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  • Google Open Gallery launches, provides free virtual exhibitions

    Google has launched a new online tool to allow museums, galleries and individuals to create online art exhibitions. Google Open Gallery became available for public use this week, though potential users must request an invitation from Google to use the...
  • Getty's top paintings curator Scott Schaefer is retiring next month

    Getty's top paintings curator Scott Schaefer is retiring next month
    Scott Schaefer, who has played a key role in building the collections of Los Angeles’ two biggest art museums over the last 33 years, will retire next month from his job as the Getty Museum’s senior curator of paintings. Since joining the...
  • Review: A timely look at L.A. designer Deborah Sussman

    Review: A timely look at L.A. designer Deborah Sussman
    Even after the windfall of the Getty's Pacific Standard Time Presents series of exhibitions in 2013, there's still a significant list of postwar Los Angeles architects and designers whose careers remain underexplored. Among the most intriguing is the...
  • Review: The Getty's 'Canterbury' a potent mark of medieval art

    As family trees go, the one created inside Canterbury Cathedral nearly a thousand years ago is pretty impressive. Monumental stained-glass windows feature nearly life-size figures that represent the ancestors of Christ. The lineup starts with Adam and...
  • Museums in Southern California offering free admission on Jan. 25

    Museums in Southern California offering free admission on Jan. 25
    Twenty venues around Southern California will offer free admission on Jan. 25 as part of the annual Museums Free-for-All program. Participating museums include the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the Museum of Contemporary Art and the Orange County...
  • Pacific Standard Time was an ambitious but flawed look at post-war Los Angeles

    It took me a few weeks to catch on, but the Getty's Pacific Standard Time Presents series, whose final shows come to a close Sunday and Monday, wasn't notable just as a wide-ranging reassessment of Southern California's postwar architecture. It was just...
  • Eichler homes serve as video screens in Granada Hills art project

    Eichler homes serve as video screens in Granada Hills art project
    The Modernist tract homes designed by California developer Joseph Eichler feature light-filled interiors courtesy of atriums and expansive walls of glass, but the street-facing facades are often closed off like a fortress. "I think a lot about how our...
  • Radar L.A. festival spotlights local artists with international troupes

    During their 17-year creative partnership, Tina Kronis and Richard Alger of L.A.-based Theatre Movement Bazaar have drawn a receptive global audience to their audacious, rip-it-up, ensemble-based remixes of classic Chekhov. "Anton's Uncles," their...
  • Getty Villa's 5-ton wheel keeps 'Prometheus Bound' centered

    At first, director Travis Preston wanted to seat the audience for "Prometheus Bound" at the Getty Villa where the actors would normally be: on the plaza in front of the museum that doubles as a stage for the Getty's annual late-summer outdoor...
  • Radar L.A. produces notable blips on the city's theater scene

     Radar L.A. produces notable blips on the city's theater scene
    Nearly all of the shows in Radar L.A. have packed up their costumes and carted away their props, but theatergoers with a taste for adventure are still vibrating from the upsurge in voltage. After a relatively sleepy summer, the theater scene was...
  • For this Dodgers fan, a late-blooming glove affair

    For this Dodgers fan, a late-blooming glove affair
    My first Dodgers game was uncomfortable. My college-newspaper colleagues and I were packed so tightly into our bleacher seats that a woman I had just met was basically sitting in my lap. My second Dodgers game was infuriating. A few of my buddies...