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  • Literary readings get a new lens at LACMA

     
    Walk through the streetlight installation at LACMA, get a ticket and then head east to enter LACMA through its Ahmanson building; on the left is an alcove that opens out into to the Art Catalogs bookstore. It's not the museum......
  • Monster Mash: Art Institute of Chicago sues over new wing; Kennedy Center gets big donation

     
    -- Lawsuit: The Art Institute of Chicago is suing a London engineering firm for what it calls delays and shoddy engineering in its Modern Wing addition that opened last year. (Chicago Tribune) -- Windfall: The Kennedy Center for the Performing......
  • Art, writing and the pleasure of the right word

     
    The Getty Museum hosted a conversation Tuesday night between actor, writer and art collector Steve Martin and Frederic Tuten, the novelist, critic and former professor. It was moderated by Andrew Perchuk of the Getty Research Institute. It started with a....
  • Steve Martin and Frederick Tuten on writing and art [updated]

     
    Steve Martin's and Frederic Tuten's lively discussion touched on the intersection between visual art and writing Tuesday night at the Getty. The evening started with the longtime friends each reading from their new books -- Tuten's "Self Portraits:...
  • Museums not all smiles as close to $100 million worth of art from local estates heads to Christie's

     
    When it comes to L.A. business-getting, Christie's has been on a roll. Earlier this year, the auction house broke records by selling a $106.5-million Picasso nude and a $28.6-million Jasper Johns Flag painting from two Los Angeles estates, those of......
  • An uneasy accord

    LAST year, one of Canada's most prestigious museums approached the cartoonist Seth, whose work combines realistic, character-based storytelling with a muted, nostalgic visual style reminiscent of Edward Hopper, about a show of contemporary artists who use...