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  • OCMA to fete man behind the Ferus Gang

    OCMA to fete man behind the Ferus Gang
    The Orange County Museum of Art this weekend will honor Irving Blum, legendary director of the former Ferus Gallery in Los Angeles that launched the Pop Art movement's most famous names, for a lifetime of influence on the Southern California art scene....
  • With bike and GPS, Canton man makes art

    With bike and GPS, Canton man makes art
    Like a bee doing a waggle dance to signal a field full of pollen, or a cat rubbing up against a fence post to make a scent chart of its territory, GPS artist Michael Wallace maps out a virtual Baltimore during his bike trips around the city. Using a...
  • Chrysler gives new life to post-war holdings

     Chrysler gives new life to post-war holdings
    Despite the high regard in which his namesake museum is held, Walter P. Chrysler Jr. didn't always have it so good when it came to his standing among other art collectors. Back-handed compliments were routine for this adventurous connoisseur —...
  • The Crowd: Newport CEO honored for military reserve service

     The Crowd: Newport CEO honored for military reserve service
    Newport Beach resident Mike Talbot, Universal Space Lines LLC president and chief executive, as a California State Military Reserve major received the California Medal of Merit presented by Col. Marc Breslow, Regional Support Command South commander....
  • New York Fashion Week: Marc Jacobs shows a new way to dress

    New York Fashion Week: Marc Jacobs shows a new way to dress
    RETAIL sales are in a slump, we're in a historic mortgage and credit crisis, and the eyes of the world are riveted on our heated presidential race, not our runways. In other words, American designers who showed here last week, hoping that in a few...
  • Book review: 'The Search for Smilin' Ed!' by Kim Deitch

    Book review: 'The Search for Smilin' Ed!' by Kim Deitch
    The Search for Smilin' Ed! Kim Deitch Fantagraphics Books: 162 pp., $16.99 paper Graphic novels should be better. They should be so much better that serious readers bristle at the genre designation, which is too narrow and diminutive. Few artists...
  • Book Review: A dealer and his galaxy of art stars in 'Leo and His Circle"

    Book Review: A dealer and his galaxy of art stars in 'Leo and His Circle"
    Leo and His Circle The Life of Leo Castelli Annie Cohen-Solal Translated from the French by Mark Polizzotti Alfred A. Knopf: 544 pp., $35 The ascension of New York gallerist Jeffrey Deitch to the Museum of Contemporary Art's helm has occasioned...
  • Dennis Hopper, easy-rider art enthusiast

    Dennis Hopper, easy-rider art enthusiast
    It was a year ago, late on a June gloom Venice afternoon, when I last sat down with Dennis Hopper. We had been working for over 18 months on a publication of his photographs for Taschen Books. It was our last meeting before the book went to print and he...
  • San Francisco Museum of Modern Art turns 75 with a splash

    San Francisco Museum of Modern Art turns 75 with a splash
    When Grace McCann Morley became director of the San Francisco Museum of Art in 1935, she knew what she wanted to focus on: the art of her time. "If art of today is today overlooked or misunderstood, the loss is serious," she once wrote. "Art fails then to...
  • Pulitzer donates Picassos and other treasures

    Pulitzer donates Picassos and other treasures
    The Harvard Art Museum has received a gift of $45 million and 31 major works of art, including three paintings by Picasso. Harvard University on Friday announced the gift from class of 1936 alumna Emily Rauh Pulitzer, a former curator at the museum and...
  • Hammer Museum loses chief curator Gary Garrels

    Hammer Museum loses chief curator Gary Garrels
    Gary Garrels, the highly sought-after curator who has helped raise the profile of the UCLA Hammer Museum in Los Angeles and beyond, is jumping ship. The Hammer snagged Garrels, 56, from the Museum of Modern Art in New York three years ago. But now he...