In light of yesterday's snow storm, Paula Hayes' Glazing Globes in Madison Sq. Park are all the more relevant. The artist's work from the early '90s is one reason that round terrariums filled with greenery and crystals have gone mass market. The environmentally-focused artist has moved on from "natural" materials, and her new focus is on manmade objects: Bic lighters, shards of CDs, old electronics parts, and other non-compostable objects are for the looking.
On view until April 19, 2015
Madison Square Park
Madison Ave. and 23rd St.
New York, NY 10010
Photographer Larry Sultan, best known for his series Pictures From Home (1992) which features his own mother and father and explores photography's role in creating family history and mythologies, is having his first retrospective, Larry Sultan: Here and Home at LACMA. Five major bodies of work are represented, including Evidence (1977), made collaboratively with Mike Mandel; Swimmers (1978–81); Pictures from Home (1982–92); The Valley (1998–2003); and Homeland (2006–2009).
Until July 19, 2015. Closed Wednesdays.
5905 Wilshire Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90036
Admission is $15.
The 32nd Miami International Film Festival kicks off this Friday, displaying 100 films from 40 countries. "Tea Time" by director Maite Alberdi is the ultimate movie for ladies who lunch. The documentary takes as its subject a group of six women, friends for over sixty years, who get together religiously each month. It's like "Days of Our Lives" meets "Golden Girls."