Christopher Knight

art critic, Los Angeles Times

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Christopher Knight is the art critic for the Los Angeles Times.

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LA’s Museum of Contemporary Art announced a new leadership team in early September: New Executive Director Johanna Burton (after a six-month search) and Artistic Director Klaus…

How might Klaus Biesenbach’s sudden departure from MOCA affect the art museum?

LA’s Museum of Contemporary Art announced a new leadership team in early September: New Executive Director Johanna Burton (after a six-month search) and Artistic Director Klaus…

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UCLA’s School of Art and Architecture is about to get a major redesign.

UCLA’s Plan for a New Art Infrastructure

UCLA’s School of Art and Architecture is about to get a major redesign.

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Most people don’t discover rare 18th century masterpieces rolled up under their sofa, but that’s exactly what happened to Christina Jones Janssen. The masterpiece in question?

Rare Art Rolled Up Under the Couch

Most people don’t discover rare 18th century masterpieces rolled up under their sofa, but that’s exactly what happened to Christina Jones Janssen. The masterpiece in question?

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