Posts tagged with the keyword: ‘The Norton Simon’


A Drawing Class at the Norton Simon

A Drawing Class at the Norton Simon
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Maybe the photography workshop at the PMH isn’t for you—you don’t like cameras, think they are idolatrous. Maybe you like to make images with your hands, holding brushes or charcoal or pens or pencils. Maybe, then, this Friday’s drawing class at the Norton Simon with José Antonio Aguirre is more your style. It has a […]

Creativity Abounds at ArtNight

Creativity Abounds at ArtNight

ArtNight is here once again, lavishing Pasadena with a trove of creative treasures. Just for starters, there’s French immersion at the Alliance Française de Pasadena, with a round-table discussion, student art exhibit and a jazz performance by Cameron Summers. Travel through our solar system via art and science at Art Center College of Design. You can listen to […]

The Music of the Blue Four at the Norton Simon

The Music of the Blue Four at the Norton Simon

If you’re like most people, you’ve spent a great deal of time wondering about the connections between the avant-garde visual and musical arts of the early 20th century—in particular, between the works of the Blue Four (Kandinsky, Klee, Feininger, Jawlensky) and the contemporaneous piano works of Stravinsky et al. Well, have we got a show […]

The Portrait, from Raphael to Modigliani

The Portrait, from Raphael to Modigliani

Someone at the Norton Simon has a thing for portraiture. It’s been a little over eight months since the close of their exhibit, Gaze: Portraiture After Ingres, which featured prominently a loan from the Frick, Jean-Auguste-Dominque Ingres’s Comtesse d’Haussonville, 1845. Now they’ve got another famous portrait on loan, this time from the National Gallery in […]

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