply disturb me' [Letter]

    Frank Gehry: Inner Arbor plans 'deeply disturb me' [Letter]
    I have recently been made aware of plans for Symphony Woods that deeply disturb me ("Inner Arbor plans 'wow' Howard Co. design panel," Feb. 27). I remember Symphony Woods as a wooded site that was selected to be Columbia's Town Center Park. In 1965 Jim...
  • Stanley Grinstein dies at 86; unlikely L.A. arts patron

     Stanley Grinstein dies at 86; unlikely L.A. arts patron
    Stanley Grinstein, who played a pivotal role in the art scene in Los Angeles as it was evolving in the 1960s and '70s, was an unlikely candidate for that role. He was not an artist or even, at the beginning, a collector. He was in the forklift business...
  • Frank Gehry and Alexander Calder, a captivating union at LACMA

     Frank Gehry and Alexander Calder, a captivating union at LACMA
    Dressed in corduroy pants, slip-on black shoes and a windbreaker, Frank Gehry strolled through a tiny universe of thread and painted metal mobiles. Light, curves and shadows; all clutter stripped away. The shapes floated in silence and the architect,...
  • Furor follows L.A. Phil's Gustavo Dudamel

    Wherever he goes, Los Angeles Philharmonic music director Gustavo Dudamel is hailed as a symbol of El Sistema, Venezuela's model music education program. But Tuesday Dudamel arrived in L.A. as the subject of criticism for not speaking out against...
  • Review: Menil design by L.A.'s Johnston Marklee is deceptively simple

    Review: Menil design by L.A.'s Johnston Marklee is deceptively simple
    Sharon Johnston, who runs the Los Angeles firm Johnston Marklee & Associates with her husband Mark Lee, told me a couple of years ago that there was one key difference between their work and the mannered, loosely flamboyant designs of Thom Mayne, Frank...
  • Encore performances for two L.A. architectural landmarks

    Encore performances for two L.A. architectural landmarks
    Laugh all you want at those old public-access television clips of the late Dr. Gene Scott, the eccentric televangelist who sometimes wore two pairs of glasses at once and shouted at viewers to "Get on the telephone!" whenever his fundraising totals ebbed....
  • Eisenhower Memorial Commission approves revised Frank Gehry design

    Eisenhower Memorial Commission approves revised Frank Gehry design
    Amid rancorous public debate, the Eisenhower Memorial Commission voted unanimously Wednesday to move forward with a revised design by architect Frank Gehry. The memorial, which comes with an estimated price tag of more than $100 million, is to be...
  • Review: MOCA's revamped architecture show a model of insularity

    Review: MOCA's revamped architecture show a model of insularity
    The new architecture exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art — and we'll get to its ever-changing title in a moment — is the product of a museum in significant disarray. That much has been clear for several weeks, as MOCA director...
  • Frank Gehry-designed Schnabel House in Brentwood sells for $9.5 million

    Frank Gehry-designed Schnabel House in Brentwood sells for $9.5 million
    The Frank Gehry-designed Schnabel House in Brentwood has sold for $9.5 million. The seller is Tony Award-winning Broadway producer Jon B. Platt, who restored the home, according to Times archives. Built in 1989, the five-bedroom, five-bathroom residence...
  • DIY futurism

    DIY futurism
    Designers, celebrities or just plain folks -- everybody wants to tap into the zeitgeist. Or create it themselves. These days, nothing moves faster than a trend. The social-media-fed frenzy enables our access to the latest in fashion, interiors,...