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  • Jess, Robert Duncan: a collaboration both romantic and artistic

     Jess, Robert Duncan: a collaboration both romantic and artistic
    It was a romance that fueled an intense artistic collaboration. The relationship between Robert Duncan and Jess Collins, simply known as Jess, was the envy of many friends, straight and gay alike. But it was the men's influence on each other's work...
  • Community theater offers a diverse lineup of plays and musicals this season

    Community theater offers a diverse lineup of plays and musicals this season
    Each season, thousands of theater-goers come out and support the hundreds of actors, musicians and those behind the scene who make possible community theater in our area. Many of these amateur performers work all day and rehearse all evening to bring...
  • READER SUBMITTED: International Contemporary Artist Space Presents INK Platter

    International Contemporary Art Space (ICAS) is hosting four native Chinese artists for its September exhibition titled Ink Platter. The four artists that are featured include Deng Shihua, Wang Huanbo, Su Yohui and Zhao Qin. All four artists have become...
  • Glam slam: Fashion, art at MCA's Bowie gala

    Glam slam: Fashion, art at MCA's Bowie gala
    Art, music, and fa-fa-fa-fa-fashion, collided Sept. 20. The event was the lavish gala celebrating the opening of the highly anticipated "David Bowie Is…" exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art. The results were spectacular. Some of...
  • Wild architecture makes German cinema come alive at LACMA

    Wild architecture makes German cinema come alive at LACMA
    Movies can be great. Art can be great. But put them together in a museum exhibition, and the combination can be not-so-great. In fact, it can be downright tedious: acres of wall space jammed with photos and film posters, all punctuated by dim projection...
  • Food and wine festivals and fundraisers coming this fall

    Food and wine festivals and fundraisers coming this fall
    Food and wine events are a welcome addition to the fall season. The cool weather offers the perfect occasion to gather up friends and head outdoors. The lineup ranges from large outdoor festivals to more intimate fundraisers that often feature our...
  • Pasadena AxS Festival debuts Dutch artist Cocky Eek's Sphaerae

    Pasadena AxS Festival debuts Dutch artist Cocky Eek's Sphaerae
    On a patch of velvety grass across the street from the Norton Simon Museum in Pasadena, a swath of white fabric lies unfurled on the ground, like a deflated parachute. This is Sphaerae -- and she is hungry. Soon Sphaerae will be fed five bathtubs' worth...
  • Clare Graham sees art where others see junk

    Clare Graham sees art where others see junk
    It's something of a meta twist: an artist's gallery, re-created within a museum and serving as the central art piece of the gallery. But that's in line with much of artist Clare Graham's work. The 65-year-old obsessive collector and found-object...
  • 'David Bowie Is' and the dangers of 'theme creep'

    'David Bowie Is' and the dangers of 'theme creep'
    The Museum of Contemporary Art is going all out for David Bowie — some 400 objects, a gala, a Tumblr blog, a sponsorship from Louis Vuitton. This is understandable; the exhibit, organized by London's Victoria & Albert Museum, is making Chicago its...
  • Independent films and 'Good Ol' Freda' in Pompano Beach

    Independent films and 'Good Ol' Freda' in Pompano Beach
    The Southern Circuit Tour of Independent Filmmakers will bring six critically lauded documentaries, and their filmmakers, to Bailey Contemporary Arts in Pompano Beach in a monthly series beginning Saturday, and as much as its host, veteran South Florida...
  • Moment of Friday: Hagfish hanky-panky, Lily Simonson's oceanic obsession

    Moment of Friday: Hagfish hanky-panky, Lily Simonson's oceanic obsession
    Step into the main exhibition hall at CB1 Gallery in downtown Los Angeles and you will see a series of stark, practically Martian landscapes illuminated by blacklight. These paintings, however, do not depict alien worlds. They are a series of works...