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  • The worlds of David Hockney

    The worlds of David Hockney
    David Hockney, renowned chronicler of Los Angeles' sun-drenched life and landscapes, hasn't been around much lately. He's much more likely to be painting these days in his native Yorkshire than in his adopted Southern California. But unlock the studio...
  • Leaving their mark

    Los Angeles is commonly regarded as a city people come to, but there's much more to it than that. For better than a century, it's also been a place that people come from — even when (as so often happens) they were born somewhere else. Indeed, L.A....
  • In Paris, they're leaving room for interpretation

    In Paris, they're leaving room for interpretation
    PARIS — Hammer pants, samurai pants, genie pants — the kinds of trousers you thought were gone forever were, believe it or not, the centerpiece of the Paris men's shows. After the skinny, cropped, mankle-baring looks in Milan, the big news...
  • EXCLUSIVE: What did David Hockney and Frank Gehry think of Lady Gaga?

     
    Hollywood stars mingled with LA's art elite at the MOCA 30th anniversary gala on Saturday night. Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale, Pierce Brosnan Eva Mendes, Rose McGowan, Kate Beckinsale, Chloe Sevigny, Christina Ricci, Eva Mendes, Ridley Scott, Brett...
  • David Hockney back in L.A. -- for a bit

     
    Painter David Hockney likes to call himself “an English Los Angeleno,” but the renowned chronicler of Los Angeles’ sun-drenched life and landscapes hasn’t been around much lately. He’s much more likely to be painting these days in his native...
  • John Baldessari teams up with ForYourArt (and a 17th century Dutch painter) on new iPhone app

     
    A number of artists have used the iPhone as a sketchpad for drawing or finger-painting — David Hockney among them. Now conceptual artist John Baldessari is releasing an application that lets users play at being a 17th century Dutch still-life......
  • Wayne Thiebaud's Pop art license plate design

     
    In 1994, the year President Clinton presented the National Medal of Arts to painter Wayne Thiebaud, the artist's design for California's first specialty license plate began turning up on streets and freeways around the state. As graphic design it's...
  • Robbie Conal: Political animal

    Robbie Conal: Political animal
    I'm always flabbergasted by the foaming fury with which some people regard the painter and guerrilla poster artist Robbie Conal. Over the years, letters-to-the-editor writers have said, "Conal is a cancer on society" and, "He should be behind bars, not in...
  • Entertainment and pro football executive Steve Tisch joins LACMA's board of trustees

     
    Steve Tisch, an award-winning film and television producer and chairman of pro football's New York Giants, has been elected to the board of trustees of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Tisch, a partner in the production company Escape......
  • L.A. Louver mounts Alice Neel show, billed as the region's first in decades

     
    A figurative painter from her student days in Philadelphia in the 1920s until her death in New York in 1984, Alice Neel became famous for her nudes. She made hairy, lumpy, let-it-all-hang-out portraits of women and men that art critics......
  • ICFF 2010: A wink on the wall, a green queen, punk teacups and some cocktail therapy

     
    Certain design fans will roll their eyes, but exhibitors hawking some cheeky fun at the International Contemporary Furniture Fair did add to the event's positive vibe. British designer Deborah Bowness premiered wallpaper that reproduced her favorite...