Arts

  • Walls

    When Mexico finally takes over the United States (editor's note: already happened!), historians will look back on the fence separating California... More >>

  • Late to the Legacy

    A weary couple wanders out of the noontime heat and into the Quorum Art Gallery in Laguna Beach. "Come in and rest a while," says artist Gail... More >>

  • Late Bloomer

    If we tell you that Myron Conan Dyal is a self-taught artist who is having his first exhibition ever at the age of 63, you'd probably be in... More >>

  • Mistress of Puppets

    Vampires on sticks stare icily through the darkened room. To the right, an elaborately constructed airport terminal made entirely of cardboard... More >>

  • Pulling Strings

    I once went to an art exhibit on the Dadaist movement at the Hammer museum with some friends, primarily to view the works of Man Ray. Among all... More >>

  • When Pheromones Fail

    The art of seduction is just as expensive as any other art in high demand. It requires dedication to a strict regime of hygiene, a certain level... More >>

  • You're On With Jesus

    "Two thousand years ago, he walked this Earth teaching, guiding, loving and preparing to make the ultimate sacrifice. . . . What if today you... More >>

  • Paradise by the Plasma Light

    Twenty-four Panasonic widescreen TVs, in two concentric circles, with one set dead in the center. On each screen is a talking head, but the only... More >>

  • Specific Abstractions

    It all returns to Von Dutch for me (I'm still getting responses to my Jan. 8, 2004, cover story on the dude, "Von Who?"—which was up around... More >>

  • Decadence

    Catalyst 18's "Wonder-Room" may look like a series of elementary school projects gone awry and desperately resuscitated (more macaroni)—but... More >>

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