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  • Datebook: A photo archive, experiments from Yale MFAs, an architecture of columns

    Datebook: A photo archive, experiments from Yale MFAs, an architecture of columns
    A photographic archive covering two decades comes to life in Culver City. Yale MFAs get a show in West Hollywood. And an L.A. architect plays with the idea of the column. It’s Fourth of July, so openings are limited. (Be sure to check ahead for gallery hours over the weekend since many places may be closed or have limited hours.) In the meantime, here are four shows worth a look:
  • Chris Burden's architectural intelligence

    Chris Burden's architectural intelligence
    I remember very clearly the first time I heard Renzo Piano describe the new plaza he was planning for the expanded Los Angeles County Museum of Art. It must have been 2005. The Italian architect told me he wanted to create a spacious, classically...

    Datebook: Abstract grids, honoring an industrial designer, surveillance art

    Datebook: Abstract grids, honoring an industrial designer, surveillance art
    The diagonal grids of a Los Angeles innovator, art about surveillance, a group show honoring an important industrial designer and art that evokes aspects of the body. Here are five shows to see in Los Angeles this week: “Ed Moses: Drawings From...

    These shortbread cookies are inspired by historic Malibu pottery

    These shortbread cookies are inspired by historic Malibu pottery
    When Malibu matriarch May Knight Rindge built the Adamson House in 1929 as a gift to her daughter, Rhoda Adamson, she couldn't have imagined the goods it would inspire many decades later. But it's likely she would have approved of Modern Bite baking...

    Datebook: Anonymous suburbs, gritty assemblages, the art of African hair

    Datebook: Anonymous suburbs, gritty assemblages, the art of African hair
    Abstractions that bear obscured images of faces, gritty wall pieces made with recycled canvas and bits of detritus, the cookie cutter nature of suburban development around the world, and an installation that touches on the history of surveillance. Plus:...