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Posts Tagged: John Currin

The Broad Buys Currin’s “The Storm”


The Broad Art Foundation continues to acquire in advance of its Grand Avenue museum’s opening, scheduled for 2015. One recent addition is John Currin’s The Storm (2013). Poised between a… More ›

Hammer Unveils Marx Collection


In July 2007 Colorado collectors Susan and Larry Marx promised the cream of their contemporary drawing collection to the UCLA Hammer Museum. The trove is now on view in “Intimate Immensity: The… More ›

Eli Broad, You Complete Me


Jeffrey Deitch tells the Los Angeles Downtown News, “The Broad Foundation’s collection fits in very, very well, and does not really compete with MOCA’s collection. It’s complementary.”… More ›

“Renoir in the 20th Century”


LACMA’s “Renoir in the 20th Century” is founded on a paradox: The modernists we love loved the Renoir we love to hate. That’s the late, post-impressionist Renoir, from about… More ›