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Georgia O'Keeffe

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  • Summer reading: Current events

    Summer reading: Current events
    Allah, Liberty and Love The Courage to Reconcile Faith and Freedom Irshad Manji Simon & Schuster: $25 The author looks at the contentious world views sometimes dividing Muslims and non-Muslims and suggests solutions to transcend those differences....
  • Phoenix, Arizona's offerings for Super Bowl-goers

    Phoenix Centuries ago, native people known as the Hohokam built an agricultural civilization on a stretch of desert known today as Arizona's Valley of the Sun. Some archaeologists believe the brutally arid climate forced the people to scatter in search...
  • Quick Takes

    Quick Takes
    KCET pulls series over FCC worries Officials at KCET-TV pulled its planned broadcast of "Unnatural Causes: Is Inequality Making Us Sick?," which was to begin airing Sunday, after concerns arose at the public-TV station this week about possible fines from...
  • 'Masterpieces of San Diego Painting'

    'Masterpieces of San Diego Painting'
    OCEANSIDE, Calif. -- The exhibition celebrating a building expansion at Oceanside Museum of Art is titled "Masterpieces of San Diego Painting: Fifty Works From Fifty Years, 1900-1950." If that doesn't stop you dead in your tracks, nothing will....
  • Jennifer Steinkamp dazzles at ACME

    Jennifer Steinkamp dazzles at ACME
    Jennifer Steinkamp is among the most consistently inventive artists working today. Digital animation has been her medium since the early 1990s, which also makes her an important pioneer. Still, it's not the sophisticated technology that finally sets...
  • Charles Burchfield: A master of American Modernist watercolor

    Charles Burchfield: A master of American Modernist watercolor
    Arguably, watercolor was the most important medium sustained by American painters struggling with the new demands and untried possibilities of Modernism in the first half of the 20th century. Georgia O'Keeffe, John Marin, Charles Sheeler, Marsden...
  • Stone age meets the space age

    Artist Kenny Scharf's hilltop garden in Culver City is no Monet masterpiece. It is more like a Georgia O'Keeffe -- rocks and concrete pavers set among colorful succulents and exotic cactuses that look like stones and desiccated brains. At one end of...
  • 'The Third Mind: American Artists Contemplate Asia: 1860-1989' at the Guggenheim

    'The Third Mind: American Artists Contemplate Asia: 1860-1989' at the Guggenheim
    The history of American art has missed the mark, says curator Alexandra Munroe. It has overlooked the profound and pervasive contribution of Asian philosophy and culture to the caldron, and the exhibition she has spent five years organizing, "The Third...
  • Off-kilter is still Jeremy Irons' calling

    Off-kilter is still Jeremy Irons' calling
    In "Impressionism," the new play by Michael Jacobs, art gallery owner Katharine Keenan (Joan Allen) playfully teases shy colleague Thomas Buckle about "a hideous sexual problem." That figures. After all, Thomas is played by Jeremy Irons, who has never...
  • Not-so-fossilized Phoenix

    Centuries ago, native people known as the Hohokam built an agricultural civilization on a stretch of desert known today as Arizona's Valley of the Sun. Some archaeologists believe the brutally arid climate forced the people to scatter in search of...
  • Wildlife art museum seeks more humans

    Wildlife art museum seeks more humans
    THE NATIONAL Museum of Wildlife Art -- a low-slung, reddish flagstone building hugging a hillside along the highway north of this ski town -- was designed to fit in with its surroundings. The 51,000-square-foot museum succeeded better than expected. "The...