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What’s on TV Monday: ‘Dalya’s Other Country’ and ‘Making a Scene With James Franco’
A Syrian-American teenager adjusts to life in a new world while trying to retain her Muslim values. And James Franco parodies memorable pop culture moments.
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What’s on TV Monday: ‘Dalya’s Other Country’ and ‘Making a Scene With James Franco’
Review: In ‘Measure for Measure,’ Desperately Seeking Solutions in a Problem Play
Thrilling argument and a strong American debut make a sometime-strange play soar despite some silliness at Theater for a New Audience.
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Review: In ‘Measure for Measure,’ Desperately Seeking Solutions in a Problem Play
Tell Us 5 Things About Your Book: ‘The Mind of God’
The neurologist Jay Lombard discusses the brain and its connection to what he describes as our deeper, spiritual underpinnings.
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Tell Us 5 Things About Your Book: ‘The Mind of God’
Review: In ‘Onegin,’ Two Star Ballerinas on Contrasting Arcs
Last week, the ballet was a vehicle for Diana Vishneva’s farewell to American Ballet Theater — and Alessandra Ferri’s continued comeback.
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Review: In ‘Onegin,’ Two Star Ballerinas on Contrasting Arcs
At K-Pop Festival, Korean Stars Align With Their Superfans
KCON, an annual event in its third year in New Jersey, tries to make the global phenomenon of the South Korean pop music scene feel like an intimate subculture.
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At K-Pop Festival, Korean Stars Align With Their Superfans
Disputes Over Prince’s Estate Throw the Future of His Vault Into Question
Universal said it wants to cancel its $31 million deal for Prince’s music over conflicts with an earlier agreement Prince signed with Warner Bros.
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Disputes Over Prince’s Estate Throw the Future of His Vault Into Question
Art Gallery Closures Grow for Small and Midsize Dealers
Large galleries with multiple locations grab wider audiences, dominate art fairs and focus on trophy works. Closures threaten emerging artists.
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Art Gallery Closures Grow for Small and Midsize Dealers
Los Angeles Collective Honors Plays by Women of Color
The Kilroys published a fourth annual list of new plays by women deemed to be worthy of production.
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Los Angeles Collective Honors Plays by Women of Color
What’s on TV Sunday: Season Premieres of ‘Preacher’ and ‘Power’
“Preacher” returns with a vengeance as its stars hit the road in search of God. And “Power” finds Ghost behind bars at the hand of his former love.
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What’s on TV Sunday: Season Premieres of ‘Preacher’ and ‘Power’
Young Socialites Conjure the Ghost of Leonard Bernstein at the Dakota
When Larry Milstein, 22, and his sister Toby, 24, are not hobnobbing on the young socialite circuit, they hold séances in their family’s apartment.
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Young Socialites Conjure the Ghost of Leonard Bernstein at the Dakota
A Comic Book Color Artist Explains the Psychology of Pigments
In the latest episode of Strip Panel Naked, color artist K. Michael Russell explains why choosing colors for comics is harder than you might think.
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A Comic Book Color Artist Explains the Psychology of Pigments
This Sculptor Blends Body Horror into His Classical Approach
Sculptor Daniel Williams reimagines the classical nude sculpture.
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This Sculptor Blends Body Horror into His Classical Approach
These Wooly Creatures Are Like Deluxe Plush Nightmares
Sibling designer duo the Haas Brothers went from designing furniture to making miniature freaks of nature.
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These Wooly Creatures Are Like Deluxe Plush Nightmares
[NSFW] These Fruit-Filled Paintings Are Ripe (in More Ways Than One)
Alonsa Guevera's 'Ceremonies' will make you want to book a trip to a tropical rainforest.
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[NSFW] These Fruit-Filled Paintings Are Ripe (in More Ways Than One)
Go Really, Really Old-School with a Hand-Crank Animation Machine
Anna Taberko and Joe Freedman made a modern day mutoscope.
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Go Really, Really Old-School with a Hand-Crank Animation Machine
This Museum Showcases the Most Epically Failed Products in History
A new museum in Sweden wants you to see the bright side of f**king it up.
18 hours ago
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This Museum Showcases the Most Epically Failed Products in History
Collages Embrace Imperfections with Quirky Mismatched Faces
Large heads combine layers of material, mimicking the human mind's attempt to make sense.
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Collages Embrace Imperfections with Quirky Mismatched Faces
Void-Like Sculptures Beg Viewers to Consider the Meaning of Empty Spaces
Yasuaki Onishi continues his artistic meditation on volume and gravity.
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Void-Like Sculptures Beg Viewers to Consider the Meaning of Empty Spaces
CGI Wizardry and Paint Make This Trippy Music Video
Davy Evans directs a moody music video for XamVolo.
18 hours ago
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CGI Wizardry and Paint Make This Trippy Music Video
Hyperreal Polar Bear Paintings Are as Sweet as Can Be
Imagine a fantasy world were the bears majestically float in space and laze in flowers.
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Hyperreal Polar Bear Paintings Are as Sweet as Can Be
Dance goes digital in an impressive Barak Ballet premiere
Melissa Barak's dance company premieres "E/SPACE," blending movement with Refik Anadol's visual designs and new David Lawrence music at the Broad Stage in Santa Monica.
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Dance goes digital in an impressive Barak Ballet premiere
The week ahead in L.A. dance, June 25-July 2
Forever Flamenco With dancers Mizuho Sato, Daniela Zermeño and Spain's Lola Mayo. The Fountain Theatre, 5060 Fountain Ave., L.A. Sun., 8 p.m. $30-$50. (323) 663-1525. After the Curtain Emmy winner Travis Wall's Shaping Sound dance company performs in this new show. Royce Hall, UCLA, 340 Royce...
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The week ahead in L.A. dance, June 25-July 2
The week ahead in L.A. classical music, June 25-July 2: California Philharmonic and more
Frida Laura Virella sings the title role in Long Beach Opera's staging of Robert Xavier Rodríguez's opera about Mexican artist Frida Kahlo; in Spanish and English with projected subtitles. Museum of Latin American Art, 628 Alamitos Ave., Long Beach. Ends Sun., 8 p.m. $49-$150. (562) 470-7464. ...
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The week ahead in L.A. classical music, June 25-July 2: California Philharmonic and more
At LACMA, a don't-miss African art exhibition full of mystery and beauty
"The Inner Eye: Vision and Transcendence in African Arts" is curiosity-inducing exhibition with exceptional works. See it before it closes July 9.
2 days ago
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At LACMA, a don't-miss African art exhibition full of mystery and beauty
The clever conceptual riddles of Tatsuo Kawaguchi
The Japanese artist Tatsuo Kawaguchi, 77, is having his L.A. debut, a modest but absorbing exhibition at Kayne Griffin Concoran Gallery.
2 days ago
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The clever conceptual riddles of Tatsuo Kawaguchi
It's bathroom art: Joel Holmberg's toilet portraits
Paintings of toilets, their seats lined with toilet paper, are part of a curious show at Michael Benevento Gallery in Los Angeles.
3 days ago
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It's bathroom art: Joel Holmberg's toilet portraits
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