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  • Louis Vuitton knows what's hot in Palm Springs; check out suggested itinerary

    Louis Vuitton knows what's hot in Palm Springs; check out suggested itinerary
    The Louis Vuitton Cruise show extravaganza in Palm Springs this week provided a cruise of the desert environs, too, which is appropriate considering the 1854 French luxury brand’s beginnings as a maker of high-end travel trunks.
  • 'Artists Unframed' shows Jackson Pollock and more in personal moments

    'Artists Unframed' shows Jackson Pollock and more in personal moments
    Images of painter Jackson Pollock at work in his studio are well known: The seemingly dark and brooding artist is crouched on the floor, intensely dripping or flicking brightly colored paint onto his canvases. Lesser known is the artist's domestic side:...

    'Light, Paper, Process' an inventive subversion of photography

    'Light, Paper, Process' an inventive subversion of photography
    Ansel Adams famously likened the printing of a negative to the performing of a musical score. Performance is also key to the seven artists in the Getty's exhilarating new show, "Light, Paper, Process: Reinventing Photography," but not in the way Adams...

    Cesar Chavez portrait to go on display at Smithsonian

    Cesar Chavez portrait to go on display at Smithsonian
    Gary Miyatake knew that getting Cesar Chavez to pose for a formal portrait would be tricky. But the photographer was sure he’d find a way, just as his grandfather, who introduced him to his craft, had found his way decades ago. Miyatake’...

    Op-Ed: Rail critique was early and short-sighted

    Today, many Californians would be astounded to learn that the Golden Gate Bridge was almost never built. The project faced thousands of lawsuits and detractors, including the great photographer Ansel Adams, who said that it would mar the beauty of the San...