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Franz Mazura, Opera Singer Who Relished Villains, Dies at 95
An imposing Austrian bass-baritone, his first major international appearance came in his early 40s. He continued to perform nearly until the end.
1 hour ago
NY Times Arts
Franz Mazura, Opera Singer Who Relished Villains, Dies at 95
Where Street Art Comes Indoors and Legos Climb the Walls
Fun-house flair mingles with equally bold but more stately pieces at David and Isabela Grutman's home.
2 hours ago
NY Times Arts
Where Street Art Comes Indoors and Legos Climb the Walls
What to See Right Now in New York Art Galleries
Katherine Bernhardt's E.T. paintings; Michael Rakowitz's reconstructions of antiquities; and Juanita McNeely's contorted female figures.
5 hours ago
NY Times Arts
What to See Right Now in New York Art Galleries
How AB5 has instilled fear and confusion in California's arts community
AB5, the state's new gig economy law, is intended to protect workers. But small theater, opera and dance companies worry it could ruin them.
5 hours ago
LA Times Art
How AB5 has instilled fear and confusion in California's arts community
Review: How artist Christopher Myers stitched messages of freedom from everyday fabrics
At Fort Gansevoort gallery in Los Angeles, sewn collages on view now speak of the fight against oppression and subjugation.
6 hours ago
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Review: How artist Christopher Myers stitched messages of freedom from everyday fabrics
Why artist Hank Willis Thomas smashed up 'The Dukes of Hazzard's' General Lee
"Easy Rider's" chopper "Captain America" got trashed too. Hank Willis Thomas crunches history, race and Hollywood tropes in his first solo show in L.A.
7 hours ago
LA Times Art
Why artist Hank Willis Thomas smashed up 'The Dukes of Hazzard's' General Lee
Now anyone can admire Frank Lloyd Wright's original Hollyhock House drawings
Now you can explore Hollyhock House, Frank Lloyd Wright's first L.A. project, from the comfort of your laptop.
8 hours ago
LA Times Art
Now anyone can admire Frank Lloyd Wright's original Hollyhock House drawings
Kobe Bryant's memory runs through the heart of L.A., and on its walls
After Art Gozukuchikyan heard that Kobe Bryant had died in the hills above Los Angeles, he transformed into Artoon.
9 hours ago
LA Times Art
Kobe Bryant's memory runs through the heart of L.A., and on its walls
14 New Books to Watch For in February
Fraught friendships, coming-of-age stories, Supreme Court drama and more.
11 hours ago
NY Times Arts
14 New Books to Watch For in February
Mike Pompeo's NPR Interview Left a Lot to Be Considered, Seth Meyers Says
Meyers advised Pompeo to "maybe don't go on a show called 'All Things Considered'" if he didn't want to be asked questions about "all things."
14 hours ago
NY Times Arts
Mike Pompeo's NPR Interview Left a Lot to Be Considered, Seth Meyers Says
What's on TV Wednesday: 'The Curse of La Llorona' and 'Night on Earth'
A horror blockbuster is available to stream on HBO platforms. And a new Netflix nature series captures the outdoors at night.
15 hours ago
NY Times Arts
What's on TV Wednesday: 'The Curse of La Llorona' and 'Night on Earth'
Arts Collective Founder to Lead a Children's Museum
Seth Cameron of the Bruce High Quality Foundation will be the next head of the Children's Museum of the Arts.
17 hours ago
NY Times Arts
Arts Collective Founder to Lead a Children's Museum
Harriet Frank Jr., Writer of Challenging Screenplays, Dies at 96
She and her husband, Irving Ravetch, were among Hollywood's most successful and literate script writers, collaborating on movies like "Hud" and "Norma Rae."
22 hours ago
NY Times Arts
Harriet Frank Jr., Writer of Challenging Screenplays, Dies at 96
The Grammys, Dissected: Out With the Old, in With the Billie, Lizzo and Tyler
Did the deserving artists win" Was Aerosmith terrible" The debates rage on our post-awards show.
23 hours ago
NY Times Arts
The Grammys, Dissected: Out With the Old, in With the Billie, Lizzo and Tyler
Review: Go face to face with 28 beasts in Nina de Creeft Ward's animal kingdom
At a time when so much contemporary art is little more than a selfie backdrop, the nature sculptures of De Creeft Ward have a throwback allure.
1 day ago
LA Times Art
Review: Go face to face with 28 beasts in Nina de Creeft Ward's animal kingdom
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