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  • Critical Mass

    Critical Mass
    When the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation awarded the pro-verbial "genius grant" to Dave Hickey in 2001, it noted his "original perspectives on contemporary art in essays that engage academic and general audiences equally." Many may have...
  • Kandinsky retrospective is natural for Guggenheim

    Kandinsky retrospective is natural for Guggenheim
    "Kandinsky," the big exhibition of 95 oil paintings made between 1902 and 1942 by the visionary pioneer of abstraction, Vasily Kandinsky, is a show that looks like it was made expressly for the spiral ramp of the Guggenheim Museum. That's because in a...
  • 'Frank Lloyd Wright in Pop-Up' by Roland Lewis

    'Frank Lloyd Wright in Pop-Up' by Roland Lewis
    To open a book and have the Guggenheim Museum curve out at your fingertips isn't quite as breathtaking as visiting the real thing in New York, but it's not a bad substitute. And the other fold-outs in Roland Lewis' oversize " Frank Lloyd Wright in Pop-Up"...
  • 'Hearts of the City' by Herbert Muschamp

    'Hearts of the City' by Herbert Muschamp
    Hearts of the City The Selected Writings of Herbert Muschamp Herbert Muschamp Alfred A. Knopf: 888 pp., $50 In December 1997, with the Getty Center finally set to open its expansive hilltop campus after more than a decade of frustration, Herbert...
  • Cultural Exchange: Israeli city reviving itself as an arts attraction

    Cultural Exchange: Israeli city reviving itself as an arts attraction
    Even residents of this sand-blown suburb — once known for crime and middle-class flight — used to joke that the best part of town was the road to neighboring Tel Aviv. Lately, however, traffic is moving in the opposite direction. With a dozen...
  • A Golden State of artwork

    A Golden State of artwork
    Nearly 50 artists from around California will show off their artwork at a special exhibit that begins at 1 p.m. Sunday at the Orange County Museum of Art near Fashion Island. "2010 California Biennial" curator Sarah Bancroft said she hopes to give...
  • More Legoland lowdown: Prices, rides, what's in and out

    More Legoland lowdown: Prices, rides, what's in and out
    We have a couple of Legoland Florida renderings and more complete information about the Winter Haven theme park, which is scheduled to open in October 2011. These are renderings from the park's Castle Hill section, which will be new construction at...
  • 'When in Rome'

    Touchstone Pictures bills "When in Rome" as a product of "the studio that brought you 'The Proposal.' " While factually accurate, this is like saying the movie was filmed with actors, using a script, a dolly grip and lots of lights, like "Ben-Hur."...
  • Monster Mash: Paula Wagner eyes 'Saigon'; Guggenheim's birthday; is 'Shrek' a turkey?

     
    -- Stage to screen: Film producer Paula Wagner (pictured) is planning a film adaptation of the musical "Miss Saigon." (Variety) -- Birthday bash: New York's Guggenheim Museum celebrates its 50th anniversary today by offering free admission to all....
  • Monster Mash: Huntington Library to receive $100-million-plus gift; more 'Spider-Man' safety issues

     
    Windfall: The Huntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical Gardens in San Marino is expected to receive a gift exceeding $100 million from the estate of the late Frances Brody. (Los Angeles Times) Safety first: State inspectors were scheduled to...
  • Nick Flynn (‘Suck City’) gives free reading at Atlantic Center

     
    Nick Flynn is Wednesday night's author at the Atlantic Center for the Arts' weeklong series of free public readings. The center is hosting the second annual Blue Flower Arts Winter Writers’ Conference through Saturday, Jan. 15. All readings take place...