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  • Dorothea Tanning dies at 101; artist and poet married Max Ernst

    Over more than a century, Dorothea Tanning collided and consorted with artistic titans of the 20th century who included Pablo Picasso, John Cage and Joseph Cornell. She designed sets for George Balanchine ballets, played romantic matchmaker for poet Andre Breton and appeared in Hans Richter's avant-garde films — but she remained best known as the wife of Surrealist Max Ernst, to whom she was married for nearly 30 years
  • L.A.'s postwar art scene: Hot rods and hedonism

    L.A.'s postwar art scene: Hot rods and hedonism
    In September 1945, under a pall of ocher smog and summer heat, Los Angeles entered the postwar world. The city then was bigger, wealthier and more diverse than ever. Its established people — mostly past middle age and conservative, a few who were...

    Christie's to sell art from Robert Shapazian estate; Huntington to receive an early Warhol [updated]

    Robert Shapazian, who died earlier this year at age 67, was not your usual art dealer. Although he was the founding director of Gagosian in Beverly Hills, he had a PhD in English literature from Harvard. He was openly nostalgic...

    South Coast Repertory to host smaller theater, dance companies in Studio Series

    A symbiotic spirit continues to spread on the Southern California arts scene, with South Coast Repertory’s announcement on Thursday that it’s hosting a series of engagements by smaller Orange County performance companies as the latest example of...

    Art review: 'William Leavitt: Theater Objects' at the Museum of Contemporary Art

    Art critic Christopher Knight reviews 'William Leavitt: Theater Objects' at the Museum of Contemporary Art