In 2011, the Los Angles County Museum of Art announced the acquisition of “Cranes,” a breathtaking pair of six-panel painted screens by Maruyama Ōkyo (1733-1795), Japan’s leading 18th century artist. T.
Dolly’s reach In her profile of Dolly Parton [“Here to Lift You Up,” Nov. 17], Meredith Blake writes that Parton is “a figure beloved in equal measure by drag queens and devout Christians.” I wish the
As our social season switches from #BabyShark to #BabyYoda, we’ve got one L.A. museum partially closed for construction and another shut down after a labor dispute. But there is still plenty happening
Over the past 16 months, Los Angeles County Museum of Art fundraising to erect a controversial new building, replacing most of its Wilshire Boulevard campus, has virtually ground to a halt. Four-fifths
Large-format landscape and seascape photographs by Thomas Joshua Cooper are luxuriously printed in velvety black and white. The artist, 72, uses a complex tonal printing process that lends richness and
Here is a list of new museum shows in L.A. for Nov. 10-17: Do Ho Suh: 348 West 22nd Street Fabric-based installation re-creates the artist’s former New York City apartment. Los Angeles County Museum of