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  • Getty endowment rises to $6.2 billion for 2013

     Getty endowment rises to $6.2 billion for 2013
    This post has been updated. See below for details. With investment markets booming, the J. Paul Getty Trust, the world's richest visual art institution, saw its endowment rise to $6.2 billion during 2013, approaching its peak of $6.4 billion in mid-2007...
  • Review: 'The Different Shades of Hugh' at The Road on Magnolia

    Review: 'The Different Shades of Hugh' at The Road on Magnolia
    If Jackson Pollock, Preston Sturges and John Guare collaborated on a play, it might resemble “The Different Shades of Hugh” in its extremely promising, beautifully appointed premiere at the Road Theatre’s lovely new Magnolia space....
  • Tristan Meinecke's sons have his art, will sell

    Tristan Meinecke's sons have his art, will sell
    Some homes are hard to explain. Consider the home near the corner of Western and Chase avenues in Rogers Park. The house itself is easy enough to describe, but what's inside is knotty, melancholy and not cleanly understood. The house is a tan brick...
  • Review: Swiss artist Mai-Thu Perret takes note of imbalances

    Review: Swiss artist Mai-Thu Perret takes note of imbalances
    Swiss artist Mai-Thu Perret's latest exhibition at David Kordansky Gallery in Los Angeles continues her engagement with the quietly feminist formalism she explored in “The Crystal Frontier,” her long-running fictional account of a utopian,...
  • Review: Daniel Joseph Martinez roams L.A., making observations

    Review: Daniel Joseph Martinez roams L.A., making observations
    In a whirlwind of an exhibition at Roberts & Tilton, Daniel Joseph Martinez confirms his reputation as a brilliant mad philosopher. Inspired by the medieval “ship of fools,” in which the mentally ill were housed on wandering vessels,...
  • Mark Mothersbaugh art retrospective to tour, stop in Santa Monica

    Mark Mothersbaugh art retrospective to tour, stop in Santa Monica
    Ready for another celebrity art show? This one comes with a New Wave rock twist and some distinctive eyewear. Mark Mothersbaugh -- the polymath musician and artist, best known for the band Devo -- will be the subject of a retrospective that will...
  • Naomi Campbell walks for Philipp Plein. Fergie models her Calvins.

    Naomi Campbell walks for Philipp Plein. Fergie models her Calvins.
    Naomi Campbell walked the runway in German designer Philipp Plein's Dallas-themed show at Milan Fashion Week on Sunday, keeping her cool as fireworks exploded around her. [The Cut] Fergie is showing that she is back in shape after the birth of her 6-...
  • L.A. brands have an inside track on sports clothing

     L.A. brands have an inside track on sports clothing
    Given the sunny, body-conscious atmosphere of Los Angeles, it's no surprise to find a thriving field of locally based fitness-wear brands; many of the companies design and produce their lines from start to finish in the city. These new or growing...
  • Jackson Pollock's 'Mural' on display at Getty starting in March

    Jackson Pollock's 'Mural' on display at Getty starting in March
    Following an extensive cleaning process that included the removal of a coat of varnish, the Getty Museum will put Jackson Pollock's monumental work "Mural" on display for the public starting in March. "Mural," which is dated from 1943, is scheduled to...
  • Review: Miles Coolidge digs for meaning

    Review: Miles Coolidge digs for meaning
    The rich coal deposits at Bergwerk Prosper-Haniel mines in Germany’s Ruhr Valley are what lurk beneath the industrial towers shown in many of Bernd and Hilla Becher’s classic Minimalist photographs from the late 1960s and '70s. For his most...
  • Dolly Bright Silliman dies at 98; donated major artworks in L.A.

    Dolly Bright Silliman, who with her late husband, David E. Bright, helped launch the Los Angeles County Museum of Art with a major gift of works by Picasso, Modigliani, Miro and other 20th century masters, died of natural causes Sunday at her Westlake...