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  • Photography by Coalition Children

    The face of 6-year-old Zayden Stephens is a contrast to the “Funny Face” title on a photograph of his brother that he made while living at the Coalition for the Homeless. The troubles families can have take a toll on the children, and art...
  • Bunny Yeager: The woman who made Bettie Page

    Bunny Yeager: The woman who made Bettie Page
    It is difficult to overstate the cultural influence of Bettie Page, the iconic 1950s pinup who has come to embody the rebellious sexuality that coursed below the conservative skin of the Eisenhower years. The banged and buxom Page continues to be a...
  • 2 Japanese photographers, 2 cultural camps at Getty Museum

    2 Japanese photographers, 2 cultural camps at Getty Museum
    "Japan's Modern Divide" at the Getty Museum expands to full scale the classic art history course drill: slides by two artists appear side by side on the screen; compare and contrast. The show features two mid-20th-century photographers who practiced...
  • 60th Anniversary: The changing role of the photojournalist

    60th Anniversary: The changing role of the photojournalist
    Dennis Decker, Director of News Operations at Channel 12, has seen things change in his 38 years as a photojournalist. "If you don't like change, this isn't the business to be in," said Decker. "This one of the first industries that seeks out...
  • Garry Winogrand and William Klein provide snapshots of 20th century culture

    Garry Winogrand and William Klein provide snapshots of 20th century culture
    The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art earlier this year mounted a major retrospective of Garry Winogrand's work, a sweeping photographic chronicle that offers a glimpse of American character from 1950 to the early 1980s. Winogrand — a...
  • In South Pasadena, a Koning Eizenberg house with artful appeal

    In South Pasadena, a Koning Eizenberg house with artful appeal
    Every once in a while, a house comes along that prompts us to rethink how we cover home design. The Sobieski house in South Pasadena is one of those houses: a series of rooms for an art-loving family that looks and functions like separate buildings -- a...
  • Halle Berry to testify on paparazzi limits

    SACRAMENTO -- The Capitol will get a touch of star power on Tuesday morning when actress Halle Berry testifies in favor of legislation that would limit paparazzi's ability to photograph the children of celebrities. The bill, SB 606, would modify the...
  • Halle Berry tells lawmakers paparazzi terrify her daughter

    Halle Berry tells lawmakers paparazzi terrify her daughter
    SACRAMENTO -- Actress Halle Berry painted a portrait of a life under siege Tuesday as she testified in favor of legislation that would increase limits on paparazzi. The bill, SB 606, is intended to protect children of celebrities and public officials...
  • Magnificent 'Wild Horses" at the Palm Springs ShortFest

    Magnificent 'Wild Horses" at the Palm Springs ShortFest
    Sometimes that queasy feeling when you say "action" is just the reality of directing your first short film. Sometimes, as “Wild Horses” director Stephanie Martin found, it’s morning sickness. The winner of the live action short/15...
  • Assignment: Blackhawks' journey

    Assignment: Blackhawks' journey
    Relive the Chicago Blackhawks' journey through the Stanley Cup Finals with this collection of images by Tribune Photographers. For the Chicago Blackhawks, what comes next is anything goes. What led them here was everything that mattered. All that...
  • Naughty photographer Helmut Newton gets his due at Annenberg Space, Los Angeles

    Until 2011, the sexually charged photographs of Helmut Newton had never been the subject of a major U.S. museum show. "It's a hypocrisy of the American psyche," says collector Manfred Heiting of the disparate reactions to Newton's hugely influential...