One doesn’t have to a be a yogi, a devotee of same, or a seeker of spiritual enlightenment and a better body to enjoy "Yoga: The Art of Transformation," the latest exhibition at the Asian Art Museum.
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L.A. artist Ashleigh Sumner is appropriating street art into her own unique, layered creations, and from downtown to the Hollywood Hills, people are beginning to snatch up her unique works.
Last June, when Colin Bailey came on board as the new director of the Fine Arts Museums, it was a tough time for the institution. Diplomatic and well-spoken, the London native appears to have a mix of steely determination and wry humor.
Everyday domestic objects, familial relationships and women’s work that’s never done receive anything but mundane treatment in "Her Story: Prints by Elizabeth Murray, 1986-2006," a new show now at the Cantor Arts Center.
Everybody had an opinion when we told them we were spending Christmas in Reno, Nevada.
The biggest news of the coming year concerns the Anderson family, South Bay collectors who gave 121 postwar modern and abstract expressionist artworks to Stanford University.
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Accompanying the exhibit in NYC, Valerie Steele, director of the Fashion Institute of Technology, explores a topic that surprisingly few have in "A Queer History of Fashion: From the Closet to the Cakewalk" what gay people have done for fashion.
Although the warriors are certainly the headliner, the bulk of the exhibition is comprised of 110 objects taken from the burial chambers of the First Emperor’s ancestors and areas surrounding his eminence’s tomb.
This particular body of work is based on traditional 18th- and 19th-century European portraiture of the landed gentry, but the artist gave the enterprise a significant twist and shout by adding the seasoning of contemporary youth and hip hop.