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  1. Leonardo DiCaprio Co-Hosts Record $4.1 Million LACMA Art + Film Gala

    11:25 am 11/3/2013

    "I look forward to this event every year," said guest Tom Hanks, one of the many stars and moguls at the bash, which honored director Martin Scorsese and artist David Hockney.Read more

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  2. Hollywood Art: Secrets From A-List Art Advisers

    7:00 am 11/1/2013

    Inside info from the pros who guide and protect Hollywood collectors, from Jeffrey Katzenberg to Steven Spielberg to Michael Ovitz: "Art is the last unregulated business."Read more

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  3. Hollywood's A-List Collectors on L.A.'s Must-See Fall Art Shows

    7:00 am 11/1/2013

    The entertainment industry's most art-savvy players, including OWN's Tina Perry and CAA's Thao Nguyen, preview the canvases to canvass across the city.Read more

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  4. Unique Features' Bob Shaye and Michael Lynne's Over-the-Top Art Collections

    8:00 am 10/31/2013

    Barbara Kruger collages, an Andreas Gursky diptych, a Gary Simmons painting – and that's just the company reception area. Between the two execs (co-founders of New Line Cinema), the works of Pablo Picasso, Rene Magritte, David Salle and Diane Arbus cover the walls of office and homes. Read more

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  5. Hollywood Insiders' Art Club: Producer David Hoberman and Former UPN CEO Dean Valentine

    8:00 am 10/31/2013

    Call them collecting buddies: Over years of hitting galleries and art fairs, Symbolic Action's Valentine has donated scores of pieces to the Hammer Museum while Hoberman works through a wish list that includes blue-chip artists from Rudolf Stingel and Cindy Sherman to Christopher Wool and Albert Oehlen. Read more

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  6. Owen Wilson on Iconic SoCal Artist Ed Ruscha

    8:00 am 10/31/2013

    The "Zoolander 2" actor fell for the artist's work during the filming of "Bottle Rocket"; three purchased artworks later, they're pals: "Art is good the way they say it's good to play classical music for babies."Read more

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  7. LACMA's Michael Govan on the Academy Museum, Hollywood Support and Eli Broad (Q&A)

    8:44 am 10/29/2013

    The museum's director and CEO talks to THR about getting trashed by Scorsese, his $650 million expansion plan and integrating the industry into the city's fine arts scene: "There's still a big separation between the art world and the film world in L.A."Read more

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