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Frieze Los Angeles

In launching the first Frieze Los Angeles this month, the prolific and independent art platform with three magazines, an art academy and now four international art fairs (including Frieze New York, Fr...Read More


Caruso’s Welcoming Palisades Village

Caruso is known for creating beloved town centers such as The Grove, and the newly opened Palisades Village promises to be yet another of the L.A.-based development company’s popular neighborhood dest...Read More

Sugar Paper’s Handmade Art

In a fast-paced world dominated by technology, why launch a business that could be considered old-fashioned at first sight? Sugar Paper took just such a chance, focusing on stationary. In defying the ...Read More


A Spanish Romance in Napa Valley

The bucolic enclave of Rutherford is a Napa Valley jewel, its sun-dappled landscape home to estate-grown grapes and some truly excellent Cabs. Ironically, in this upcountry hamlet celebrated for its h...Read More

POW! WOW! Pop Culture

A homegrown street-art festival gives way to the bright, imaginative murals making a cultural statement in Hawaii Word on the street in Hawaii: turn a corner, go under a bridge, pull into a parki...Read More

Norton Simon Museum Stages an Exhibit of Ellsworth Kelly’s Lithographs

Uncommon Bond Norton Simon Museum stages an exhibit of artist Ellsworth Kelly’s lithographs In the 1960s, artist Ellsworth Kelly (1923–2015) started creating lithographic prints. At the time the Ameri...Read More

Snoop Home Tour 2018

SNEAK PEEK — Prying eyes will get their fill of luxe architecture and décor at the popular Sophisticated Snoop Home Tour More than 40 years ago, Manhattan Beach resident Debbie Walmer attended a ...Read More

The Last Bookstore

From downtown L.A. loft to browser’s bohemia, The Last Bookstore is a reading refuge for bibliophiles The independent bookstore, so ablaze with ideas, offers something tangible in a world wh...Read More

In Pursuit of Perfection

Thomas Jefferson’s historic mountaintop home Monticello expresses the spirit and architectural legacy of its founding father If home is an expression of oneself, then Monticello is Thomas Jefferson’s ...Read More

Exhibit L.A.

The ninth annual Art Los Angeles Contemporary lands at Barker Hangar this month Written by Jenn Thornton The global art community turns its gaze to L.A., as Santa Monica’s Barker Hangar welcomes Art L...Read More

Life in Movement

The Norton Simon Museum honors the sculpture of Edgar Degas In 1917, Edgar Degas, the French artist renowned for his dreamy depictions of ballet dancers, died in Paris. Marking the 100-year anniversar...Read More

Modern Mexico

Another Promised Land: Anita Brenner’s Mexico at Skirball Center Written by Constance Dunn | Photography Courtesy of Skirball Cultural Center In the 1920s, Mexico City was a place humming with artists...Read More

Art for Art’s Sake

Shockboxx spotlights local artists with the eclectic and unexpected Written by Constance Dunn Nestled amid the design studios and body shops of Cypress Avenue in Hermosa Beach is a gallery signaling a...Read More

Crafted, by Hand

Founder of the California-based heritage brand that bears her name, legendary ceramist Edith Heath helped reinvent the wheel Written by Jenn Thornton Edith Heath was nothing if not exceedingly true to...Read More

Beverly Abloom

The star-powered Beverly Hilton’s new collection of lushly manicured outdoor areas is an event all its own Written by Wendy Bowman Home to some of Hollywood’s most glam gatherings—including more...Read More

Play! Date

A history of play in the American West travels from early tribal artifacts and toy trains to Barbie and Nintendo Written by Constance Dunn The need for fun and diversion is one that cuts across geogra...Read More

Court Value

An oft-requested amenity in L.A., the recreation area is changing the real estate game Written by Wendy Bowman In a city boasting an abundance of celebrities, producers, tech moguls and athletes, it s...Read More

Portrait of an Artist

New this summer, an aptly expressive exhibit at the Getty paints a compelling picture of David Hockney Written by Jenn Thornton | Photography Courtesy of The J. Paul Getty Museum Through his iconic oe...Read More

Southern California

Will and Lori Ford feature homegrown, sophisticated style at their flagship pier avenue shop and cafe  Written by Constance Dunn | Photography Courtesy of Paul Jonason When I stop by the tidy Cra...Read More

Beer and Barbeque, Redefined

Aaron Robins’ Boneyard Bistro elevates two American classics Written by Constance Dunn | Photography Courtesy of Boneyard Bistro In his May 27, 1769 diary entry, George Washington wrote: “Went i...Read More

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