Articles

  • Western Interiors and Design
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  • ‘A Minimal Future? Art as Object 1958-1968
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  • Third Time’s a Charm
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  • Andy Warhol’s Homecoming
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  • Allen Ruppersberg: His never-ending story
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  • Barbara Kruger: The Aphorist
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  • His Specialty: One-Liners
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  • Reshaping an Ancient Legacy
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  • Is L.A. Ready for the 19th Century?
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  • Craig Kauffman: Back to the Drawing Board
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  • Jorge Pardo: Welcome to the House That Jorge Built
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  • Mexico’s Hacienda de San Antonio
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  • L.A. Story: Auctions Expand
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  • Arthur Dove Finally Takes Wing
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  • L.A. Confidential: Frank K. Pennino Share His Inside Sources
  • Deer Valley Orientalism
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  • John Divola: A Photographic Style in Development
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  • Raul Guerrero: Social Studies, With a Twist
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  • Liz Larner: She’s Back. But She’s Never Been Away…
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  • Paul Strand: Modern Convert
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  • Emerson Woelffer: The Master of L.A. Modernism
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  • Michael Gonzalez: He’s Struck by the Wonder of It All
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  • Keith Sklar: History Embedded in the Paint
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  • Michael Goldberg: A Life in the Abstract
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  • Carol Eliel: A New Kind of Body Language
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  • Alexis Smith: A Taste for Mischief
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  • Scott Grieger: This Time, the Joke Is On Us
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  • Santa Fe Trailblazing
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  • Victor Estrada: Welcome to Dr. Estrada’s Odd Island
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  • The Getty Center Decorative Arts Galleries
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  • Peter Shelton: A Welder of Metal and Fervid Imaginings
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  • L.A. Dealers Go International
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  • The Lady of the Castle Caroompas
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  • Bill Viola: His Camera Never Blinks
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  • Bill Viola: The Self-Discovery Channel
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  • American Beauties in Essex
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  • Roy Dowell at Margo Leavin
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  • Zakanitch at Patricia Faure
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  • Robert Rahway Zakanitch: Keeping His Aye on the Big Picture
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  • Cultivating Malibu
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  • Crowned Beds of Europe
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  • Tim Ebner: Forget Fiberglass– Canvas Means Romance
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  • Bringing Art to Life
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  • Absolut – LA International
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  • Michal Rovner: From Dislocation, Artistic Direction
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  • Embracing Emotion: ‘Nosegays and Knuckle Sandwiches’ Retrospective Reveals how Thomas Woodruff Makes an Impact
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  • Rev. Ethan Acres: A Preacher’s Art of Spreading the Word
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  • Barry Sloane: At the Edge
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  • Mary Beyt: Brining New Definition to Abstraction
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  • Finding Their Muse
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  • Martin Kersels: He Likes to Throw His Weight Around
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  • Montecito Make-Over
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  • Joe Goode: Abstraction is in his Nature
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  • Chris Finley: Finding Connections to Virtual Reality
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  • Todd Gray: ‘I Tawt I Taw a !#*?!’
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  • A Victorian Holiday
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  • Jennifer Pastor: Turning Over a Brighter Leaf
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  • RubĂ©n Ortiz-Torres: Cultural perversity
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  • Don Bachardy, the Artful Impersonator
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  • Lari Pittman: Art about Life
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  • Santa Barbara Selections: Bruce Gregga’s Favorite Finds in the Area
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  • Tim Hawkinson: A Tinkerer’s Damnedest
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  • Ed Moses in Venice: Evolution of the Artist’s Home and Studio
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  • Historic Neighborhood: Whitley Heights
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  • INSPIRATION POINTS: Places where you can still see the scenes that fired the imaginations of visionary artists: CEZANE’S AIX-EN-PROVENCE
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  • A Contemporary Edge: Kinetic Composition for a Los Angeles Collector
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  • Karen Carson: Getting to the Heart of Life
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  • Jennifer Steinkamp: Awash in a Dance of Colors
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  • Manolo Mestre: Hands-On Architect
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  • Architectural Digest Revisits: Georgia O’Keeffe
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  • Can You Dig It?: LACMA’s ‘American Discovery of Ancient Egypt’
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  • Stieglitz, in Sharp Focus
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  • Jean Milant: Prints of the City
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  • Margo Leavin Gallery: Still Making Things Happen
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  • Ruben D. Ortiz-Torres: When Worlds Collide
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  • The Earliest Feminists: An exhibition at the Getty Museum
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  • Constantin Brancusi Retrospective in Paris
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  • Jeffrey Vallance: An Artist Goes to Sea (And Other Stories)
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  • Redemption in Santa Monica: A California Tract House Finds New Life
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  • David Jones in West Hollywood
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  • Rancho Ruscha: The Artist’s Los Angeles Residence
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  • R. B. Kitaj: Master of the Arcane
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  • Sydney and Audrey Irmas: Collecting with a Visionary ‘I’
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  • Ann Hamilton: It Ain’t Needlepoint
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  • Joyce Lightbody’s Work Rises Up From the Ashes
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  • Jim Isermann: He Will Keep You in Stitches
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  • Sean Landers “Thought Bubble” at Regen Projects
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  • Sue Spaid: Defying Recessions, Riots and Disasters
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  • Richard Prince’s First House Project
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  • A Northwestern Passage: Terry Hunziker
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  • Review of Arrogance by Joanna Scott
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