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  • Datebook: Wild architecture, erotic painting, historic portraiture

    Datebook: Wild architecture, erotic painting, historic portraiture Carolina A. Miranda Los Angeles Times A solo outing by a master of lowbrow in Hollywood...bulbous babes in Beverly Hills...and wild architectural schemes in Westwood. Plus: historic...
  • Thomas Demand undercuts what we think photographs show us

    Thomas Demand undercuts what we think photographs show us
    For a dozen years, German artist Thomas Demand has been constructing elaborate sculptures of still lifes, landscapes and building interiors from colored paper and then photographing them. The sculptures are based on color photographs, so his process...
  • SoCal arts groups courting a new donor source: Chinese Americans

     SoCal arts groups courting a new donor source: Chinese Americans
    Old money, meet new yuan. The Los Angeles Philharmonic has never held a concert to officially mark Chinese New Year, but that changes Thursday night when the Phil kicks off a three-concert series featuring Chinese soloists at Walt Disney Concert Hall....
  • Best bets for Feb. 21

    Best bets for Feb. 21
    Family Chinese New Year Party: Usher in the Year of the Sheep with an all-day Chinese New Year celebration. The day will be filled with tours, tea samples, storytelling, lectures and a raku-firing demonstration. The museum cafe will be serving Chinese...
  • Henry Segerstrom, O.C. developer and philanthropist, dies at 91

    Henry Segerstrom, O.C. developer and philanthropist, dies at 91
    Henry T. Segerstrom, the courtly real estate developer and arts philanthropist who was instrumental in transforming Orange County from a provincial bedroom community into a nexus of culture and commerce, has died. He was 91. Segerstrom died Friday at...
  • Contemporary opens first exhibit after nearly three-year hiatus

    Contemporary opens first exhibit after nearly three-year hiatus
    Nearly three years after the Contemporary arts organization abruptly shut its doors in mid-exhibition and eliminated the jobs of its five-member staff, a big neon "C" on the outside of the KAGRO building in Station North will glow cherry pink Saturday...
  • Glendale breaks ground on affordable housing with artists in mind

    Glendale breaks ground on affordable housing with artists in mind
    Construction of a 70-unit affordable housing project for local artists got underway in downtown Glendale Tuesday following a groundbreaking ceremony. In the pipeline for several years, the Glendale Arts Colony was developed with the intent of giving...
  • 'School of Art' headlines February ArtWauk

    'School of Art' headlines February ArtWauk
    Waukegan's Urban Edge Gallery has certainly cast a wide net in collaborating with artists, drawing from not only the Midwest's pool of talent but from as far away as Afghanistan. But this weekend sees the three-year-old Clayton Street gallery blazing...
  • Museum of Contemporary Art to get a makeover

    Museum of Contemporary Art to get a makeover
    Chicago's Museum of Contemporary Art will be changing its logo and remaking key portions of its building to make it more friendly to museumgoers, the institution is scheduled to announce Friday morning. The current restaurant space, 3,000 square feet at...
  • 15 things to do with your kids Feb. 16-22

      Monday, Feb. 16: CHICAGO AUTO SHOW FAMILY DAY Your junior mechanics and race car drivers didn't need an official day to check out all the cars on display through Feb. 22. Nevertheless the Chicago Auto Show hosts its annual Family Day on Presidents...
  • Partnership to explore role of arts in health care

    Partnership to explore role of arts in health care
    Dr. Phillips Center and Florida Hospital have come together to create a school and research center that focuses on the intersection of arts and health, an initiative that could put Central Florida in the forefront of this emerging field. The Dr....