"Radical Women" and "We Wanted a Revolution" were among the best shows of the year. But women artists deserve more.
I've seen this exhibition several times, and each time it was crowded with visitors, which pleasantly surprised me. After
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I thought that because I love art, my kids would automatically love art too. I imagined my children would be cultured and we would spend our weekends visiting walking through museums and galleries. I was wrong!
LA certainly brings something new to the table, but it may not overtake the established NY market as much as it creates its
Shamsia Hassani is the street art queen we've been waiting for.
This elegantly installed exhibition is the first museum show of Marcia Hafif's works in her home state in 40 years. And looking at the informative, well-designed exhibition catalog, I gained a new level of understanding and appreciation of the artist's work.
I have been advised on a number of occasions not to mix art and politics -- always heated subjects. But in the last few days I went to two museums where these subjects were mixed to maximum effect.
In today's world of art and architecture, there is one name that unquestionably tops the list of greats, and that would be, who else? -- of course -- the one and only Frank Gehry.
In a lively conversation, the two transportation leaders spent the night riffing on how the streets and public spaces revolution happened in New York and elsewhere and what might be in store for Los Angeles on Reynolds' watch.