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  • National Geographic magazine turns 125

     
    National Geographic magazine celebrates its 125th anniversary with a special October issue devoted to, none other than, photography....
  • A century of color and variation: The Latin American art world

    A century of color and variation: The Latin American art world
    The small exhibition installed in the alcove gallery near the ticket desk at the Norton Simon Museum in Pasadena is somewhat unexpected. In recognition of Hispanic and Latino Heritage Month, an institution noted for the depth of its European, Indian and...
  • The Museum of Art introduces two conversation-starting exhibitions

    The Museum of Art introduces two conversation-starting exhibitions
    There is no sarcasm or pretense in Bonnie Clearwater's voice when she describes the pair of exhibitions opening at the Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale as "Basel bait." The museum's new curator is referring to Art Basel, the tourism tornado that barrels...
  • Working as a photographer in the social media age

    Working as a photographer in the social media age
    Though a picture of your Caesar salad with a filter added may not be art to everybody, photo-editing on smart phones and social media sites has led to an explosion of interest in photography and sharing pictures. But if your job is to professionally...
  • 'Artificial Wilderness' Photography Exhibition at the Wadsworth Resonates Far and Wide

    'Artificial Wilderness' Photography Exhibition at the Wadsworth Resonates Far and Wide
    The photographer Edward Burtynsky demands your full attention. The only way to give him his due is to see his work exactly as it appears in "Artificial Wilderness," an exhibition on view through Jan. 4, 2014, at the Wadsworth Atheneum. Though 13 other...
  • The man who would be King

    The man who would be King
    Before the sideburns and the spangled Vegas jumpsuit, back when he was the future King of Rock 'n' Roll, Elvis Aaron Presley was the wild card from Tupelo, Miss., a man with a honeycomb baritone and hip-swaggering sex appeal about to perform on "The Ed...
  • The lowdown on Art Fallout

    The lowdown on Art Fallout
    To the contemporary-art collective Bedlam Lorenz Assembly, an abandoned lot in Fort Lauderdale's FAT Village should serve a dual purpose on Saturday: as a playground for children and as a battlefield for war. The 13,000-square-foot space will also...
  • He worked, watching his hometown burn

    He worked, watching his hometown burn
    My memories of the Laguna firestorm of 1993 are still vivid, 20 years later. I photographed the day of the burn, weeks of clean-up and the feature stories that followed. It was a distinctive career experience for me as a photographer, covering my...
  • Students capture city in contest

    Students capture city in contest
    Essays, videos and photographs from more than 200 Costa Mesa students proved there's no place quite like home for the city's youth. Participants, some as young as fifth graders, participated in the fourth-annual contest by the Costa Mesa Library...
  • iPhone 5s camera comparison test

     
    Nobody really wants to believe that they bought the lesser phone. Most people just stick with their phone contract and upgrade. Who really takes the time to research the best camera in a smart phone anyway?...
  • Glow is back, bringing all-night art to Santa Monica

     
    Glow commissioned several site - specific, interactive art projects to illuminate Santa Monica's iconic pier and surrounding beach. The event is produced by the City of Santa Monica and the Santa Monica Arts Foundation in partnership with the Santa Monica...