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  • Subtle shades of greatness frame cinematography nominations

    Subtle shades of greatness frame cinematography nominations
    Gray is the new black. Night, the new day. Rain, the new sun. Clouds gather, shadows linger. The Oscar-nominated cinematographers' images fill the screen with a beauty only possible in worlds gone monochromatic, turning the most elemental of color...
  • Civil Rights photo exhibit in Fort Lauderdale

    Civil Rights photo exhibit in Fort Lauderdale
    Photographer Bob Adelman was a Zelig-like observer of people and events that helped define 20th century pop culture in America. He was a New York art-scene insider who was close friends with Roy Lichtenstein and ran with the Warhol crowd. He exchanged...
  • The last best witness

    The last best witness
    One of the most powerful images in "The Movement," the NSU Museum of Art, Fort Lauderdale photography exhibition about the Civil Rights Era, shows a group of demonstrators being assaulted with fire hoses at Kelly Ingram Park in Birmingham, Ala., on May 3,...
  • New MOCA director Philippe Vergne prompts cautious optimism

     New MOCA director Philippe Vergne prompts cautious optimism
    The Museum of Contemporary Art continues to take steps toward pulling itself out of a deep, nearly six-year slump that almost sank the once widely acclaimed institution. With $100 million in endowment pledges and an ambitious plan to up that ante by 50%,...
  • Glendale officials seek artist proposals for downtown murals on utility boxes

    Glendale officials seek artist proposals for downtown murals on utility boxes
    Glendale officials are seeking proposals from artists who want to paint murals on 26 utility boxes to brighten up downtown Glendale. Painting the utility boxes would be the first step in a $1.4 million plan to make Glendale more arts-friendly like...
  • Cesar Garcia's the Mistake Room opens in downtown L.A.

    Cesar Garcia's the Mistake Room opens in downtown L.A.
    The downtown industrial district just got a little bit cooler. The area, already home to Night Gallery on the southern edge of downtown, saw the opening Friday night of the Mistake Room. The nonprofit exhibition space will feature contemporary art and...
  • LA Art Show: Tips for young collectors

    LA Art Show: Tips for young collectors
    When the LA Art Show -- which wrapped its 19th event on Sunday -- launched its first underground art section this year, executive producer Kim Martindale had some concerns. Among them: The show has been criticized in the past for being less focused than...
  • At 90 years old, Orlando Museum of Art plans to keep up with the times

    At 90 years old, Orlando Museum of Art plans to keep up with the times
    Even as Orlando Museum of Art celebrates its 90th anniversary with an exhibition of centuries-old paintings, director Glen Gentele has an eye on the future. "I want this museum to be resonant in the community, in the state, in the Southeast region,"...
  • New MOCA director Philippe Vergne plans an artist-enabling museum

    New MOCA director Philippe Vergne plans an artist-enabling museum
    NEW YORK — There are diverse references to art in the office of Philippe Vergne, the man who will be the next director of Los Angeles' Museum of Contemporary Art: a framed photo of artist Walter de Maria's "The Lightning Field," a glossy picture...
  • Stolen Nazi art part of Norton Museum Thursday talk

    Stolen Nazi art part of Norton Museum Thursday talk
    Ferdinand Bol's 1656 painting "King Pyrrhus" is among the oldest works in the Norton Museum of Art's private collection, but its role as looted Nazi treasure during World War II is the subject of a talk Thursday night at the museum. Jerry Dobrick, the...
  • Grammys 2014: A conversation with executive producer Ken Ehrlich

    Grammys 2014: A conversation with executive producer Ken Ehrlich
    For more than three decades, the Grammys' longtime executive producer Ken Ehrlich has navigated a gamut of hurdles to pull off the annual telecast. A dizzying lineup of talent has been confirmed for Sunday's ceremony, including Paul McCartney, Beyonce,...