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August 16, 1998 | Barbara Isenberg, Barbara Isenberg is a frequent contributor to Calendar
While both Robbert Flick and Allan Sekula have worked here on and off since the '70s, the two artists have rarely intersected professionally. Flick, a USC professor, has long concentrated on Los Angeles cityscapes while Sekula, who teaches at California Institute of the Arts, has been drawn to the region's shore and ports.
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August 16, 1998 | Barbara Isenberg, Barbara Isenberg is a frequent contributor to Calendar
While both Robbert Flick and Allan Sekula have worked here on and off since the '70s, the two artists have rarely intersected professionally. Flick, a USC professor, has long concentrated on Los Angeles cityscapes while Sekula, who teaches at California Institute of the Arts, has been drawn to the region's shore and ports.
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October 12, 2006
TODAY THEATER Each has a story to tell "The Moth," New York's literary storytelling show, opens a 10-city tour in L.A. with performances by comedian Margaret Cho, hip-hop pioneer Darryl "DMC" McDaniels, "Sex and the City" writer and executive producer Cindy Chupack, author Jonathan Ames, retired New York police Lt. Steve Osborne and humorist Andy Borowitz. Participants spin tales around a predetermined theme. The tour's theme: "Out on a Limb."
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September 17, 2004 | Christopher Knight, Times Staff Writer
What Ansel Adams did for Yosemite, Los Angeles photographer Robbert Flick did for a parking garage in Inglewood. He made the place into the object of his obsession and the focus of his commanding technical skill, and in the process he transformed it into a site of exquisite wonder for us. A generous selection of Flick's parking garage pictures is included in the absorbing retrospective survey of his work that opened this week at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.
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September 26, 2004 | Leah Ollman, Special to The Times
Robbert Flick is what you get when you harness the intellectual horsepower of an academic to the irrepressible curiosity of a child who takes apart a bicycle to figure out the relationship between a heap of metal parts and the weightless glide of the ride.
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