Bring Your Mod Squad to LA Modern Homes: Part 3

Hollyhock House

Hollyhock House

Famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright built seven private homes in Los Angeles. Hollyhock House, constructed from 1919–21 and recently restored and reopened to the public, was his first. It was commissioned by iconoclastic heiress Aline Barnsdall, a feminist, …

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Bring Your Mod Squad to LA Modern Homes: Part 2

Eames House

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Located on a scenic oceanfront bluff in Pacific Palisades, the Eames House was the family home of Charles and Ray Eames, celebrated for their groundbreaking, often playful contributions to furniture and industrial design, architecture, films, exhibitions, and even …

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Bring your Mod Squad to LA Modern Homes: Part 1

 Schindler House

 

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Nestled behind a thick wall of bamboo on Kings Road in West Hollywood, the Schindler House was designed by architect and Viennese émigré Rudolph Schindler and is considered one of the world’s first modern houses. You approach …

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Glimpse of Sky-Lit at The Broad

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The Broad Museum doesn’t open until September 20, 2015 but Angelenos were offered the chance to have a sneak peak of the unfinished, unsupported third floor of the new structure today — and turned out in droves! Here we all …

2.16.15

Runway Vision at LV Series 2: Pop-Up for Two Weeks

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For the next two weeks, you can drop into a warehouse space in Hollywood and have a personal experience with Louis Vuitton’s spring line.

Louis Vuitton: Series 2 is a …

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Bari Kumar: Remembering the Future

 Local artist works with local kids to create work inspired by LACMA’s collection.

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LACMA has a neat program that pairs contemporary artists with local school children, and Bari Kumar: Remembering the Future represents the seventh iteration of this unique collaboration. …

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Hello Kitty! at the JANM

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Walking into the Hello Kitty exhibit at the Japanese American National Museum, you’ll be immediately overwhelmed by adorable-ness. It’s a rather nice way to be overwhelmed, involving lots of sparkles and smiles. Hundreds of Hello Kitty knick knacks are …

1.31.15

How to Take Advantage of Free Museum Day: Jan 31, 2015

This weekend, museums around the southland will be opening their doors for free to the public, and here is a list of participating institutions. Here are our picks for the day, arranged by age groups.

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Travel up …

1.28.15

January is Art Month in Los Angeles

Make it an annual New Year’s Resolution to take in as much art as you can in January, because the concentration of galleries and artists in town makes is possible to see a wide variety of new, vintage and master

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