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  • INTERVIEW-Long road ahead for Indian art - Christie's official

    India is falling behind Chinaas an emerging powerhouse on the global art scene because itrarely turns up at international art fairs or invests in newmuseums to promote its artists, an official at auctioneerChristie's said.
  • Frank Gehry defends Lucas Museum's novel design

    Frank Gehry defends Lucas Museum's novel design
    The recent outpouring of negative sentiment in Chicago against MAD Architects' proposal for George Lucas' lakefront museum is troubling to read. Chicago is a great city for architecture and has historically supported innovative, forward-looking work....

    Can beautiful architecture inspire Americans to become good citizens?

    Can beautiful architecture inspire Americans to become good citizens?
    A hundred and some years ago, an aesthetic force called the City Beautiful movement professed the theory that grand public buildings, lovely civic palaces, could inspire Americans to become good citizens. It may be no coincidence that at the same time,...

    Frank Gehry, inventing the future

    Frank Gehry, inventing the future
    He's an architect, not a psychic, but Frank Gehry can see into the future in part because he's the one creating it. Fresh off the opening of his floating glass ship of a museum in Paris, the indefatigable Gehry is at work on the Grand Avenue project...

    Students build Manhattan replica in show of can-do spirit

    Students build Manhattan replica in show of can-do spirit
    Students at Andersen Elementary in Newport Beach hustled around the stairs leading from classrooms to the school's library Wednesday afternoon, carefully stacking thousands of cans of vegetables, fruit and tuna to form a miniature Manhattan. From the...