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  • Regen Projects, at 25, has grown into a fixture in L.A. art world

    Regen Projects, at 25, has grown into a fixture in L.A. art world
    Early Thursday morning in Hollywood, Regen Projects gallery feels like a theater in the hours before the launch of a new production. Works of art sit patiently in corners and hallways, waiting to be called to their places. Here, a visceral sculpture...
  • Helen Molesworth, MOCA's new chief curator, relishes the possibilities

    Helen Molesworth, MOCA's new chief curator, relishes the possibilities
    On this dark, rainy afternoon, Museum of Contemporary Art chief curator Helen Molesworth is hunkered down inside her office, bundled up in the copious folds of a fuzzy, gray sweater — and she is making sausage. That's what Molesworth calls this...
  • Aieeee! MoMA to host Yoko Ono exhibition

    Aieeee! MoMA to host Yoko Ono exhibition
    Yoko Ono — transgressive conceptual artist, widow of John Lennon, bane of Beatles fans, peace activist and enduring feminist icon — will receive a major solo exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art in New York in 2015, the organization...
  • Warm spots in Pierre Huyghe's often chilly Conceptualism at LACMA

    The traveling 20-year retrospective of French Conceptual artist Pierre Huyghe turns the Los Angeles County Museum of Art into a mammoth vivarium — a carefully orchestrated, walk-in terrarium-cum-aquarium. The exhibition creates a self-contained...
  • Datebook: Videos about secrets, photography about rising tides

    Datebook: Videos about secrets, photography about rising tides
    Visceral video pieces about secrets, a show devoted to the ways in which man is contending with rising seas, and a photographer who takes on L.A.’s bus system. Plus: an anniversary show and a video about hallways. It’s all happening in L.A....
  • At Penn, students can get credit for 'Wasting Time on the Internet'

    Lucky creative writing students in a University of Pennsylvania seminar will be able to earn academic credit for wasting time on the Internet next spring. The class, appropriately titled "Wasting Time on the Internet," will require its students to spend...
  • Rapt in luxury: a selection of extravagant holiday vacation spots

    Rapt in luxury: a selection of extravagant holiday vacation spots
    If you dream of a holiday steeped in extravagance — a visit to a tropical beach, a dash down a private ski slope or an evening in a whiskey room stocked with rare single malts — a number of notable new hotels may fulfill your dreams....
  • 'Boyhood' wins best film of 2014 honor from N.Y. Film Critics Circle

    'Boyhood' wins best film of 2014 honor from N.Y. Film Critics Circle
    "Boyhood," Richard Linklater's acclaimed coming-of-age drama shot over a 12-year period, was named best film of 2014 on Monday by the New York Film Critics Circle. "Boyhood" also won awards for director Linklater and supporting actress for Patricia...
  • MOCA announces 2015-16 exhibition schedule

    MOCA announces 2015-16 exhibition schedule
    The Museum of Contemporary Art, after no major exhibitions since a "Mike Kelley” show in March, has finally announced a 2015-16 programming schedule. Highlights include a Matthew Barney show at the Geffen Contemporary next fall, coming to L.A....
  • 3,700-pound sculpture you can sit on is flown up to Palm Springs tram

    3,700-pound sculpture you can sit on is flown up to Palm Springs tram
    The Palm Springs Art Museum on Wednesday moved a 3,700-pound carved granite bench up to its new perch at 8,500 feet on a patio at the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway high above the desert city. It may be "one of the few pieces of public art at this...
  • Lack of information about Lucas' 'narrative art'

    Lack of information about Lucas' 'narrative art'
    The recently released conceptual plan for the proposed Lucas Museum of Narrative Art is distracting. It is a distraction from the real issue at hand: whether the museum — as a nascent institution — warrants a prime site on Chicago's...