Art & Books Articles
Bonnie Fuller, who has conquered the worlds of womens fashion and celebrity journalism, can now add successful author to her long list of accomplishments. The entertaining read doesn't just give us permission to have it all, it encourages us not to settle for anything less...
The Skirball Cultural Center Presents Rwanda/After, Darfur/Now: Photographs by Michal Ronnen Safdie. Struggling in the aftermath of genocide.
Dallas psychiatrist and artist, Patricia Lowrimore, MD teams with Chicago artist/writer and public relations specialist, Diane Shrago to present MOQUEQUA , a collection of surreal and abstract art.
Celebrities aren't the only ones who can be fabulous anymore.
In 2002, Amy DeZellar decided to document her experience dating 50 men - all on the internet. Within two years, her site had over a million hits. Now her experiences are about to be released as a non fiction book.
The three-day extravaganza drew a larger audience that is directly attributed to a virtual lineup of whos who in the entertainment industry...
The Cultural Connections program of the Field Museum is unique in that it uses the application of an anthropological framework to encourage understanding and apppreciation of Chicago's rich cultural diversity.
Getty's holdings of the works of Edgar Degas are brought together for the first time, demonstrating the artist's love for experimentation in many medias and his studiousness in the preparatory work for the canvas.
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