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Frank Gehry has built buildings all over the world for over 50 years, and yet there’s a lot of folklore about what he does …

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JULIAN SCHNABEL

Cultural tastemaker, fine artist, director, but perhaps the the most fitting title for Julian Schnabel is surfer…

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Curator Paul Schimmel blends the institutional with the commercial and the historic with the current.

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An intimate look at American painter Mark Rothko by one who knew him best, his daughter Kate.

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JOHN BALDESSARI

Artist John Baldessari has spent a lifetime using wit, intellect and imagination to create an art of ideas.

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The Toulouse native and Barcelona resident-artist started to paint voluptuous poupées in the streets as a teen to define herself.

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Risk pioneered Los Angeles graffiti, and has gone on to embody it over a career that has spanned nearly 30 years.

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The curious and fearless go underground to explore Les Catacombes and escape the rules of the above-ground world.

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JULIAN SCHNABEL

Cultural tastemaker, fine artist, director, but perhaps the the most fitting title for Julian Schnabel is surfer…

FRANK GEHRY

Frank Gehry has built buildings all over the world for over 50 years, and yet there’s a lot of folklore about what he does …

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Pace Gallery presents Rothko: Dark Palette, a special exhibition of Mark Rothko’s work.

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Walking around Blum’s home in Bel Air feels much like dying and waking up in 20th-Century art heaven.