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  • Reading L.A.: Admirers of Los Angeles, warts and all

     
    Christopher Hawthorne's "Reading L.A." series considers books by Richard Longstreth, John Chase and William Alexander McClung....
  • Monster Mash: Louvre is most popular museum; Hockney vs. Hirst

     
    The Louvre Museum in Paris is once again the world's most-visited museum, with a record 8.8 million visitors last year. David Hockney has criticized Damien Hirst for relying on assistants to create his art work....
  • Book review: 'The Swimming Pool in Southern California Photography'

     
    Christopher Knight looks at "Backyard Oasis," a new book of swimming pool photographs....
  • Palm Springs museum dives into pool culture in 'Backyard Oasis'

     
    Palm Springs Art Museum shows swimming pool as symbols of dreams and reality in a show called "Backyard Oasis: The Swimming Pool in Southern California Photography."...
  • On Sunday: T.C. Boyle's basement, David Treuer and more

     
    A look at T.C. Boyle's papers that were in his basement but worth big money to the Ransom Center at the University of Texas....
  • Bubbletecture: Step inside CasaBubble and Airclad inflatables

     
    AirClad, a British company that makes an inflatable pool house, and CasaBubble, a California firm that designs pneumatic backyard guest rooms, are selling structures built with little more than lightweight PVC and air....
  • Found art in the Keys

    Found art in the Keys
    The road to the Upper Keys is paved with the blaze of poincianas. So far we have passed their painted red tops, pressed against the Turnpike's seam, along with nurseries and palm farms, houses shaped like barracks, canals and lakes, and the right-...
  • In the air in Milan, a whiff of California cool

    In the air in Milan, a whiff of California cool
    THE looks that designers sent down the men's spring runways in Milan and Paris won't hit the racks until next year. But if you live in Southern California, you've already seen them — or something like them, as brands from staid Herm├Ęs to quirky...
  • The big game is in Olympics merchandising

    The big game is in Olympics merchandising
    THE POP culture petri dish of the Olympic Games has made must-haves out of David Hockney posters (Munich, 1972), plush baby snow owls (Nagano, 1998), blue berets (Salt Lake City, 2002), even wedge haircuts (Innsbruck, 1976). And with the 2008 Summer Games...
  • Fashion Week Swim: Step into the hot-bod time machine

    Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Swim is the equivalent of taking a hot-tub time machine to next summer to see what bathing suits everyone will be wearing on the beach. While most of the shows are invitation-only, what will be shown will end up on a rack near...
  • New Lawrence Weschler books about conversations with David Hockney and Robert Irwin

    New Lawrence Weschler books about conversations with David Hockney and Robert Irwin
    Here's how Lawrence Weschler sees it: "The world as it is," he writes in his 2004 collection of essays and reportage, "Vermeer in Bosnia," "is overdetermined: the web of all those interrelationships is dense to the point of saturation. . . . If I were...