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Monster Mash: Getty's grant money; Shepard Fairey faces criminal probe; top London theater critic stepping downCulture Monster-- Handing out money: The Getty Foundation is set to award $3.1 million to 26 arts institutions for a 2011 series of exhibitions about Southern California art after World War II. (Los Angeles Times) -- In deep: L.A. street artist......
Culture MonsterThe joking generally begins even before the ballerinas of Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo make their startling first appearance, tutu-clad studs with ample chest hair. So it was Saturday night, when the popular Trocks returned to Cal State Long........
Special to The TimesMEG WOLFE had good reason to be professionally depressed when she moved to Los Angeles for love in 2003. Fresh from 12 years as a well-known performer and choreographer on New York's downtown experimental dance scene, she arrived here knowing "no one, and...
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Sun reporterWhen Grace Hartigan was a little girl, she was bewitched by gypsies. In the 1930s, the Travelers still roamed the countryside in nomadic caravans, and young Grace would shinny up the apple tree in her parents' backyard in Newark, N.J., to spy on them....
Karole Armitage is having an intensely busy first week of March, and the stress is showing. She's a few days away from the opening of an ambitious retrospective -- revivals of several of the barrier-smashing dances that, a generation ago, put her on...
Times Art CriticRobert Rauschenberg, the protean artist from small-town Texas whose imaginative commitment to hybrid forms of painting and sculpture changed the course of American and European art between 1950 and the early 1970s, died Monday night, according to New...
Music CriticSaturday morning, hyperbolic weather reporters here barked out warnings of heavy wind and drenching rain all day. A shower or two did dampen Manhattan streets, but the real New York weather over the weekend was elsewhere. Friday night at the Chelsea...
With a dozen high-def cameras and a couple of camcorders, plus pens, notebooks, sketch pads and laptops, more than 40 people spent three recent weeks in a black-box theater on the campus of UC San Diego documenting what was occurring there. The object of...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterUnprecedented spending is the Bush administration's plan to avoid the worst or something like it in the American economy. But many arts organizations can quip that they were way ahead in the rush to embrace Mother Necessity in hopes of begetting...
Times Staff WriterWhich is scarier — knowing you are going to die, or the threat of immortal solitude? In Kiyoshi Kurosawa's "Pulse," Tokyo is a ghost city of lonely people living in tiny, cell-like apartments, so that all their possessions lie within reach, but...
Times Staff WriterOn Dec. 7, 1992, the New York Philharmonic celebrated its 150th anniversary by unveiling a poster it had commissioned from Robert Rauschenberg. An attractive, if slightly innocuous, silk-screen collage, it is instantly recognizable as a Rauschenberg. In...
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Times Staff WriterYou don't just learn how to draw a bunny in "How to Draw a Bunny," the delightful, unabashedly celebratory documentary about the life and times of the late artist Ray Johnson, you learn a few other useful things as well. For instance: In the lost paradise...
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