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Roy Lichtenstein

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  • His new museum: What is Broad's vision?

     
    Huntington, Getty, Simon, Hammer, Crocker, Menil, Wadsworth, Phillips, Frick, Morgan, Whitney, Guggenheim, etc. — the list of super-rich Americans who, since the mid-19th century, have established museums or galleries to house their personal art...
  • 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......
  • In search of Buffalo, N.Y.

    Talk about a place with low self-esteem. The city of Buffalo, whose name suggests oxen and whose dominant winter accessory is the snowbank, isn't big on promotion. Grab a taxi outside the Buffalo Niagara International Airport and ask the driver, "Say,...
  • 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...
  • "Empire" by Gore Vidal

    Gore Vidal and History are on breezy first-name terms, but there is a trickle of irritation underneath. As mentor, Vidal has reservations about his protege. In his fictional re-creations of our nation's political life--"Burr," "Lincoln," "1876,"...