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  • Surfboards on Parade exhibit has 'grand unveiling'

    Surfboards on Parade exhibit has 'grand unveiling'
    The Huntington Beach Art Center filled with an impressive crowd Thursday evening — and that wasn't even counting the topless mermaid, scowling Tiki or rampaging shark. As the clock ticked toward unveiling time at the Main Street museum, black...
  • Photo exhibit brings motherhood to light

    Photo exhibit brings motherhood to light
    Being a mother means holding a naked toddler while trying to go to the toilet. It is a scar the shape of a wide smile across an abdomen. It involves years of tests, injections and regimented scheduling. It gives a grown-up permission to play dead, get...
  • Artists take one on a garden journey, abstractly

    Artists take one on a garden journey, abstractly
    Artists have looked at nature with a new eye, creating works in paintings, photographs, installations, drawings and printmaking for "Abstracting From Nature," an exhibition that opened Sunday at the Sturt Haaga Gallery in Descanso Gardens. Upon first...
  • Painting through the pain

    Painting through the pain
    In summer 2005, when Melody Moyse visited southern India after the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami, she found children in survival mode, silent and weak, and certainly not ready to talk about the disaster that killed their parents and siblings. Moyse arrived...
  • Artist's work shows her yearning

    Artist's work shows her yearning
    A sense of calm washes over Cynthia Sitton when she discusses art. The words she uses are telling — "refuge," "respite" and "peace." Art has been a lifeline for the San Juan Capistrano resident, and in her case, that's neither lip service nor an...
  • Can Getty keep prized 'Bronze'? Italy's high court delays ruling

    Can Getty keep prized 'Bronze'? Italy's high court delays ruling
    Italy's highest court has once more delayed a ruling on whether it will affirm a lower court's decision ordering the Getty Museum to return one of its most prized antiquities, the so-called Getty Bronze, to Italy after 36 years as one of the foremost...
  • Sarah Ali selected for new Art in Chambers exhibition

    Sarah Ali selected for new Art in Chambers exhibition
    The City of Winter Park Public Art Advisory Board has chosen the newest "Art in Chambers" exhibit, which will feature paintings by Sarah Ali. The exhibition will be open for public viewing from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, in City Hall...
  • For Mother's Day, a lesson in dignity at Museum of Art, Fort Lauderdale

    For Mother's Day, a lesson in dignity at Museum of Art, Fort Lauderdale
    Mother's Day weekend is a perfect time to consider a few quiet moments with Miami Beach resident Bob Adelman’s powerful civil-rights photography in “The Movement” at the NSU Museum of Art, Fort Lauderdale. As a straightforward...
  • An auction house does clumsy art-shtick

    An auction house does clumsy art-shtick
    Odds are you won’t be bidding at Christie’s special contemporary art auction Monday night in New York. With estimates running as high as $12 million for a 1985 multiple of a Jeff Koons aqualung cast in bronze, which would helpfully drag...
  • Taking a tour through the past at Museums of the Arroyo

    Taking a tour through the past at Museums of the Arroyo
    You may know that those colorful Victorian houses visible from the Arroyo Seco Parkway (the old Pasadena Freeway) are all part of the Heritage Square Museum. You may have visited the 1908 Arts and Crafts Gamble House once or checked out an exhibit at...
  • Museum architect Zoltan Pali no longer on the project, academy says

    Museum architect Zoltan Pali no longer on the project, academy says
    Zoltan Pali, one of the architects hired to work on the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences’ future museum, has left the project, the academy has confirmed. Pali, of the Culver City firm SPF:a, had been working with Italian architect...