In 1919, Bohemian oil heiress, theater enthusiast and political radical Aline Barnsdall purchased the 36-acre park site now known as Barnsdall Park. S...
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When we heard rumors buzzing about a "LOST" themed art exhibition, we were worried we'd have to revisit the epic television series' loose ends once ag...
Museum director Ann Philbin states, "In recent years Los Angeles has given New York (and Paris and London and Berlin) a concerted and determined run for its money as the liveliest, and most flourishing, art capital in the world."
There are only three more wine tastings left to go to this summer. Silverlake Wine will present four selections of boutique, small production, artisan wines from around the globe.
My new favorite wine shop -- Silverlake Wine -- has joined forces with the Barnsdall Art Park, where the Frank Lloyd Wright's Hollyhock House is located, for Friday night tours and wine tasting.
To have one hegemonic curatorial voice in a city as diverse as Los Angeles, especially when that voice is funded so strongly by one benefactor, is dangerous and delimiting.
No question mark follows, turning the title into a rhetorical shrug - one that masks, or perhaps underscores, an urgent search for a sense to the world and the cosmos.
As a gallery, museum, and public artist with 30 years of professional experience , I took an especially keen interest in the issue as to whether Los Angeles should close their community art centers.
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