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  • Frank Gehry pays a visit to old stamping grounds — Columbia

    Forty years after Frank Gehry completed a series of buildings in the fledgling "new town" of Columbia, the current master developer wants him to come back and design more. The Dallas-based Howard Hughes Corp., which in 2010 took over as lead developer of...
  • Danh Vo wins 2012 Hugo Boss Prize from Guggenheim Foundation

    Danh Vo wins 2012 Hugo Boss Prize from Guggenheim Foundation
    Artist Danh Vo has been named the winner of the 2012 Hugo Boss Prize, which is administered by the Guggenheim Foundation. Vo, who was born in Vietnam in 1975 and grew up in Denmark, will have a solo exhibition at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New...
  • Great buildings for a great city

    Great buildings for a great city
    Developers in downtown Baltimore seek tax breaks and infrastructure improvements for their projects. In return for those benefits, Baltimore should require an architectural design competition in an effort to make the city a center for world-class...
  • Father Maur van Doorslaer dies at 87; famed for folksy plaques

    Father Maur van Doorslaer dies at 87; famed for folksy plaques
    Father Maur van Doorslaer lived a kind of double life. For decades, the Benedictine monk spent half the year working in a studio at an abbey in Belgium, painting abstract art in varying shades of white. For the other half, he took in the High Desert...
  • Thomas Demand: A journey in great demand

    Thomas Demand: A journey in great demand
    John Lautner believed that "architecture should be really odd." To this end the midcentury American architect dotted Southern California with a concrete, glass and copper volcano for Bob Hope's second home, a dwelling that looks like a UFO perched on a...
  • James Turrell shapes perceptions

    FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — Flying a couple of thousand feet above a volcanic field in Arizona near the Painted Desert, it's fairly easy to spot the extinct volcano known as the Roden Crater. It stands alone in the field, apart from hundreds of other...
  • Metropolitan Museum of Art hikes recommended admission to $25

     
    Visiting New York's biggest art museum is about to get more expensive. The Metropolitan Museum of Art said this week that it is raising its recommended admission by $5 to $25 starting July 1.While paying the full amount is technically......
  • Movie Review: Mr. Popper’s Penguins

     
    “Mr. Popper’s Penguins” is precious, protracted and pleasant enough, if not exactly potty trained. It pops from beloved children’s book to the screen as a passable time-passer for the pre-school set. Oh, the alliteration! That&#...
  • Architects group gives restaurant, lounge design awards

     
    Mendocino Farms in Marina del Rey, designed by Poon Design Inc., was named the People's Choice winner in the American Institute of Architects/Los Angeles annual awards in the cafe or bar category. It was one of several awards given out......
  • 2011 AIA Restaurant Design Award winners

     
    The American Institute of Architects announced the winners of its 2011 Restaurant Design Awards at a ceremony at the L.A. Convention Center on Friday. L.A. favorites claimed two of the three People's Choice Awards: the categories of lounge/nightclub...
  • The Arts on TV: Jackie Evancho; 'Rembrandt'; 'Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark'

     
    TV shows about theater, music, art and museums...