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FRAMED: “Maybellene Kennedy” Isn’t Telling You Anything

A look at one striking image from Mercedes Helnwein's new exhibition

Framed: Clementine Hunter’s “Cotton Crucifixion” of a Black Jesus

The story behind one of the paintings in the California African American Museum's new soul stirring exhibition

FRAMED: The Hedonism of Words

There's nothing hedonistic about "Hedonistic," one of the paintings in L.A. artist Feodor Voronov's solo exhibition at Culver City's Mark Moore Gallery.

FRAMED: Great Caesar’s Ghost–Or At Least, His Image

Today, the name "Caesar" is most often invoked when referring to the Las Vegas slot machine emporium where Celine Dion and Elton John alternate as headliners.

Mark Ryden: Midnight in the Garden of Kitsch

To those unfamiliar with Mark Ryden — an artist with the painstaking eye of an Old Master and a baroque passion for detail — the motifs of his work read like a checklist of oddities.

The Master: Check Out That Van Gogh Portrait Before It’s Gone

Soothed by the safety and routine of a psychiatric ward in Saint-Remy, Van Gogh produced 150 paintings including three self-portraits. The first of these concludes its display at the Norton Simon on March 4.