| Jan 3, 2008
| 3:11 PM
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1. Now there's a cool sign for a jewelry store, don't you think? Except that this joint's proprietors have been in another game for decades.
| Jan 22, 2010
| 9:32 PM
Except for specialized work like photographs or prints, art fairs seem to do best when at least one of two factors is present: The host city has a modest or meager gallery life, or the display venue is unusual. In......
| Apr 6, 2010
| 4:35 PM
Food bloggers, listen up. Before cyberspace became a glut of cupcake close-ups and high-res meditations on bacon, our photographic forefathers broke ground by daring to shoot food with behemoth camera equipment. Pay homage to history with the exhibit...
| Apr 22, 2010
With just about a gazillion pictures of food on blogs and websites, accessible at the touch of a BlackBerry button, it might seem a little ho-hum to stage a museum show of food photography.
But an exhibition at the Getty Museum called "In Focus: Tasteful...
| May 5, 2005
But for that felicitous wrong turn in the dark of night, Rose Shoshana might never have been able to say: "It's interesting how Frank Gehry has always sort of played a part in our lives." A line like that has the potential to captivate the audience at any...
| Jul 20, 2006
IN Tony Scott's action thriller "Man On Fire," there's a scene where a bodyguard played by Denzel Washington realizes that his young client (Dakota Fanning) is about to be kidnapped. Time slows to a crawl, the camera does a loopy 360-degree pan, and the...