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L.A. and Seoul Make a Historic Culture Swap

Jackson Pollock isn’t the only noteworthy pre-WWII American artist. At least that’s what “Art Across America,” the first ever survey of historical American art to open in South Korea, hopes to prove.

Jack Nicholson Stars in Les Mis

Imagine it: Les Miserables directed by Stanley Kubrick and starring Jack Nicholson, perhaps playing his mad writer character from The Shining.

Kelly Wearstler and LACMA Celebrate The Designer’s New Book

Drinking amidst the rocks and body parts.

Behind the Bartender: Paul Sanguinetti of Ray’s & Stark Bar

The sommelier-cum-cocktail master at LACMA's awesome bar/restaurant shares some of his favorite dining and drinking spots, plus some tips on how to best navigate his tasty drink menu.

What 5 Women Wore To Meet Grace Coddington

What do you wear if you know you’re going to meet Vogue creative director Grace Coddington and that every fashionista in town was going to be at the event, as well?

Hot Shot: On Location at LACMA With Photographer Spencer Lowell

Urban Light, artist Chris Burden’s collection of 202 cast-iron L.A. street lamps that welcomes visitors to LACMA, may be the most photographed work of art in L.A., but Los Angeles magazine has hired a photographer to shoot it only it once.
Chris Burden

The Sculptor of Dreams

The man responsible for LACMA's "Urban Light" installation passed away Sunday, May 10. We profiled the prolific sculptor in 2012

5 Can’t Miss Items from LACMA’s Kubrick Exhibition

Stanley Kubrick, the massive exhibition that recently opened at LACMA and runs through June 2013, has so much eye-candy it’s hard to choose a favorite piece.

Tim Burton

You’re often compensating for things that are lacking in your life. If you’re in the cold all the time, you want sun. You need that for chemical balance. So...

Surviving Lunch with Terrence Howard

Terence Howard stars in a slew of big new movies, has a surprise debut CD, and proves himself a polymath. But what impressed us most? He saved our life.