Suzanne Muchnic

arts reporter and critic

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Arts reporter and critic for the Los Angeles Times for three decades; author of an upcoming history of LACMA

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The Los Angeles County Museum of Art launched its 50th Anniversary Celebration with a star-studded gala this past weekend.

LACMA Turns 50

The Los Angeles County Museum of Art launched its 50th Anniversary Celebration with a star-studded gala this past weekend.

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