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  • Home Tour: Medieval meets modern in a new house designed with Romanesque ruins in mind

     
    Our latest home profile: He prefers Romanesque architecture. She favors a modern, raw industrial look. How can husband and wife have such wildly divergent aesthetics and still wind up with a house that both love? The couple enlist Janice Shimizu......
  • Art review: Liza Lou at L&M

     
    Leah Ollman reviews Liza Lou's beaded sculptures at L & M...
  • Barbara Bestor's SCI-Arc disco extends its run

     
    Typically the installations filling the gallery at the Southern California Institute of Architecture make a virtue, even a fetish, of their digital origins. Parametric concoctions of one kind or another -- sleek, swooping or latticed -- have been the...
  • Top 10 home galleries so far this year

     
    Our top 10 new home galleries published from January through June, ranked by page views: 1. Ennis House. When Frank Lloyd Wright completed the Ennis House in 1924, he immediately considered it his favorite of the four concrete-block houses that......
  • Art review: Brad Eberhard at Thomas Solomon Gallery

     
    Crossing boundaries has been such a staple of Modern art for so long that it has produced a slew of academic works whose sole purpose is to pass as something else. Paintings pretend to be sculptures, videos masquerade as installations......
  • Art review: Channa Horwitz at SolwayJones and kunsthalle L.A

     
    "Sequences & Systems," a terrific two-part show (split between SolwayJones and kunsthalle L.A.), skims across 40 years of visual investigation by the L.A. artist Channa Horwitz. By the time Horwitz earned her B.F.A. from CalArts in 1972, she had already.....