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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 15, 1996 | ZAN DUBIN
The latest effort to torpedo the Newport Harbor-Laguna Art Museum merger has failed, but merger opponents say the fight still isn't over. A referendum to reverse the merger was defeated narrowly 823 to 796 in a vote by the general membership of the consolidated Orange County Museum of Art, according to Charles D. Martin, OCMA president.
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January 20, 1998 | ZAN DUBIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When the Orange County Museum of Art marks its first anniversary on Saturday, it can celebrate without reservation its financial strength and mushrooming attendance. It still has a way to go, though, toward reaching its artistic goals, arts observers and museum officials say. "Our record of accomplishment is truly extraordinary," said board President Charles D. Martin.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 16, 1996 | ZAN DUBIN and CATHY CURTIS, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
With the increasingly controversial Newport Harbor/Laguna Art Museum merger still unresolved Wednesday, Newport Harbor board President James V. Selna said his museum "is going to the next step of a countywide museum with or without Laguna." Meanwhile, Laguna board President Gilbert LeVasseur, an architect of the merger talks, said that without the merger, he cannot guarantee that his museum will be able to meet its overhead, including payroll, after June.
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March 3, 2003 | Christopher Knight, Times Staff Writer
Sleek and chic, the installations of Inigo Manglano-Ovalle observe the prosaic technological weather of contemporary life and reflect it back to us. Therein resides the strength of his work -- and its weakness too. The observations range from acute to obvious, but little is transformed by their simple reflection.
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December 16, 1997 | MARTIN J. SMITH
Fourteen years and a billion dollars in the making. One of the world's great art collections. Location, location, location! But what most fascinates Southern Californians about the new Getty Center, opening today in Brentwood? The 1,200-car capacity (for a mental picture, compare to South Coast Plaza's 10,804 spaces), reservations-only parking garage. When last we called, there was a nine-minute wait to check parking availability. So, Orange County, have you reserved your spot?
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 19, 1996
As part of agreements reached Thursday to merge the Newport Harbor and Laguna art museums as the Orange County Museum of Art, the Laguna museum's present home will stay open as an branch, co-managed by the new museum and a nonprofit corporation. The Laguna Art Museum Heritage Corp.--which will include artists, Laguna museum members and others who had opposed the merger--will have almost complete access to the 3,800-piece Laguna museum collection and veto power over sales.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 27, 1996 | ZAN DUBIN
Trustees of the new Orange County Museum of Art voted unanimously Thursday to proceed with the sale of valuable museum photographs, despite a recent membership vote recommending against it. The museum would have had to pay at least $105,000 to break its months-old contract with the auction house to whom it had consigned several dozen works by prominent Modernist photographer Paul Outerbridge, board President Charles D. Martin said.
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