Art & Books Articles
Hot, sexy, charming, funny and happy festival happened to celebrate the Brazilian carnival in the Queen Mary, in Long Beach.
Getty collection of Robert Adams' landscape photos- first of its kind- speaks volumes, literally and figuratively, about the photographer's heart, mind, soul and love of the Earth.
Getty Museum delights with first ever collection of Gustave Courbet's landscape paintings and related works.
The Getty Center exhibition explores the impact of Heartfields politically charged photomontages in a period of chaos.
"Send Me A Sign", a new release by Doug Binder, is a provocative and heartwarming true story filled with acceptance, love and "communication from beyond."
After years of attention and hard work from a diverse group of professionals, the long-awaited reopening of the beloved Getty Villa in Malibu is a reality.
Author, Michael Class, has developed an original approach to presenting History in which his son, Anthony becomes a time traveler through History.
Inspiration for New Year's resolutions with the help of quotes from the book, "Anthony and the Magic Picture Frame."
L.A. Splash takes an in-depth look at Melissa Rodwell's intimate photographic essay, "BOYS".
Puccini's operatic masterpiece dazzles Orange County
Ronna Wineberg reads to an overflow crowd at "The Book Stall at Chestnut Court" in Winnetka, Illinois as the White Sox become World Series Champions
Getty exhibition reassembles for the very first time the lost pages of one of the greatest French manuscripts of the 15th Century, The Book of Hours of Louis XII
Photographer Julius Shulman Celebrated at Getty Center- 95th Birthday and Exhibition Opening: Graced with Mazel
Third Annual TarFest, a festival of film, music and art at the La Brea Tar Pits.
Julius Shulman, legendary photographer of midcentury modern architecture exhibits his 70-years of amazing photos at the Getty Center and celebrate 95 wonderful years
The Oakland Ballet, true to its roots, starts the dance season with a cutting edge program. In a world premier Tribute to Ella Fitzgerald, the ballet combines jazz and ballet in a fluid artistic experience that is transformative.
Will Reality TV ever go too far? Eric Cobles satire, The Dead Guy, explores the TV fads potential for ludicrousness.
Has Hollywood Found It's Heart?
Probably the most well-known con in the anime fandom, AX was in its 14th year and bigger than ever.
A unique collaboration between Jaguar and a dozen cutting-edge artists served as the centerpiece to the ScopeHamptons Art Fair.