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  • Prominent artists paint dog bowls for charity

     
    High-profile artists including David Hockney and Ed Ruscha are using their talents for a good cause: helping severely ill pet owners and low-income senior citizens care for their pets. Hockney, Ruscha, Charles Arnoldi, Ross Bleckner, Robert Longo and...
  • Vintage Hollywood Bowl photos hitting the auction block

     
    Nostalgia for Old Hollywood is a robust business. Most of it tends to center around the moviemaking industry but for native Angelenos, the emotions run deeper than that, touching on all aspects of the city's cultural and social landscape in......
  • $27,450 for a dog dish? Maybe if it's designed by Ed Ruscha

     
    $27,450 for a dog dish? Apparently the price is right if you’re talking about an original work by the Los Angeles artist Ed Ruscha. His “Untitled (Fido) 2010” polychrome glazed earthenware bowl was created as part of the Bowl Project,......
  • MOCA visitors can plunge into Latin American light and space--and Oiticica/D'Almeida swimming pool

     
    The swimming pool is a common sight in contemporary art, thanks in large part to the dazzling blue depths--or surfaces--of David Hockney. But a swimming pool as art? During the run of "Suprasensorial," MOCA's new show on Latin American light......
  • Pet pantry to dole out meals for needy cats and dogs

     
    On Tuesday morning, needy cats and dogs will get a helping hand-out from a food pantry for pets....
  • A Palisades balladeer

    IN one, a poor woman from the west coast of Ireland flies, to the strains of a lonely Celtic melody, to Graceland to pay homage to Elvis Presley. In another, a British soldier wounded in World War II wanders London, recalling the days when he danced to...
  • Amid Wedding Hoopla, a Town Goes Hollywood

    On the streets of this quiet Santa Ynez Valley village, something was clearly going on Sunday, even if the details were a little fuzzy to some. Taking notice of all the police, tourist JoAnn Killmer guessed crime. "I thought somebody had been robbed,"...