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  • Mexican art show to open for free at Anaheim's Muzeo

     
    The early birds will get the freebies when Muzeo in Anaheim opens its next show, a touring exhibition of 130 works by Mexican artists and Americans who worked in Mexico. "Miradas: Ancient Roots in Modern and Contemporary Mexican Art from......
  • Glenn Beck puts on his tin-foil art critic's hat -- again

     
    Glenn Beck brought his traveling demagoguery circus to the National Mall in Washington, D.C. on Saturday, and in the process restored, if not honor (as the religiously inspired political event was billed), then at least his reputation as a slippery......
  • Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera to be reunited on Mexican bill

     
    Critics interviewed by Milenio disagreed with the use of the artists' images for differing reasons. Historian Alejandro Rosas Robles said the Nobel Prize-winning writer Octavio Paz is a more worthy of appearing on the note because his work speaks more...
  • Monster Mash: Titian masterpiece believed damaged; expert changes mind on alleged Ansel Adams negatives

     
    -- Waterlogged: "David and Goliath," a painting by the Renaissance artist Titian, is believed to have sustained damage after firefighters sprayed water at a Venice basilica. (Agence France-Presse) -- Changing his mind: An expert says he made a mistake...
  • Barbara Kingsolver wins 2010 Orange Prize

     
    In London on Wednesday evening, American Barbara Kingsolver beat out homecountry favorite Hilary Mantel for the 15th Annual Orange Prize for fiction. Kingsolver's book "The Lacuna" was a surprise winner over Mantel's "Wolf Hall," which has taken many...
  • Performance review: Gregorio Luke’s 'Frida, a New Look' at Ford Ampitheatre

     
    Beguiling Mexican painter Frida Kahlo (1907-1954) is easy to love, and further, to fetishize. Her distinctive color-drenched canvases, crammed with autobiographical lore from her tragedy-strewn life, tug the eye and the heart. This well-seasoned mix has...
  • A greatest hits collection of the great 20th century muralists

     
    The problem with murals is that they tend to stay put, like the mountain Muhammad had to go to in the old proverb because it wasn't about to come to him. Gregorio Luke has long offered a solution to Southern......
  • Labor Secretary Solis: There’s ‘no room for discrimination’

     
    By Maria Peña.   Washington, May 4 (EFE).- The laws of the United States “protect every worker” regardless of their legal status and, despite expressions of xenophobia in Arizona and elsewhere, undocumented immigrants have their right...
  • Art review: Oakland Museum of California

     
    OAKLAND --When the Oakland Museum of California unveiled its sprawling and distinctive new building for art, history and natural sciences 41 years ago -- a terraced, walled-garden structure that became an instant national landmark -- a review in The...
  • ARCHIVE: Jean Craig's Q-and-A with the Daily Press in 2008

    For more than 50 years, Hampton painter Jean Craig and her late husband, Allan Jones, ranked among the Peninsula's best-known art couples. Their popular classes at Hampton Roads Academy, Robert Sugden Elementary School and in their own colorful Claremont...
  • The heart and soul of Pablo Neruda

    The heart and soul of Pablo Neruda
    It is said that the takeover of Chile in 1973 by Augusto Pinochet broke the heart of Pablo Neruda, the country's best-known poet. The man who wrote so openly of love and heartache could not bear to see his country in the hands of a military dictator...