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December 27, 1998 | CHRISTOPHER KNIGHT, Christopher Knight is The Times' art critic
Los Angeles' 10 most notable art exhibitions and events, in no particular order, for 1998: 1. Laura Owens (ACME Gallery): This has been a very good year for painting (Karen Carson at Rosamund Felsen, Maxwell Hendler and Scott Grieger at Patricia Faure, Roy Dowell at LACMA West, Chris Finley at ACME, Lari Pittman at Regen Projects, Kevin Appel at Angles, David Hockney at L.A. Louver, Carol Kaufman and Penelope Krebs at Kiyo Higashi, Edward Ruscha at Gagosian and quite a few more.
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April 19, 2009 | Elaine Woo
Ernest Lieblich, a businessman and philanthropist with a passion for the arts who financed the painstaking restoration of a valuable 1930s-era mural and helped uncover the true identity of one of its creators, died April 4 at his Los Feliz home. He was 94. He died of natural causes, according to his executor, Ariane David. Lieblich was the founder and president of FoodCraft, a company that provides commercial coffee and snack service throughout Los Angeles and Orange counties.
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August 23, 2003 | Christopher Knight, Times Staff Writer
San Francisco The catalog cover to the marvelous Philip Guston retrospective at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art shows a detail of his 1958 painting "To Fellini." Interlocked like chunky stones in an ancient wall are bright, brushy slathers of thick oil paint -- red, white, pink, violet, brown, blue, green and black, as well as smeary blends where colors overlap and the medium-size brush picked up neighboring pigment.
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June 7, 1998 | Suzanne Muchnic, Suzanne Muchnic is The Times' art writer
The City of Hope will unveil an astonishing sight next Sunday at the public opening of its new visitors center. Those who enter the refurbished, 70-year-old Spanish Revival building in Duarte will encounter an ambitiously conceived, meticulously executed mural that depicts a sweeping progression of human life--from pudgy toddlers to ravaged elders.
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