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Frank Gehry's $1-billion downtown project could finally be a go after a Chinese builder's $290-million investment

For more than a decade, the prospect that another Frank Gehry development might rise across from the architect’s signature Walt Disney Concert Hall has tantalized downtown Los Angeles. Now, the elaborate commercial and residential development designed by Gehry could finally get off the ground after...

Frank Gehry's $1-billion downtown project could finally be a go after infusion of Chinese capital

For more than a decade, the prospect that another Frank Gehry development might rise across from the architect’s signature Walt Disney Concert Hall has tantalized downtown Los Angeles. Now, the elaborate commercial and residential development designed by Gehry could finally get off the ground after...

In Memoriam 2016: 11 Celebrities Remembered by Their Friends and Colleagues

Jeffrey Tambor on Garry Shandling, Frank Gehry on Zaha Hadid, Wayne Gretzky on Gordie Howe—and more

Kaminskis' New Year's Day Auction features furniture by Pedro Friedberg, Frank Gehry and more

last monthArts : Artdaily

Kaminski Auctions ?Design and Decorative Auction? on New Year?s Day, January 1, 2017 begins at 11:00am (EST) and features a selection of Mid Century furniture including two pieces by the Mexican artist Pedro Friedberg. They include a...Show More Summary

Frank Gehry says this 1960s structure has lost its reason for being, but it's causing a stir on Sunset Boulevard

Nearly everyone, it seems, has an opinion about Lytton Savings, a midcentury modern building on Sunset Boulevard facing demolition. Known for its white, zigzag roof, the 1960s bank is set to be torn down to make way for a Frank Gehry-designed mixed-use project, prompting questions about how, and...

Frank Gehry’s delayed Grand Avenue Project to finally get underway in 2018

A four-star hotel and 450 high-end condos and apartments next to the Walt Disney Concert Hall The Frank Gehry-designed Grand Avenue Project, long-delayed for years, is now expected to break ground in 2018, reports the Downtown News. The Los Angeles City Council approved the project Wednesday, and developer Related Companies announced a new investor. Show More Summary

Improv Dancer Lil Buck Jooks His Way Past the Art World’s Finest

The well-known Jooker glides past all-star paintings inside a Frank Gehry art venue.

ICYMI: The LA Conservancy Is Suing The City Over That Frank Gehry Project

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LA Conservancy sues the city over Frank Gehry’s Sunset Strip project

It’s fighting to preserve a 1960s bank building on the site The Los Angeles Conservancy, a nonprofit that works to preserve historic buildings, is suing the city of Los Angeles over its approval of plans for a new, Frank Gehry-designed...Show More Summary

Huge Grand Avenue Project designed by Frank Gehry could be delayed yet again

And its budget has ballooned to $950 million Two Frank Gehry-designed towers across from the Walt Disney Concert Hall on Bunker Hill have been beset with delays for years, so the potential for another holdup shouldn’t come as a surprise. Show More Summary

Frank Gehry and Maya Lin among recipients of Obama’s Presidential Medal of Freedom

Other honorees include Bruce Springsteen and Bill and Melinda Gates Architect Frank Gehry and artist and designer Maya Lin are among the 21 recipients President Obama has named for Presidential Medal of Freedom, the White House announced today. Show More Summary

These Are The 21 People Receiving The Nation's Highest Civilian Honor

2 months agoNews : The Two-Way

President Obama has announced the last group of people that he will honor with the Presidential Medal of Freedom, including Michael Jordan, Diana Ross, Frank Gehry and Vin Scully.

Gannett drops Tronc and more midweek notes

Gigantic Frank Gehry project on Sunset Boulevard approved. Kudos for LAT's Sea Breeze investigation. Notes on Campaign 2016, 2017 and 2018. And more.

L.A. City Council approves Frank Gehry's project on the Sunset Strip

The Los Angeles City Council on Tuesday unanimously approved a mixed-used development designed by Frank Gehry that will anchor the eastern edge of the Sunset Strip.  The relatively swift approval of the project Tuesday was a contrast to last week’s three-hour discussion on the famed architect’s...

City Council gives final approval to Frank Gehry-designed Sunset Strip development

229 housing units, plus commercial A big residential and commercial complex designed by Frank Gehry for the eastern end of the Sunset Strip got the final approval it needed Monday from the Los Angeles City Council. Developer Townscape...Show More Summary

City committee OKs scaled-down Sunset Strip project designed by Frank Gehry

But critics say it’s still too big Developers trying to raise a big residential and commercial complex designed by starchitect Frank Gehry on the Sunset Strip have agreed to tweak their plans to appease critics, including trimming the...Show More Summary

Committee OKs scaled-back Frank Gehry project on Sunset Boulevard

A mixed-used project that would anchor the eastern edge of the Sunset Strip received preliminary approval Tuesday night after developers agreed to a number of compromises, including a request to reduce the size of a proposed 15-story tower.  The Planning and Land Use Management Committee voted...

Frank Gehry's dramatic Sunset Strip project hits roadblocks over size and scope

The project has been hailed as the new gateway to the Sunset Strip: Two residential towers, terraced gardens and a shopping center designed by Frank Gehry with dramatic glass sheets and jutting angles. The complex would rise from the base of the Hollywood Hills at the corner Sunset and Crescent...

City Councilman wants to scale down Frank Gehry’s Sunset Strip project

David Ryu is taking a more aggressive stance against the development Under pressure from residents in his district, Los Angeles City Councilman David Ryu says he will not vote for the Frank Gehry’s big Sunset Strip project unless it’s...Show More Summary

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