Daniel Joseph Martinez has a question, or, rather, he wants you to have one. Well-known as one of the art world’s favorite provocateurs, the Los Angeles native and resident has brought his unique brand of art-as-conversation-piece to Culver City’s Roberts & Tilton Gallery for his...
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May 3, 2007 | 8:00 pmEsther Netter, CEO of the Zimmer Children's Museum, speaks with infectious enthusiasm about her museum's upcoming exhibition, "Show & Tell: The Art of Harmony," which opens Sunday, May 6.
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Pretty Charlize Theron plays chairwoman for Los Angeles Free Clinic's ninth annual "Extravaganza for the Senses." The food and wine event features tastes from some 40 local restaurants -- ranging from high-end Angelini Osteria to lower-end but highly tasty...
February 17, 2000 | 7:00 pmSculptures by two prominent local artists are now on permanent display.
"Benediction"(above) by Charna Rickey stands at Temple B'nai Emet in Montebello. The bronze sculpture was dedicated by Rickey and her brothers, Bernard and Howard Barsky, to the memory of their parents, Sonia and John Barsky, who were among the Temple's founders.
A new marble sculpture (right) at the University of Judaism represents Ruth and Naomi mourning the death of Boaz. It is the work of 86-year-old sculptor Ben Bronson, who created it at a marble quarry in Carrara, Italy. -- Tom Tugend