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November 19, 2013 | By Deborah Vankin
With the holidays approaching -- and on the heels of Francis Bacon's triptych breaking auction price records last week, garnering $142.4 million at Christie's -- we're especially interested to hear that phrase, “affordable art.” Two shows, therefore, have caught our eye of late. Silver Lake's relatively new Gabba Gallery saw more than 450 people on Saturday night at the opening of “Wish List,” a revolving group show where all the artworks are less than $1,000. The opening featured paintings, sculptures and even hand-painted baseball caps and “art purses” by 65 artists, both established and emerging.
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November 19, 2013 | By Deborah Vankin
With the holidays approaching -- and on the heels of Francis Bacon's triptych breaking auction price records last week, garnering $142.4 million at Christie's -- we're especially interested to hear that phrase, “affordable art.” Two shows, therefore, have caught our eye of late. Silver Lake's relatively new Gabba Gallery saw more than 450 people on Saturday night at the opening of “Wish List,” a revolving group show where all the artworks are less than $1,000. The opening featured paintings, sculptures and even hand-painted baseball caps and “art purses” by 65 artists, both established and emerging.
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December 12, 2013 | By Deborah Vankin
Our in-box becomes clogged with invites to arty holiday events this time of year. So in the spirit of spreading the word -- not to mention opening up some space on our hard drive -- here are a few worthy stops to make (starting Thursday night) on the quest for interesting, art-oriented gifts. Cal Arts' “East of Borneo,” an L.A.-centric contemporary art Web magazine, is hosting a “holiday cheer” and launch party for its new EoB Editions, a line of limited edition, signed and numbered artworks.
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November 6, 1988 | BERKLEY HUDSON, Times Staff Writer
The real-estate salesman moves to the microphone to tell about a hot new listing: a 2-bedroom house in San Gabriel. "This is without a doubt the most beautiful home you will ever see," he tells an audience of 250. Not a single person hoots at the possible overstatement, for these men and women of real estate respect the well-made pitch.
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January 31, 1999 | DANIEL NUSSBAUM
Tourists mob the Mann's Chinese Theatre, Rodeo Drive, Disneyland. But why don't they visit the handsome Frank Lloyd Wright-designed theater that sits beside the lake on Vermont between Sunset and Hollywood? Why do they avoid the indoor skiing found at "Ski-Land, The Hollow Mountain"? And when will they discover the art museum in Griffith Park, with its full-scale replica of the Parthenon, displayed in a gargantuan hall 750 feet long and 200 feet wide? Never, that's when.
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