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The hot Gen Z bar in L.A. is Barney’s Beanery. Wait, what?

The Los Angeles Times 25 Oct 2023
One woman has fashioned a top out of a plastic grocery bag ... All of them want one thing ... on a Saturday night ... Modern artist Edward Kienholz created a life-size replica of the bar titled “The Beanery” in 1965 — still on display at a museum in Amsterdam.
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Before the laptop came the mainframe. But did computers generate significant new art?

The Los Angeles Times 06 May 2023
To be sure, there is some wonderful art in the exhibition — many by artists well-known (Donald Judd, Edward Kienholz, Sol LeWitt, Bridget Riley and more); and some are by artists who are less familiar.
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Why David Hockney's Bigger and Closer is an important step forward for immersive art shows

The Conversation 22 Feb 2023
Artist David Hockney has ridden many technological waves ... He was an early adopter of computer-assisted drawing, using the iPad and iPhone ... During the late 1960s, the artist Edward Kienholz created a complex installation reflecting racism in the US ... .
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Virginia Dwan, 90, behind-the-scenes force in the art world

The Buffalo News 21 Sep 2022
BY NEIL GENZLINGER ... She opened that gallery with an exhibition by Edward Kienholz, who was becoming known for his elaborate assemblages, but soon she had a reputation for championing minimalists like LeWitt and Andre, as well as conceptualism ... ....
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Artist on building a 24-foot clay battleship

Missoulian 08 Sep 2022
Comparable works from the past include Edward and Nancy Reddin Kienholz’s “Jesus Corner,” a literal storefront which required the removal of a portion of exterior wall; or Chris Larson’s wood ...
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A novel by Benjamín Labatut explores the dark side of science — and the color blue

The Los Angeles Times 09 Jul 2022
... writing about Edward Kienholz’s 1962 sculpture, “The Illegal Operation,” an unblinking examination of a back alley abortion currently on view at LACMA. Edward Kienholz, “The Illegal Operation,” 1962.
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Commentary: As Roe vs. Wade is overturned, a grim 1962 sculpture gains tragic new relevance

The Los Angeles Times 03 Jul 2022
In 1962, when Edward Kienholz made “The Illegal Operation,” the sculpture gave intense visual form to an experience many knew, but one that remained submerged deep in the culture’s shadows ... Edward ...
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Brian Maguire: Irish artist on depicting modern tragedies

Missoulian 28 Jun 2022
Cory Walsh ... “I want to tell their story. We are storytellers." ... Mexico and Arizona, Europe and Syria ... He was close friends with the late artists Edward and Nancy Kienholz, who lived in Hope, a small community on the northeast side of Lake Pend Oreille ... .
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Inside the swinging ’60s home where Dennis Hopper’s marriage unraveled

New York Post 21 May 2022
More On. hollywood ... Six more witnesses to testify against Harvey Weinstein in LA rape case ... Their daughter Marin was terrified of the art installation called “The Quickie” by Edward Kienholz, where a mannequin head had been mounted on roller skates ... ....
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Baltimore’s ‘Visionary’ curator prepares to step down

Washington Blade 23 Sep 2021
“I would say I’m color- and race-celebratory,” she said ... That’s how I feel ... 14, 1933 ... Inspired in part by Waters’ own art making and an Edward Kienholz exhibition he chanced upon, Adams began making art in 1996, after the loss of his toy poodle, Odie ... .
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