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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...
  • Diversión muy cerca a casa

    Diversión muy cerca a casa
    Llegó la Navidad y con ella la ansiedad de "¿Qué vamos a hacer después de abrir los regalos?" o "¿Para dónde vamos hoy?" Y cuando se acerca el Año Nuevo, ni hablar. Ahí la duda es: "¿nos quedamos en casa o nos aventuramos a salir?" Tal vez tú te...
  • D.C. gallerist off to auspicious start in Mount Vernon

    D.C. gallerist off to auspicious start in Mount Vernon
    A cozy block of Read Street in Mount Vernon has a new neighbor in a storefront last occupied by a liquor store. The spirits emanating from the space now are of a more ethereal nature. Randall Scott Projects, a commercial gallery, relocated this fall...
  • Dancing about architecture

    Dancing about architecture
    The Graham Foundation occupies a stately mansion on the Gold Coast. Rooms that used to be richly wallpapered and filled with fine furnishings now house spare displays devoted to architecture. Since it isn't always immediately apparent what these shows...
  • Howard Fried's set of imperatives play out unexpectedly

    Howard Fried's set of imperatives play out unexpectedly
    Howard Fried wants to tell you what to do. The 68-year-old Bay Area artist is fascinated by systems and rules and following them to their logical conclusions. Underlying this fascination is a distinct interest in power and its limits: the extent to...
  • Paul Pescador's layered images riff on consumer overload

    Paul Pescador's layered images riff on consumer overload
    Filmmaker and performance artist Paul Pescador turns his eye to photography in a playful exhibition at Park View. Capturing arrangements of found objects with a keen eye for color and composition, Pescador’s photographs evoke high-art...
  • 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...
  • Amy Adler at play with forms at once concrete and abstract

    Amy Adler at play with forms at once concrete and abstract
    Amy Adler’s large drawings of playground equipment at ACME capture a vocabulary of rounded forms — ladders, bridges, railings, slides — familiar from parks and schools throughout the Southland and beyond. But by depicting the...
  • Evolving sculptural ideas from Charles Ray

    Evolving sculptural ideas from Charles Ray
    For the past few years, Charles Ray has created metal sculptures that are machined rather than cast, resulting in solid, life-size figures weighing thousands of pounds. The process refers back to the subtractive carving techniques of Classical statuary,...
  • Weekend preview: Ho, ho, ho, Flo, Flo, Flo

    Weekend preview: Ho, ho, ho, Flo, Flo, Flo
    The eclectic boogaloo of the holiday season finds its rhythm this weekend, in events big and small, red and white, wet and dry. The evolution of Flagler Village into a hub of residential activity continues on Friday with the downtown Fort Lauderdale...
  • Brass tacks: Tuba-licious event on tap

    Brass tacks: Tuba-licious event on tap
    If you have ever wondered "who plays a tuba?" — and who hasn't? — you will be able to find an answer, or hundreds of them, Saturday at the venerable and exquisite Palmer House Hilton, where some 400 tuba-playing people will gather with their...