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  • Roundup: Architecture and Nepal, Zumthor's LACMA, Deitch in Coney Island

    A quake’s deadly toll, George Takei's rescue of Japanese internment artifacts from auction, parsing the plans for the new LACMA, more thoughts on the new Whitney Museum and the Guggenheim's labor issues. Plus: Jeffrey Deitch goes to Coney Island, Jackson Pollock’s apple pie, and the brave new world of graffiti drones.
  • Iris Apfel searches Way We Wore for next 'totally mad' fashion find

    Iris Apfel searches Way We Wore for next 'totally mad' fashion find
    Long before the rise of street style blogs, Instagram and other social media, Iris Apfel was the mother of fashion individuality. For almost three-quarters of a century, her idiosyncratic style has inspired designers and store window displays, been...

    Will L.A. County give its art the space it's due?

    Will L.A. County give its art the space it's due?
    In a prelude to its 50th anniversary celebration, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art released Swiss architect Peter Zumthor's most recent plan to expand the museum at the end of March. County money has been earmarked, and there's a sense that LACMA...

    L.A.'s rich tradition of new music carries on

    L.A.'s rich tradition of new music carries on
    Just as Hollywood stars are asked not to age, Los Angeles seems as though it will never lose its reputation as a town without a past. We came on the scene late culturally and believe ourselves always capable of reinvention. Tradition? That's so "Fiddler...

    Datebook: Anonymous suburbs, gritty assemblages, the art of African hair

    Datebook: Anonymous suburbs, gritty assemblages, the art of African hair
    Abstractions that bear obscured images of faces, gritty wall pieces made with recycled canvas and bits of detritus, the cookie cutter nature of suburban development around the world, and an installation that touches on the history of surveillance. Plus:...