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  • 'Robert Dowd: Pop Art Money'

    'Robert Dowd: Pop Art Money'
    Money makes the world go 'round, and we now realize that when the force isn't with us, things can come to a screeching halt. Artist Robert Dowd was well aware of the power and glory of money, and during the 1960s he was "making" it after his own fashion...
  • 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...
  • Tori Spelling's Westwood home for sale for $2,395,000

    Tori Spelling's Westwood home for sale for $2,395,000
    If Hollywood had true royalty, Tori Spelling -- the daughter of Candy Spelling and the late Hollywood producer Aaron Spelling -- would be its reigning princess. And the princess is switching castles. Spelling just bought a Tuscan-style villa in Encino...
  • 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...
  • See Washington, D.C., like a local

    Washington is steeling itself for President-elect Barack Obama's inauguration on Jan. 20. Hotels have long sold out, and space on residents' floors is going by the square foot. But visitors have reason to be excited. They'll be on hand for a historic...
  • Obama's beautiful people 'roughing it'

     
    by James Warren There were lots of Mercedes convertibles, Land Rovers and Priuses outside and Billy Joel and Alec Baldwin were among the a-list celeb co-sponors for an Obama fundraiser Sunday at the Hamptons beachside home (actually, amid the hamptons.......
  • Brandeis University's Rose Art Museum committee ducks the tough question

     
    Brandeis University's Committee on the Future of the Rose Art Museum has publicly released its final report, commissioned in the wake of widespread complaints about the school's shocking plan to shutter the small but distinguished museum outside Boston...
  • Art reviews: R. Crumb @ UCLA Hammer, 'India's Comics' @ LACMA

     
    Cartoons have been art's most common language going on 50 years, ever since Roy Lichtenstein painted Mickey Mouse and Edward Ruscha conjured Little Orphan Annie. Make that 140 years if you believe (as I do) that the brushy, broken, unfinished-surface........
  • Jeff Koons ‘New Paintings’ at Gagosian

     
    New work from Jeff Koons will be on display at the Gagosian Gallery in Beverly Hills from Nov. 14 through Jan. 9, 2010. An opening reception for the artist will take place between 3-5p.m. on Nov. 14. The gallery’s website indicates that the show might...
  • Art review: Jeff Koons at Gagosian Gallery

     
    Andy Warhol was fascinated by boredom for two perfectly good reasons: It allowed him to see things he otherwise would have missed, and it meant that, overall, things were going pretty well if life's daily dramas were not overwhelming, debilitating......