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Mark Rothko

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  • L.A. theater openings, May 11-18: 'Letters From Zora' and more

    L.A. theater openings, May 11-18: 'Letters From Zora' and more
    Vanessa Bell Calloway delivers "Letters from Zola" at Pasadena Playhouse. And South Coast Rep revisits its inaugural production, Moliere's "Tartuffe," to close out its 50th anniversary season. Letters From Zora Vanessa Bell Calloway portrays African...
  • TV Picks: 'Penny Dreadful,' 'Carbonaro Effect,' 'Let the Fire Burn'

    TV Picks: 'Penny Dreadful,' 'Carbonaro Effect,' 'Let the Fire Burn'
    "Penny Dreadful" (Showtime, Sundays). John Logan, the screenwriter of “Hugo,” “Skyfall,” “Gladiator” — and, just to confuse you, of the Tony-winning Mark Rothko play, “Red” — created this well-...
  • Showtime's 'Penny Dreadful' an elegantly beastly outing

     Showtime's 'Penny Dreadful' an elegantly beastly outing
    Having created and shared them throughout recorded time, we are well acquainted with monsters, their forms and habits, strengths and weaknesses, ways of appearing and disappearing. Homer and the Bible are full of awful beasties; Shakespeare gave us...
  • Mark Rothko painting vandalized in 2012 goes back on view at Tate

    Mark Rothko painting vandalized in 2012 goes back on view at Tate
    A Mark Rothko painting that was vandalized in 2012 at London's Tate Modern museum is back on view after undergoing restoration. "Black on Maroon," a work from 1958 that is part of the artist's so-called Seagram mural series, was the subject of an 18-month...
  • Drawn and Quarteted: Artists Find a 'Landing Place' in T.S. Eliot's Poetry

    When T.S. Eliot was completing his cycle of poems called The Four Quartets in 1942, German bombs were falling near where he worked in London. Given the setting and his own often inscrutable intellectualism, this work — six years in the making...
  • Baltimore Museum of Art mounts exhibit of 20th-century avant-garde painter Max Weber

    Baltimore Museum of Art mounts exhibit of 20th-century avant-garde painter Max Weber
    Baltimore helped the avant-garde painter Max Weber forge a national reputation in 1915. Now, nearly 100 years later, this could be the city where the late artist begins his long-overdue comeback. It's not that critics and curators are unfamiliar with...
  • Gripping return to the Lindbergh kidnapping

    Gripping return to the Lindbergh kidnapping
    So many 20th-century murders were dubbed "The Crime of the Century" that erstwhile Chicago playwright-turned-Academy-Award-nominated screenwriter John Logan could have made a career from that carnival of mayhem alone — perhaps as a decade-by-decade,...
  • Dolly Bright Silliman dies at 98; donated major artworks in L.A.

    Dolly Bright Silliman, who with her late husband, David E. Bright, helped launch the Los Angeles County Museum of Art with a major gift of works by Picasso, Modigliani, Miro and other 20th century masters, died of natural causes Sunday at her Westlake...
  • Watch Jay Z's 'Picasso Baby' performance-art piece

    Was it really a performance-art event, or just a glorified plug for his new album?  Probably some of both. In July, hip-hop artist Jay Z took over New York's Pace Gallery for several hours to stage a marathon version of "Picasso Baby," a single from his...
  • Memo to museums: Don't give away those glass cases

    Memo to museums:  Don't give away those glass cases
    Emily Graslie, the first chief curiosity correspondent at the Field Museum, has been furiously filing YouTube videos about precisely what goes on behind those grand doors. As Steve Johnson reported in the Tribune this week, the 24-year-old known for her...
  • Adam Schoenberg's life gives his music some 'Bounce'

    Adam Schoenberg's life gives his music some 'Bounce'
    Given his last name and the fact that he's a Los Angeles-based classical-music composer, Adam Schoenberg has been asked a certain question more times than he cares to remember: Is he related to the late, great 20th century composer Arnold Schoenberg?...