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  • LACMA curators lobby for new pieces at Collectors Committee event

    LACMA curators lobby for new pieces at Collectors Committee event
    Nine o'clock on a Saturday morning might seem a tad early for an art opening, but this one, at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, is particularly spirited. About 200 people -- trustees, patrons, museum curators and others, some of whom have flown...
  • Free Lladro event in Dania Beach gallery

    Free Lladro event in Dania Beach gallery
    It will be a lot more exciting than watching paint dry. That’s because when Lladro artist Amparo Martinez visits Dania Beach’s Gallery of Amazing Things (G.O.A.T.) this Tuesday, April 29, she will be showing South Floridians something rarely...
  • MOCA welcomes artist Francesco Vezzoli to L.A. in old Hollywood style

    MOCA welcomes artist Francesco Vezzoli to L.A. in old Hollywood style
    Los Angeles' Museum of Contemporary Art celebrated the opening of its “Cinema Vezzoli” exhibition on Friday night with a dinner at the historic Hollywood haunt Musso & Frank. With the Hollywood Walk of Fame outside, and the ghosts of...
  • Atheneum Receives Donation Of Arts & Crafts Decoratives

    Atheneum Receives Donation Of Arts & Crafts Decoratives
    The Wadsworth Atheneum in Hartford has completed the acquisition of 50 pieces donated by the late prominent arts and crafts collector Stephen Gray. The bequest is made up of early Gustav Stickley furniture, metalwork, prints and pottery selected by...
  • 'The Voice' recap: Top 10 perform amid tweet bromance

    Word of advice: Don't give Blake Shelton your personal cellphone number — unless you don't mind having him tweet it out to his 6 million followers. Because that's what he appeared to do to his fellow coach and bromantic sparring partner Adam...
  • Surfboards on Parade collection to be unveiled at Art Center

     Surfboards on Parade collection to be unveiled at Art Center
    Bill Stewart and Wade Koniakowsky used chance to determine which of them would paint the front side of their board for the Surfboards on Parade exhibit in Huntington Beach. Still, by the time the public sees the board, any notion of "front" and "back"...
  • Works by Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera, Walker Evans to appear at NSU Museum of Art

    Works by Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera, Walker Evans to appear at NSU Museum of Art
    The fingerprints of Bonnie Clearwater are all over the NSU Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale's 2014-2015 schedule. The lineup of 10 exhibitions, announced last week, constitutes the first full season to be curated by Clearwater since she became the museum's...
  • Benefit at Santa Monica Museum of Art puts guesswork into artworks

    The Santa Monica Museum of Art's annual Incognito benefit may be the most democratic of all Los Angeles art world soirees: 700 works for sale by emerging and famous artists alike, all 10 by 10 inches and exactly $350 — with the artists' identities...
  • Sculpture in the Garden honors Sam Maloof, other California artists

     Sculpture in the Garden honors Sam Maloof, other California artists
    From his woodworking studio in San Bernardino County, Sam Maloof made exquisitely refined rocking chairs that epitomized midcentury California craft. The legacy of Maloof, who died five years ago, includes the biennial Sculpture in the Garden event, which...
  • Review: Rapt in Byzantine gold at Getty Villa's 'Heaven and Earth'

     Review: Rapt in Byzantine gold at Getty Villa's 'Heaven and Earth'
    Think of Byzantium, and a color leaps to mind. That color is gold. The empire ruled from the crossroads of the Mediterranean and the Black Sea for a thousand years between AD 324 and its final collapse in 1453. At the Getty Villa in Pacific Palisades,...
  • Tech mogul Oliver Luckett connects with emerging artists in a big way

     Tech mogul Oliver Luckett connects with emerging artists in a big way
    Oliver Luckett has perfected the art of excess. Seemingly every inch of the walls in his Los Angeles tech start-up, theAudience, is crowded with murals and framed works by street artists such as Shepard Fairey as well as contemporary artists like Jere...