Art & Books Articles
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.
Find a moment in your schedule and visit the Harvest of Hope for it will provide information you never knew existed.
Karen Lynne Gallerys third location greets Beverly Hills with a brand new genre of art.
Robert Zuckerman's "Kindsight" shows the extraordinary within the ordinary.
The Craft and Folk Art Museum presents Feast of Straw: Harvest of Hope celebrating the universal culture of the harvest.
Back with a Bang--Melissa Bank's new novel "The Wonder Spot," dazzles readers again.
Broomsticks, wands, potions, oh my. From movies such as The Craft, Hocus Pocus, to The Blair Witch Project, audiences have seen it all up on the big screen. But, Fiona Horne is a real life witch, or is she?
Wealth is the brother of greed.
The Seduction Cookbook is sizzling up the summer with hot steamy dinners and long sweet nights. Come and get some for a sweet romance.
Tutankhamun Treasures To Return To United States - Marking the first time the treasures of Tutankhamun (King Tut) have visited America in 26 years, National Geographic, AEG Exhibitions and Arts and Exhibitions International, with cooperation from the Egyptian Supreme Council of Antiquities, will bring an extensive exhibition of more than 130 treasures from the tomb of the celebrated pharaoh
The sixteen works on exhibit at the Getty Center were produced between the late 1650s and early 1660s, when Rembrandt entered a phase of increased productivity, despite his dire circumstances.
At 540-plus pages this is a big, well-illustrated, cleanly written book with clear instructions and concise recipes. But it isn't intimidating. Rather, it's welcoming.
Hungarian artist brings some of the world's most famous sculptures to Southern California!
February 14 is around the corner, do you know where your lover is?
'Sore Winners' by John Powers takes you into the provocative sociopolitical relm of popular culture known today as "Bush World" -Grab your popcorn.