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  • Datebook: Videos about secrets, photography about rising tides

    Datebook: Videos about secrets, photography about rising tides
    Visceral video pieces about secrets, a show devoted to the ways in which man is contending with rising seas, and a photographer who takes on L.A.’s bus system. Plus: an anniversary show and a video about hallways. It’s all happening in L.A....
  • Webb-Deane-Stevens Museum In Wethersfield Displays Three Centuries Of Christmas

     Webb-Deane-Stevens Museum In Wethersfield Displays Three Centuries Of Christmas
    WETHERSFIELD -- The Webb-Deane-Stevens Museum is offering a guided tour through three centuries of Christmas in Connecticut this holiday season. Staring this weekend, the museum will give tours of exhibits illustrating the evolution of Christmas in...
  • Out of the Blue: A world view of our past and future

    I recently returned from an exotic trip to three continents. I am ridiculously privileged, not only to travel but also to be able to return to a place as near-perfect as Laguna in autumn. My good fortune is never lost on me, and it helps me appreciate...
  • Aieeee! MoMA to host Yoko Ono exhibition

    Aieeee! MoMA to host Yoko Ono exhibition
    Yoko Ono — transgressive conceptual artist, widow of John Lennon, bane of Beatles fans, peace activist and enduring feminist icon — will receive a major solo exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art in New York in 2015, the organization...
  • Sigal Museum to present Battle of the Bulge survivors

    Sigal Museum to present Battle of the Bulge survivors
    Hear first-hand accounts of the Battle of the Bulge on Saturday afternoon at the Sigal Museum in Easton. To mark the 70th anniversary of the World War II battle, the museum will present a roundtable of three survivors who live in the Lehigh Valley...
  • Lanterman House celebrates its 100th year

    Lanterman House celebrates its 100th year
    When high-society Emily Lanterman moved into her new 11,000-square-foot La CaƱada bungalow in 1915, she could not stand the boondocks that surrounded her. Now bordered by similarly grand houses, her house-turned-museum debuted its centennial exhibit...
  • Detroit emerges from nation's largest municipal bankruptcy

    The nation’s largest municipal bankruptcy ended Wednesday when the lawyer overseeing Detroit’s fiscal recovery declared the crisis over and gave elected officials control of their own budget for the first time in 20 months, a deal made...
  • Warm spots in Pierre Huyghe's often chilly Conceptualism at LACMA

    The traveling 20-year retrospective of French Conceptual artist Pierre Huyghe turns the Los Angeles County Museum of Art into a mammoth vivarium — a carefully orchestrated, walk-in terrarium-cum-aquarium. The exhibition creates a self-contained...
  • Female Artists Celebrate Life's Challenges With Self Portraits

    Female Artists Celebrate Life's Challenges With Self Portraits
    Sometimes a self-portrait isn't exactly a self-portrait, but it still is a self-portrait. An exhibit currently at the Sumner McKnight Crosby Gallery in New Haven features self-portraits by artists that focus not on their faces but on the challenges life...
  • What's New In Paris? The Louis Vuitton Arts Center

    What's New In Paris? The Louis Vuitton Arts Center
    PARIS — Paris could absolutely rest on her laurels. Even if the whole city ceased creating new and beautiful things to awe guests tomorrow, it would still be one of the most popular places to visit. Lord knows, producing those little Eiffel Tower...
  • Roundup: Art, money and Art Basel, plus taco gentrification

    The frazzle from Art Basel, oodles of art and money, the rise and fall of American tent cities, the gentrification industrial complex. Plus: rethinking L.A.’s Pershing Square, Jeff Koons designs a book cover, and a sculpture about sexual aids that...