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Dear Parent: Somewhere you are out there, watching in wonder as your little one climbs the slide. You’re remembering those
This gorgeous oversized book comes with a specially designed stand. And considering it's hefty price tag, it's understandable
Getting back to the MOAH’s exhibition and taking it in, It can be challenging to decide precisely what remains “British” in
Gerhard Richter, Abstraktes Bild 809-2, 1994 Gerhard Richter, A.B., St. James, 1988 In New York, there are specialty art
The Los Angeles art scene is booming! As an arts writer, each weekend I attempt to see as many exhibitions as possible.
A house with a one-of-a-kind pedigree will soon hit the auction block in Los Angeles. Built in 1939 -- the same year as Fallingwater -- it was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, its construction supervised by a young John Lautner.
David Hockney is a fearless innovator who is always ahead of the curve, experimenting with the latest technologies to discover new ways of making images.
Perhaps it was inevitable that I would eventually end up interviewing family - as I am not the lone artist in our bloodline. So, as a photography and arts blogger, it made sense to corner my aunt, painter Susan Sweet, and try to squeeze a little more than an artist statement out of her. Here is my attempt.
Christopher Isherwood (1904-86) was an Anglo-American writer whose novels, memoirs, plays, and diaries span the 20th century, from his modernist beginnings in the late 1920s to his pathbreaking memoirs of the 1970s.
Jonathan Miller's 1997 production of The Rake's Progress, revived at the Metropolitan Opera House for the first time since 2003, and around for only two additional performances, eschews the look.
As we mark the start of the 2015 season, we've collected some of the most outstanding group exhibitions currently on view around the world, from Beirut to Beijing.
David Hockney wants to tell you a joke. A man goes to a doctor and informs him that he wants to live the longest life possible
What could go wrong? I had a work visa, a job at a digital agency, a studio apartment, which looked very nice in the pictures I'd seen online. It was true, I only knew one person -- but he was a Hollywood agent, so that was a good start.
With choreography by Paloma McGregor, The House that Will Not Stand is the kind of magical theatrical experience that seems wonderfully old-fashioned.
Penn and Teller's Tim's Vermeer is like a cinematic magic trick, one that unveils itself over the course of roughly 90 minutes -- and encompasses the years it took Tim Jenison to work the illusion. Except it's not an illusion.
And speaking of Angels, have you been following the cultural revelations coming out of the Vatican? It seems that there isn't
It's easy to reach a point where one no longer wishes to attend performances of The Nutcracker, A Christmas Carol, Handel's Messiah, or Hansel and Gretel because repetition has dulled the thrill.
Let me finish by inviting you on a slow and delightful trip through the forests and fields of Yorkshire, the part of England
In an era dominated by facile, superficial, precocious conceptual artists, Bacon and Freud were not young geniuses, but wise old masters, whose work gained in depth and power as they grew older, as they spent hundreds of hours making and reworking each canvas.