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Architettura: John Lautner. Architectural Digest [Edizione Italiana], Feb : p. The Design Is The Horse. Hayes, M. Aspen Times, Jan 21 : p. Goldstein, Guide to U. Architecture: Murray, C. Wright, F. Pfeiffer, Letters to Apprentices. Announces a series of programs spon so red by the AIA beginning Tuesday. Tuesday's session "Making It Big" will. Martin, William Pereira and Albert Dorman at p.

Lautner named to jury in an international competition to design a Gateway Arch for the Olympic Games. Los Angeles Times, Jan 14 : p. V-1, Hess, A. Prefab components, spatial innovation and bold engineering shaped this modern. Kaplan, S. Los Angeles Times, Sep 12 : p. Fred Sands Realy marketing article listing for sale John Lautner's 65 ft. Chemosphere for. World in ", that it was featured in the L. Conservancy's Landmarks Calendar and it will so on be featured in a. Fred Sands Realy marketing article with photo listing for sale John Lautner's 65 ft.

Conservancy's Landmarks Calendar and it will so on. Home of Mr. Includes 8 Mary E. Nichols photos. Gleye, P. Academy Theater in Inglewood by S. Los Angeles Times, Feb. Article on unique arch itecture mentions Lautner's Chemosphere in the Hollywood Hills. Becker, and R. Campbell, The city observed, Los Angeles: a guide to its arch itecture and. Pastier, J. Apr Rouillard, D. Sergeant, J. Fifties House Tour in the Hollywood Hills [tour announcement].

Los Angeles Conservancy, Sep 21 and Exhibition undoubtedly includes Julius Shulman photos. Global Architecture 18, Aug : p. Grantham, L. Friends of Kebyar, Exhibition included models, floor plans. Review includes. Kornbluth, J. Architectural Digest, May : p. Cover, McGarry, T. II-1, II Ryon, R. Los Angeles Times, Oct 13 : p. Tafel, E. Teague, E. Architecture series--bibliography.

GA Houses 19, Feb : p. Living Architecture: John Lautner, F. Los Angeles Times, Jun 1 : p. Golden, J. Entire issue devoted to the works of John Lautner. Includes 15 photos 4 by Julius Shulman, 3 by Leland Lee and 1. Harvey, S. House 2 and Sheats House 3. Al so contains contemporary photos by Tim Street-Porter.

Includes many quotes by. Los Angeles Times, Mar 16 : p. Langdon, P. Laskey, M. Lautner re cal ls his early years, his apprenticeship to Frank Lloyd Wright, and the background to his arch itectural.

Library, A. Mouton, P. Simross, L. Los Angeles Times, Sep 25 : p. G1, G Street-Porter, T. Includes designs by Frank Gehry, R. Vance, M. References "John Lautner: arch itettura organico- sperimentale. Bari: Dedalo libri, c" by Pierluigi Bonvicini. White so n, L. Los Angeles Herald Examiner, Apr 27 : p. E1, Sette conferme di John Lautner delle sette invarianti dell' arch itettura moderna. Architettura: cronache e storia, Designers West, May : p.

Architecture of American Chain Restaurants References Lautner's Googie's Coffee Shop. Division, N. Lists on p. Bari : Dedalo l ihn. Giovannini, J. New York Times, Apr 2 : p. The Los Angeles arch itect John Lautner presented his dramatic, poured-in-place concrete houses at the Pacific.

Graaf, V. Kaiser, K. San Diego Union - Tribune, Feb. Starring Robert Downey, Jr. Story of drug addiction. Article on the Oct. Conservancy in conjunction with the Machine Age exhibit now on display at the museum references Lautner's Silvertop at. Lyon, D. L'Architecture d'Aujourd'hui, Pedio, R.

L'Architettura, Cronache e Storia, Pendro, R. Los Angeles: University of. Twombly, R. University of California. Bailey, D. Los Angeles Independent, B Deloffre, C. City, October : p.

Barnsdall Park. Real Architecture From Real Ideas. Dow: Proceedings of. Northwood Institute, Midland. Conference held in conjunction with an exhibition at the Midland Center for the Arts, September October 16. Murphy, D. Peters, W.

Article defining modernism includes a reference to and photo of Lautner's Chemosphere Malin House. Julius Shulman cover line. Includes Shulman. Dietsch, D. Includes footage on the Rainbow House Garcia House. Starring Mel Gib so n and Danny Glover. Gib so n blows up a. Feldman, L. Santa Monica News, Apr 28 : p. Von Breton, L. Second, Revised and Enlarged ed. Los Angeles Times, Oct 29 : p. Krantz, L. The Frank Lloyd Wright. Rico, D. Los Angeles Magazine, Nov : p.

Rosa, J. Wolfe, E. VIII-2, GA Houses 28, Mar : p. Baker, S. Los Angeles Times, May 27 : p. K2, Hussar, J. Palm Springs Desert Sun, Jun 22 : p. Pearlman, Environmental directions. World-renowned arch itect John Lautner discusses innovative and unique homes and buildings that blend into. Available in the. Louie, E. New York Times Jun 14 : p. An article on the work of John Lautner.

Includes a Julius Shulman photo of Chemosphere and other photos of the. Chicago Tribune, Sep 9 : p. Whiting, H. Designers West Julius Shulman photos? Studies in the Fine Arts in Chicago. Lautner work sets benchmark for future of organic arch itecture. Journal of the Taliesin Fellows, 4, Summer : p. On work of John Lautner.

Commencenent: A weekly roundup of Southland graduation ceremonies. Los Angeles Times Home Section. Otis Arts Institute of Par so ns School of Design conferred degrees on graduates at its 35th annual. Los Angeles City. De la colina al oceano: residencia Goldstein, Beverly Hills. Issue on Los Angeles arch itecture includes a feature front and back cover story on Lautner's Sheats-Goldstein.

Includes John Lautner's autobiography and Julius Shulman photographs of his five selected projects: Chemosphere. Hochschule fur Kunst Academy of Applied Art in. Los Angeles [Sheats-Goldstein Residence]. John Lautner, Architect [exhibition]. Monographs on John Lautner and Albert Frey [book review]. Architects' Journal, Alvensleben, L.

Betsky, A. Architectural record, Los Angeles Times, Oct 10 : p. Campbell-Lange, B. Architectural Review, Gates, T.

Art Reference. Grimes, T. Los Angeles Conservancy News, Kazmin, A. Announces a fund-raising tour spon so red by the Committee to Save Silver Lake's Reservoirs which will include. Lemos, P. Olten, C. San Diego Union - Tribune, Jul 14 : p. Reviews "Architecture as Art," an exhibit running through Aug.

Lending further scope to the exhibition are the work of Gunnar Birkerts, a Michigan-based arch itect and the designer of the. Pridmore, J. Chicago Tribune, Dec 20 :. Burton Pl. This exhibition was first organized by students of Viennese arch itect Hans Hollein.

It was later mounted at. Reilly, S. Sharp, D. The Property Place, Glendale Blvd. Exhibit will include. Schindler, Gregory Ain, William.

Stephens, S. Architectural Digest. Features James Goldstein's home which was originally designed in by John Lautner and recently remodeled. Struckus, A. Half of screen time. Available in the USC Library. Sutro, D. Reviews "Architecture as Art," an exhibit showcasing the work of six arch itects including Lautner he believes are. The show, which opened at the Athenaeum. Walker, J. Architecture California, Wasserman, I. San Diego Union - Tribune, Jul. Weingarten, D. The Mining. GA Houses 32, 32 : p.

Wiehle, L. William so n, R. New York Times, Jan 30 : p. The opening reception, tomorrow from 5 to 8 P.

Interior Design, Beauregard, S. Brown, P. New York Times, May 7 : p. Streetthrough June 5. The drawings, photographs and models span his long career. Includes a portrait of Lautner. John Lautner speaks on arch itectural design and shows his Theme For The Metro - The Arquettes - The Arquettes (CD), including many houses and so me public.

Lind, C. McCabe, C. Providence Journal, Nov 29 : p. References work by Lautner. Price, C. Herron, The work of 10 Californian arch itects. The selections presented demonstrate the diversity found in the Californian arch itectural landscape includes work.

Audible cue on so und recording. Leaflet contains brief biographi cal details of the 10 arch itects whose works are. Architektur und Bauforum, Rosenberg, A. Calendar for the year featuring arch itectural photographer Julius Shulman's images of work by arch itects in.

Southern California. Introduction by Dr. Neutra cover photo of the Kaufmann House in. Black Apartment Houses in. Mid-WilshireR. Study House No. Wachs, M. Crawford, The Car and the city: the automobile, the built environment, and daily urban life. Weihsmann, H. Lloyd Wright and his early Taliesin apprentices, craftsmen, and workers, was featured in several so uthern Wisconsin. Get Set!

Four Kent State students were killed and nine wounded in a clash with Guardsmen that followed several days of anti-war protests. Ineight guardsmen tried on federal civil rights charges were acquitted by a U. As fighting in Iraq enters its fifth year, an increasing number of experts in foreign policy and national strategy are arguing that the biggest difference may be that the Iraq war will inflict greater damage to U.

May 1, D. Madam Madness! Oh, Those Pesky Questions. David Vitter news, bio, voting recordR-La. MWI employed former Florida Gov. He clearly showed that he belonged on the stage with his longer-serving rivals. In doing so, he helped vanquish his leading negative: inexperience. The young senator had shown himself to be just as adept, equally well informed and even more articulate than his more experienced rival.

The other beneficiary of the debate was Dennis the Menace Kucinich, who showed the sharp differences between his brand of anti-war sentiment and that of the other more moderate candidates except for former Sen.

Mike Gravel of Alaska. Kucinich staked out the far left as his own and even directly challenged the other candidates for supporting, in effect, a longer war.

One of Theme For The Metro - The Arquettes - The Arquettes (CD) great things about America, one of the beauties of our country, is that when we see a young, innocent child blown up by an IED, we cry. President G. Bush Washington, D. Bush — Washington, D. A few minutes later we heard shots. With his mindless war, Bush has created more terrorism than the world has ever seen.

Iraq: At least 80 killed in another bloody day of U. April death toll in Iraq passes Four U. Australia, U. Afghans protest civilian deaths: Infuriated protesters carrying the bodies of five Afghans killed in a U. Justin Raimondo : Blueprint for Dictatorship : America is headed for a military dictatorship — and recent legislation makes this all but inevitable. Credit card companies raising rates without notice : The credit squeeze is on.

The credit card companies are raising their rates silently; rates go as high as The Fed is watching helplessly as these loan sharks make the economy collapse. Like I said, creepy. I like Karl Rove. In the days when he was operating from Austin, we had many long and rewarding conversations. I have eaten quail at his table and admired the splendid Hill Country landscape from the porch of the historic cabin Karl and his wife Darby found miles away and had carted to its present site on their land.

Allen Lee, 18, faces two disorderly conduct charges over the creative-writing assignment, which he was given on Monday in English class at the northern Illinois school…read on. So many lives lost in a fight that is viewed by most of the country and world as unjust.

So many families shattered, so many bright futures tragically cut short. Take a look…. We must see the destruction being caused in our name. Nor did he do so in a reckeless manner that exacerbated the terrorist threat worldwide. Nice try, William the Bloody. Just take responsiblity for your misguided war and demented worldview already. Yea right…like that will ever happen. Rather, he engages in tit-for-tat games…I hope the President seizes this moment for a basic change in course and signs the bill the Congress has sent him.

I will respect him greatly for such a rare act of courage, and so too, I suspect, will most Americans. Take Utah, for example. Republican officials then allowed speakers to defend and refute the resolution.

William Odom said Saturday. He said he has never been a Democrat or a Republican. The general accused Bush of squandering U. Watch how political theater may take center stage in funding showdown. The president has let [the Iraq war] proceed on automatic pilot, making no corrections in the face of accumulating evidence that his strategy is failing and cannot be rescued.

He lets the United States fly further and further into trouble, squandering its influence, money and blood, facilitating the gains of our enemies. These figures include Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice who, for the first time is viewed negatively by half of adults.

No, sir! Too much tequila to drink, and too many boys to …. Rebuilt Iraq Projects Found Crumbling Inspectors found that in a sampling of eight projects declared successes by the U. The United States has previously admitted, sometimes under pressure from federal inspectors, that some of its reconstruction projects have been abandoned, delayed or poorly constructed.

But this is the first time inspectors have found that projects officially declared a success — in some cases, as little as six months before the latest inspections — were no longer working properly.

The inspections ranged geographically from northern to southern Iraq and covered projects as varied as a maternity hospital, barracks for an Iraqi special forces unit and a power station for Baghdad International Airport. Prince Bandar has mentored Mr. But now, current and former Bush administration officials are wondering if the longtime reliance on him has begun to outlive its usefulness. But a slice of Californians willing to supplement that debt with cash no personal checks, please are finding that the time can be almost bearable.

Faiz caught this the other day and I wanted to post the video. She obviously knew what she was talking about because she brought up the warmongers over at the American Enterprise Institute as people promoting this war. She called on the chickenhawks to institute a draft to give these suffering families a break…As you listen to his response, you know he wants more war and more war.

What obligations is he talking about, Iran? My kids — if someone rings the doorbell, instead of normal kids they freeze. We are military people, but we are people, too. And the stress that we are under is tremendous. I like how William has to tell us that a friend just came back from Iraq as if that makes it all better. I was planning to mark the fourth anniversary of the start of the war by looking back at some of the more remarkable statements pundits made at the time.

And before he becomes governor of California. In his column of April 15,Cal Thomas wrote:. That advice was not taken — but today we are presented with another opportunity in the form of scores of false media prophets who predicted disaster should the U. All of the printed and voiced prophecies should be saved in an archive. When these false prophets again appear, they can be reminded of the error of their previous ways and at least be offered an opportunity to recant and repent.

Visit the Tom Tomorrow blog at www. Unfortunately, the deaths in questions are those of our soldiers. By: bobbyjoe on April 26, at am. Thank you for the reminder of how the anti-war crowd was treated before and after the beginning of the Iraq War, and it is not very pretty. Now the tables have turned but the rhetoric remains the same but now it is turned on the withdrawal efforts.

These same people are now acting as though they have some credibility to speak on the issue. After all the lies, malfeasance, errors, and incompetence they are still chewing the same cud — great for cows, disastrous for Americans. We need to speed up the investigations on the hill, these people need to go and their media enablers need to go with them before they make their own version of the rapture in the form of a mushroom cloud.

Impeachment Is Imminent! It fits right in with the PBS special last night about the run-up to to the Iraq war by the news media, presented by Bill Moyers. On a nightly basis, in our television world, the best hour of reality is on Comedy Central with Stewart and Colbert. Olbermann is pretty good, too, but the rest is propaganda and fluff. There is nothing about our democracy that is eternal. It rose; it could fail and fall. If it does come undone, it might be because its citizens preferred infotainment and distraction over facts and truth.

By: Leftyliberal on April 26, at am. This would, for the most part, consume the rest of their lives and we would be spared having to hear their propaganda any more. It is incredible that these lying sacks of shit are allowed to pontificate on this ongoing tragedy that they caused and are considered by the media as pundits, experts, journalists.

By: gary50 on April 26, at am. Please consider making this into a you-tube video. Your artistry and the sound from the actual voices of these utter blowhard imbeciles would make it the most watched you-yube video since, well, anything related to Anna Nicole.

But kidding aside, amazing compilation, excellant work as usual. By: gaspare on April 26, at am. Would you do a similar cartoon with the people who did speak out against the war?

It seems only fair to give them their due particularly since they were tarred and feathered at the time. By: motlo on April 26, at am. Truth that the right wing cannot suppress, though they would love to.

God Bless You. By: msm on April 26, at am. It was a 90 minute program about the runup to the Iraq war, and I cannot emphasize too strongly that everyone watch this when you get a chance. This program shows how the administration actually banged the drums so strongly that the newspapers and TV channels were conned into supporting the war because they were not doing their jobs properly, and consequently the American people were given false information.

The journalists were lazy and afraid to delve into available information, and they were afraid to go with negative information for the public. We now have plus dead troops and countless wounded, and I was horrified and ashamed to see how we were hoodwinked into believing the propaganda in the newspapers and on TV. Of course no one will take responsibility for it, but it would be refreshing to see some of the editors of the papers and presidents of the networks admit they were wrong.

By: Beckyjo on April 26, at am. Things had to get terribly bad before the American public rose up to demand better of our government. I think we really had to be to the point of shame, as a people, before we were willing to act to reverse this disgraceful political direction. By: Ceesavita on April 26, at am. But they continue to pollute our airwaves and newspapers and people actually still pay attention to them.

Motlo, Why should he do that? Bring it back, and then you can make demands about presenting both sides of the issue. Thanks Tom. Keep up the great work! By: stublueca on April 26, at am. Bill Moyers nailed this in his PBS program last night. As usual, Tom Tomorrow fearlessly draws what most of us have tried to forget through drink and distraction. The earlier suggestion that these panels be YouTube-ed using the actual excerpts is an inspired idea.

This is how democracy works: each of us takes a moment, every day, to support the Constitution and expose those who are gutting it. By: mcquaidtom72 on April 26, at am. Great post. I, too, watched the Moyers show on PBS last night, and found it endlessly depressing. But I consoled myself with the thought that the Blogosphere — with the Huff Post leading the charge — might just be the solution.

By: mariemeyer on April 26, at am. What I have found is what this cartoon illustrates. By: NeverDupedAgain on April 26, at am. A totally brilliant concept that should get a wide distribution. Over the internet, over the news. A la Presidential speeches by Letterman. Thank you. By: annabelle on April 26, at pm.

This is priceless. Oprah is a Republican because they let her keep more of her millions and let her media buddies own more media outlets. Oprah has never apologized for being an ass about the facts of WMDs in Iraq. By: drblack on April 26, at pm. I can still remember his gleeful, energetic demeanor as he spoke those words. Blue Letter Bible. You should put in some designs for the next round of dollar bill redesigns.

By: gappedtoothgodwarrior on April 26, at pm. By: castlerider on April 26, at pm. Moyers is the E. Morrow of our time. He is one of the few true journalists left. The rest the media princes and princesses who make millions are just eye candy for the masses. Great piece! Making the situation more awkward for the embattled Department, the official, Robert E.

Coughlin appears to be the first Justice Department official to come under scrutiny in the wide-ranging probe that has implicated a veteran congressman, a deputy Cabinet secretary, a White House aide and eight others. Abramoff has pleaded guilty to three counts in the corruption probe and could face up to 11 years in prison. Durbin Drops Bombshells on the Senate Floor Senator Dick Durbin, who was on the Senate Intelligence Committee during the lead up to the war, fills us in on what was going on behind the intel scenes in and how accurately it matched up with what we were being told publicly.

This is rich…This administration is riddled with liars and hypocrites… Randall L. Tobias, the deputy secretary of state responsible for U. Condi and Bush are so sad. His actions further prove that abstinence does not work and never will. We are a Democracy so why is our country being run by Regent University type zealots and programs? B is being faithful within that committed relationship.

It really shows a side of Jon Stewart that you rarely get to see. You can also be stream the entire 30 minute episode at the PBS website. Update: The Bill Moyers interview with Stewart back in is also a great watch.

Here it is. Michael Ware On The Surge Cooper: Where does the so called surge — others would say just escalation, where does it stand? Too soon to tell? But what I can tell you right now that, in terms of Baghdad, if you want to look at it through a microscope without looking at the rest of the country the surge will have an impact.

But at the end of the day if America wants to win in Iraq it would need to surge the whole country. But at what cost? American deaths are up. Remember the story of the three Muslim men who were arrested because they bought cell phones? How many days of coverage did that non-story rate?

Now how much airtime has this story gotten? Birmingham AL News: Simultaneous raids carried out in four Alabama counties Thursday turned up truckloads of explosives and weapons, including grenades, an improvised rocket launcher and 2, rounds of ammunition belonging to the small, but mightily armed, Alabama Free Militia.

When in doubt, blame Clinton When the Bush White House was confronted with questions about an unprecedented purge of eight U. Take a wild guess. It appears that, for the second time in as many weeks, Perino simply made it up, fabricating a story to get herself out of a jam. In the new film, a serial killer in a Ronald Reagan mask terrorises music fans at a festival, and Arquette hopes to feature Bush in the follow-up.

He tells Movies. I hope they sneak things in. South Florida resident Beatriz Rosaval echoed his sentiment as she protested across the street from Miami-Dade College.

Why are we still there? The message of the event was that Congress impeaches both men. Congressman Dennis Kucinich has filed articles of impeachment for what he claims, they lied to Congress, the American people and the world.

More than other cities nationwide are participating in events like this. Fight Ignorance: Read BuzzFlash. Environmental attorney and activist Robert F. Kennedy Jr. In his speech following Earth Day weekend, Kennedy pointed to a connection between the environment and Democracy and urged the public to examine what is going on around them instead of depending on the news media to inform them through talk radio and Fox news and other media outlets that are now run by five major corporations.

Romney is not alone, however, in the field of Republican presidential candidates. Giuliani also admitted he did not know how the Bush-McCain esclation was going in Iraq, nor how much further along Iran and North Korea were with the development of nuclear weapons. The American people want strong leadership, not more of the same bumbling and disastrous foreign policy the Bush Administration has made infamous.

An active-duty Army officer is publishing a blistering attack on U. Its appearance signals the public emergence of a split inside the military between younger, mid-career officers and the top brass. Rick Renzi, R-AZ could resign from Congress as early as today in the wake of a federal investigation into his involvement in a federal land swap deal and FBI raids of an insurance agency owned by his wife.

Whatever a salesperson is selling, when they ask a person to take the product, use it for a while and then decide … like a cute little doggy, they get used to it and many will keep it. But, that is exactly what Congress needs to do. The US cannot help the Iraqi people by occupying their country. Does the President think terrorists are puppy dogs? Bush keeps bringing up the threat of al Qaeda and compares them to dogs following him home, when actually they followed Bush into Iraq.

Maybe he should have thought about that before he invaded Iraq where no al Qaeda existed under the dictatorship of Saddam. Congress should take another look at themselves and at who they are following and why. The US military can leave Iraq and there will be no reason for the hostility. The International community can step in. Bush will never change. He is not a leader. He is a dictator. And, after this slaughter is over, Bush will blame the Democrats, whatever they do.

Republicans should not be government leaders, and past leaders have also proven this, because they cannot take the responsibility for their own actions, and they believe in violence as a way to solve differences, somehow this is thought of as being conservative.

Just listen to every GOP talking bobble head, always accusing, talking in vile language, and shifting the blame onto others for their own abusive actions. In our airports today if anyone mumbles some kind of threat they are arrested, yet these Republican talking heads can talk about assassinations, threats of violence and nothing happens.

Is there any question about what would happen if a Democrat ever made such threats, while Republicans are in the White House? Then there is the current front-runner — he of tediously recycled fear mongering. His would-be White House predecessor has done run that poor animal to exhaustion.

The Patriot Act raises its ugly head again. I read the polls… I understand the frustration and sorrow that American people feel about this war. No Iraq Predictions From Gen. Bill Richardson, a former U. Hillary Clinton of New York. However, Clinton was taken to task by Rep.

Clinton and Sen. Joe Biden of Delaware were both asked whether they agreed with assessments by some that the war in Iraq has been lost. But neither of them answered directly. When he was called upon to discuss the war, Obama did draw a distinction between himself and the former first lady. But how big is the effect? They tut-tut and scold. The kinder ones think he must have misspoken.

Others insist Democrats should give him the hook and replace Reid with a more responsible leader. What did the man say? What do these and other outrageous remarks have in common? They are all true. A political leader who speaks the truth in unambiguous ways is naturally suspect in the capital city.

But he ought Theme For The Metro - The Arquettes - The Arquettes (CD) become a hero in the hinterland where citizens dwell. People who care need to rally around Harry Reid now and express their feelings because the political establishment is coming after him. White House slime agents are leading the campaign. Reid is being caricatured in ways designed to destroy his legitimacy and influence.

If it really tries, the press can accomplish this. Remember how leading newspapers depicted Albert Gore as an egotistical goof back in the campaign? Honk if you like Harry Reid. Bloggers, unite and bite back in his behalf. Washington Post columnist David Broder a friend and former colleague of mine is the chief tut- tutterer among media influentials. But wait a minute. Gonzales is ruined goods because he lied and disremembered and ran away from obvious facts.

Harry Reid is guilty of the opposite behavior — saying aloud what most everyone in Washington knows to be true. Shame on you, David. It is clear that this is some of the effects of what is happening in Iraq, in terms of training and in terms of learning from the Iraqi experience.

The Abstinence-Only Delusion Reliance on abstinence-only sex education as the primary tool to reduce teenage pregnancies and sexually transmitted diseases — as favored by the Bush administration and conservatives in Congress — looks increasingly foolish and indefensible.

The abstinence-only campaign has always been driven more by ideology than by sound public health policy. At least nine states, by one count, have decided to give up the federal matching funds rather than submit to dictates that undermine sensible sex education. Arnold Schwarzenegger of California has warned that he will sue the Environmental Protection Agency unless it gives him the power to regulate automobile emissions. This was the kind of thing I wished I had said to a man when I was much younger, had I been in possession of some shred of that conversational boldness.

I developed a literary tongue only after such darling proclamations would have long been inappropriate. I immediately bought a necklace bearing the quote from a store on Etsy. I have never worn it, but I have photographed it lying in my palm on more than one occasion. I finally found the retort I was looking for on the fifth page of quotes. It read No day is safe from news of you, and it comes from Plaths poem The Rival.

I planned to use it in the event of receiving a text message from a man Id been dating for five months who had disappeared unceremoniously on Christmas Eve, despite prior plans and his knowing that I would spend my favorite holiday alone were he to cancel.

The line was meant to be a clever way of saying that I had been following his social media accounts, knowing full well that despite the existence of the term ghosting that we now have for abandoning romantic interests without a word, he was, quite unfortunately, not at all dead. I didnt use it on him when he reemerged, but I was grateful for having made the excursion to the pages and pages of Sylvia quotes. Further excavation brought me a wealth of gems about love and loss and death.

They have all the wit of Dorothy Parker and the devastating brutality of Virginia Woolf. Yet somewhere along the line, the literary establishment lost sight of the genius because they saw it as too wrapped up in girlishness, a niche interest that half the world endures.

I fell in love with Sylvia in that scroll of disjointed quotes and fell with an enthusiasm I had not felt since college when I discovered the especially unforgiving love songs of the Magnetic Fields and the renewed rage of a mid-career Fiona Apple. Sylvias words were reflections on love and doubt and suffering and the brutal nexus where they all come together in a tender corner of the human heart You are a dream; I hope I never meet you.

But they were also nonsense and melodrama without their contexts I have suffered the atrocity of sunsets. I went through page after page until the quotes came to an end, and throughout my read, I tried to put together The Bell Jar in something like order only to realize it is a chronicle of disorder.

When their origins werent labeled, I wondered which quotes came from her poetry and which from her diaries, trying to detect either her bright-eyed teen years or the shadow-stricken days that drew her toward the light at the back of the oven. I wondered if ovens had lights in the back in Her words made me want to see her face, but there was only one image that dominated the Google image search: Plath in a half-grinning portrait in which she seems confidently unimpressed.

Her hair hangs just below her shoulders and is pinned on the left side of her head. Shes wearing a cardigan of some sort. She looks like shes in possession of either a brand-new secret or a very old one, and its how Ive seen many women writers look at readings when theyve been asked asinine questions by men. But knowing this image well, I searched for more images.

I turned to Tumblr, where enterprising young people have reliably excavated archives of lesser-known pictures to bring texture and time to the lives of those who are long dead. These young curators did not disappoint. I found her unflattering school portrait, better left to the dustbin for such a beauty. I found her wearing a white pillbox hat as she gazes at her interview subject, Elizabeth Bowen, during an assignment for Mademoiselle.

There was an image of her lying on the beach with her eyes closed, bronzed and grinning in a strapless white swimsuit. In another photo, she wears a modest two-piece swimsuit and holds a dandelion as if it were a pet, the note reading that this was taken induring her platinum summer. In another, she wears a black halter top and takes a drink, of what I can only assume is an adult beverage. She appears as mostly an outline blur on the cover of The Colossus and Other Poems, bedecked in a scarf or cape of some kind, and she is a smile incarnate on the cover of her unabridged journals.

For all the unruliness of her heart, she was certainly a compliant subject for photographers. I write of these photographs as if I found them in rapid, orderly succession on Tumblr, but anyone familiar with the platform knows that its treasures do not come that way. Instead, these images are tucked into the folds of the infinite scroll that a reader finds when entering Sylvia Plath in the search bar.

It is overwhelmingly the same quotes from Goodreads given new life in bigger, more artful fonts. I hoped to find rhyme and reason in them, an evident winner like the one on Goodreads: one quote to rule them all. But on Tumblr, each girl who posts about Sylvia Plath has her own kingdom to run. She cannot necessarily be bothered with choosiness. But when she can be bothered to choose, she will be meticulous to the point of obsession about making the correct choice.

Many of the girls I find on Tumblr reblog Plath quotes mechanically alongside a mountain of melancholy content. They are found with photos of wilted flowers and tattoos in Courier New and the occasional textual allusion to glorifying anorexia. These girls create heaping monuments to pain and subsequently gain impressive followings that suggest the world is every bit as heartbroken as weve suspected all along.

Others are more careful curators, and they share less often but more thoughtfully. Sylvia quotes appear alongside photos of Virginia Woolf with her own words scrawled over them and GIFs of Fiona Apple writhing uncomfortably in her own sexualized body.

The suffering is palpable in these media. Regardless of the format, it bears the fingerprints of femininity thrown off balance. With all that smiling she did in photos, she struck me as the kind of woman who didnt want to cause Theme For The Metro - The Arquettes - The Arquettes (CD) lot of trouble except when she was ready to cause nothing short of a disaster.

There are occasional photos of Sylvias books themselves and even more of books opened to particularly moving passages by her, a post habit to which I myself must also confess when I cannot resist transmitting a cutting word from Simone Weil or Flannery OConnor or passages from that lonely grouch of a poet, R.

Thomas, into the digital world. The open books feature in orderly stacks on white backdrops and on dirty sheets. There are also a number of tattoos of quotes from Sylvias books, her words etched forever onto female skin and preserved, at least for now, on the Internet for the masses to admire, judge, and envy accordingly.

There is even an entire Tumblr account devoted to her words on skin, Sylvia Plath Ink. I desire the things that will destroy me in the end, a collarbone reads. A rib cage cries out, I am terrified by this dark thing that sleeps in me, alongside a flower. I find a thigh bearing the words:. The claw Of the magnolia Drunk on its own secrets Asks nothing of life.

Like the T-shirts on Etsy, the tattoo designs are impressively diverse in their colors and placements and the substance of their messages. Sometimes it is unpunctuated. Sometimes it is etched next to an ideographic heart, and other times it is etched onto a realistic rendering of the heart as human organ. Sometimes it is accompanied by its preceding line, I took a deep breath and listened to the old brag of my heart.

I struggle to think of any line of thinking more linked to being a socialized female than to consider the declaration of simply existing to feel like a form of bragging. But that, of course, is the plight of the feeling girl: to be told again and again that her very existence is something not worth declaring. To read Sylvias diaries is to bear witness to an urgent catastrophe. Though the entries are not marked with dates, it quickly becomes clear that the days she chronicles are eventful only insofar as her feelings are events themselves.

And that they are. New boys have approximately the same weight as the whole wide world, yet they have taken the liberty of taking up much more than their physically allotted spaces with larger gestures and excessive speech. They suffocate girls spaces, their intrusions of volume and flesh lingering long after theyve left. In the air was the strong smell of masculinity which creates the ideal medium for me to exist in, she confesses, a rare and raw admission of how much we sometimes crave the opportunity to crawl into the arms of men who cannot or choose not to love us as fully as we do them.

Sylvia describes the fickle affections of men in her early years in one-dimensional terms, speaking in the absolutist language that would come to characterize her observations of life in early adulthood. She writes, Being born a woman is my awful tragedy. From the moment I was conceived I was doomed to sprout breasts and ovaries rather than penis and scrotum; to have my whole circle of action, thought and feeling rigidly circumscribed by my inescapable femininity.

Sylvia does not have just best friends, she has the absolute best friends that history has ever produced. She is something vital, she writes of a dear friend, imbuing the girl not just with significance in her life but with life-giving properties no less critical than the beat of a heart or the shine of the sun. Her experience of love has similarly high stakes.

What did my fingers do before they held him? What did my heart do, with its love? Plath experiences first love as a reincarnation, unable to remember a time when her body had any purpose but the love before her. These are not expressions of hyperbole so much as they are expressions of gravity. These diaries are an exercise in the belief that the ordinary female life is no ordinary thing at all. When she considers what it means to be a young woman, she feels the full weight of both its peculiar fragility and its attendant lack of mercies.

Sylvia knows full well that the world had neither her particular intellect nor her body in mind when it was designed. At eighteen, she berates herself for the urge to gaze inward, but she cannot find a reprieve from her own fascination:. I am a victim of introspection.

If I have not the power to put myself in the place of other people, but must be continually burrowing inward, I shall never be the magnanimous creative person I wish to be. Yet I am hypnotized by the workings of the individual, alone, and am continually using myself as a specimen.

Sylvia was an early literary manifestation of a young woman who takes endless selfies and posts them with vicious captions calling herself fat and ugly. She is at once her own documentarian and the reflexive voice that says she is unworthy of documentation.

She sends her image into the world to be seen, discussed, and devoured, proclaiming that the ordinariness or ugliness of her existence does not remove her right to have it. You might be so very good and generous if you could only relinquish that nagging sense that you matter at all, the world tells them now and told Sylvia then. I look to the girls and women who adore Sylvia on Tumblr and mourn that I had no such home for self- expression and mourn for a world that wont allow itself to behold the richness of their lives as the art of ingnues rather than the nuisances of adolescence.

Clicking through the profiles of girls who share Sylvia-related images and words, it is not uncommon to find images of self-inflicted wounds displayed through carefully selected filters.

Reds are turned up and backgrounds are darkened. There is a young Parisian whose scroll is a well-curated collection of literary quotations relating to the discomfort of being human. Another describes herself as having a rebel soul and a whole lot of gypsy, her account a gallery celebrating literature and landscapes meant to break the heart. These young women awaken a maternal impulse in me, and at some points I get close to reaching out to encourage them to get care.

I realize this is both invasive and unproductive at first, but I later realize that it is an underestimation of their capabilities. The very act of sharing the images is a way of seeking care, not as cries for help or as declarations of their suffering. Their blood is proof that something is alive in them. They are making art of their pain. Many experience these platforms as communities where their pain is acknowledged in gentle, more reassuring ways than those available from family and in-person peers.

Now I know what loneliness is, I think. Momentary loneliness, anyway. It comes from a vague core of the selflike a disease of the blood, dispersed throughout the body so that one cannot locate the matrix, the spot of contagion, Sylvia wrote.

I wish I could tell them to stop hurting themselves and have them miraculously listen. I also want to tell them that I am so happy theyve found one another instead of finding the back of an oven. I want to tell them that the contagion source is not dispersed in the blood but in fissures in the heart. These fissures do not course through the body and require an aggressive medicinal annihilation. They require the tender touch of one willing to deal with the brokenness of the flesh, and they require the trust of the wounded hearts owner to know that their insides can and should be beheld.

I want to call out to the girls who repeat Sylvias poisonous directive, I must bridge the gap between adolescent glitter and mature glow. This is a fallacy, a lie intended to kill the spirits of girls so that they might become what we have come to expect of women.

It is telling that among the ranks of quotes on Goodreads and in the bottomless scrolls on Tumblr, it is words from Sylvias earlier works in her late teens and early twenties that are the most popular. The girls may repeat her longing to grow from glitter to glow, but their affections favor glitter overwhelmingly. Glitter is the unbridled multitudes of shining objects that have no predictable trajectory and no particular use but their own splendor.

A glow is contained. Its purpose is to offer a light bright enough that those who bear it will cast a shadow, but not so bright that their features will come fully into focus. Never surrender your glitter sounds like the clich battle cry of a cheerleading coach or a pageant mom, but I still find it a suitable message for young girls.

I also want to show them a line of Sylvias poem Stings, written from the point of view of a bee:. In the end, it was Sylvia who thought that death was worth it indeed, but her disciples now can and should have the chance to feel like queens. The thing about that beloved quote I was so originally unimpressed by, about all the lives Sylvia wanted, is that it continues into a more tender consideration of what it means to be fully who we are.

She acknowledges that though she is limited, she is not incapacitated or wounded. She writes, I have much to live for, yet unaccountably I am sick and sad. Perhaps you could trace my feeling back to my distaste at having to choose between alternatives. Perhaps thats why I want to be everyoneso no one can blame me for being I. The girls who adorn their persons and bedrooms and websites with the work of Sylvia Plath, who allow her words and images and sounds to give shape to their lives, are her legacy.

Defying the command that they not end up like Sylvia, they document their lives in details that are always personal, and they do so in kingdoms theyve crafted and breathed meaning into themselves. The ways they tag and arrange their posts are signals in the night, reaching out to others enduring suffering and nonsense in a world that tells them their hearts are burdens rather than treasures.

They are good witches in the wilderness and sages and romantics regardless of any present romance. And they know they are not drawn to the bulb at the back of the oven, but by the flare signals sent out by their fellow travelers. They are flashes of light and recognition, momentary reflections of the sun onto a shred of glitter. But they are something vital nonetheless. This is what makes us girls, We all look for heaven and we put our love first.

Her birth name was a mouthful for a performer whose record label wanted to package her as something more ethereal. But the clumsiness of her full name is at home in a childhood spent volleying between Los Angeles summers with her father and school years with her mother in an eclectic New York apartment that featured, among other bizarre decorative flourishes, a crucified Kermit the Frog stuffed animal on the kitchen wall. Fionas team reportedly considered endless variations of her names when they were crafting an image for her that they could sell.

Fionas only reported request was to not include Apple in the name. She told Rolling Stone in that in the end, her contract arrived and her stage name was unceremoniously declared Fiona Apple before she was able to object. She said the metaphor didnt strike her immediately: The apple: the thing that starts all the knowledge, but that also starts all the trouble.

It is a digestible, Waspy name certainly, though the wealth and nobility of her background have been in constant dispute since her detractors came for blood in the wake of discovering she had not sprung into the world as a devastated femme fatale.

Like much of her life and legend, the origins of Lanas stage name are shrouded in mystery. Her names meanings are more easily discoverable.

Lana is the Gaelic for child, while Del Rey is Spanish for of the king. This combination is ripe with possibilities for interpretation. The girl child of a king is most literally a princess. More critically, the king can refer to Christ or God himself, his child being either a protg or a disciple. In any of these cases, where she comes from is explicitly a place of male power.

She languishes and thrives under it in due course, but never escapes from that inheritance. Both women are preternaturally beautiful in that way that makes them hard to look at for too long. Their beauty gives you the sense that it might break something, if it hasnt already. But in appearance, they share little more than alluring looks and occasionally similar tawny waves of hairwhen Lana is not indulging her predilection for more dramatic colors.

Fiona Apples center of gravity is her eyes; Del Reys is her mouth. A Quietus story on Lana from called her figure hardy and healthy,2 which stands in stark contrast to the endless speculations that littered media coverage around the time of Fionas debut that she was in imminent danger of dying because of her low weight. Both women draw apt comparisons to their husky, soulful counterparts from yesteryear. Lyrically, they both toil endlessly under the gazes of a sordid assortment of men.

They know too well the violent hypnosis of those who hope to possess themmen who can smell the blood on the places where a woman is breaking. And Fiona and Lana have wounds to spare.

But what sets them apart further from many of their musical peers are their preoccupations with the theological: the question of how God is present and active or absent in their lives. In both of these fragile but well-constructed worlds, the ultimate manifestation of the male gaze is to be witnessed by God.

But they diverge sharply when it comes to what that gaze means and how they might be rescued from it or, in some cases, redeemed by it. Who is that girl? Shes going to die soon, my friend Andreas grandmother asked, going from one thought to the next about Fiona Apple before either of us had time to respond.

It was the summer ofand we were watching the video for Criminal, the instantly infamous piece of music video history wherein the teenage Fiona appears in her underwear alongside a number of faceless, similarly famished youths.

People could not decide if the video was more outrageous because it was a glorification of child pornography or a glorification of anorexia. In either case, blame was hurled at Fiona herself rather than on the much older music executives who were largely responsible for establishing her brand.

From a marketing standpoint, they made an excellent choice. The perverse brand that rendered the teen Fiona the commissioner of her own exploitation was one that girls of a certain age and disposition were enthralled by. We were the kind of girls who fantasized about looking beautiful at our funerals instead of our weddings. But we were not girls who especially wanted to die. In Fiona we sensed a similar disconnect, a fascination with death that did not translate to finding a sense of solace in its promises.

I was too young to imagine Fiona as a friend, so I thought of her as an older sister. Her particular neuroses and heartbrokenness were far enough away from my reality to make them romantic in a way that the very real afflictions of my own households were Theme For The Metro - The Arquettes - The Arquettes (CD). Like Fiona, Lana let death linger in her mind long enough for her to breathe it out of her mouth and let it seep out into the world like smoke, the poison all the more appealing when it was mixed with her overtures on love.

Years after taking my posters of Fiona looking characteristically forlorn off my walls and removing her music from heavy rotation on my playlists, I am still touched from time to time by hearing news of Fiona that indicates something like healing in her life.

Even as her music matured into something too sophisticated for my untrained ears and my overactive heart, I consumed stories about her like a consummate fan. Whereas the happiness of former idols like Billy Corgan of the Smashing Pumpkins has made me lose interest, I remain invested in Fiona as a person.

I wanted her to win, at what game, I am unsure. I did not feel this protective of a female musician again until I was over twenty-five years old, well past the age Fiona was when I drifted from her music. In FebruaryLana Del Rey tweeted, Reputation is what men and women think of us; character is what God and angels know of us.

It is a clever take on the concepts of perception and persona, but it is not hers. The quote comes from the eighteenth-century political theorist Thomas Paine, though Lana did not mention this in the tweet.

She was a new face on the music scene, four months away from releasing her self-directed music video debut of the song Video Games. The video made her an indie darling for a few fleeting months before it became the primary piece of evidence used against her when information and images surfaced online about Lizzy Grant: a cute, blond, and far less alluring pop singer than Lana. Whoever managed her marketing efforts had effectively killed Lizzy Grant and replaced her with the pouting temptress Lana Del Rey.

Audiences felt duped and sought to punish her for their own suspensions of disbelief. Lana would soon be accused of performing as a false persona that was too meticulously manufactured.

Rather than an image that was especially dangerous, as people claimed Fionas had been, Lanas was derided for being artificial and self-indulgent. Lanas femme fatale looks and her hypernostalgic music videos looked labored and amateurish, how a high school girl who got her hands on some old Hollywood movies and a bustier might adorn herself more than how an adult artist with a legitimate interest in a genre might.

Fiona was accused of glamorizing child porn in the Hollywood Hills; Lana was accused of pornifying authentic Hollywood glamour. Those who accuse these women of fraud in their image craft seem not to have heard of David Bowies successful alter ego Ziggy Stardust or even Bob Dylan, the folksy creation of a genius named Robert Allen Zimmerman. There is a tradition of male artists taking on personae that are understood to be part of their art.

It is as though there is so much genius within them that it must be split between these mortal men and the characters they create. Women who venture to do the same are ridiculed as fakers and try-hards; their constructed identities are seen as attention-seeking stunts more than new embodiments of the artists themselves.

Madonna is perhaps the most successful woman to reinvent herself but never to fully slip into an alter ego, and even she is routinely called an insufferable bitch for it. But within what is meant to be the exclusive territory of men who invent and inhabit images that add up to more than the sum of their aesthetic and musical parts, there is a trespasser. She has gone undetected for decades, despite having crafted a highly visible and truly magnetic image.

Like Lana and Fiona, she is powerfully moved by the wiles of careless men but is motivated, too, by the surveillance of God, who seems to care even as he judges her. Slert, N. Harter, eds. Basically a post-exhibit catalog for item Photographic consultants, Julius Shulman and Marvin Rand. Sweeney, R. Item references Lautner's letter to the editor in the November issue of Architectural Record responding to Henry-Russell Hitchcock's "The Architectural Future in America" appearing in the July issue and Hitchcock's rejoinder on pp.

Lautners wife Elizabeth dies. Lautner listed as one of the judges. Los Angeles Times, May 20 : p. Los Angeles Times, Jul 22 : p. Includes a photo of the building. Los Angeles Times, Oct 28 : p. Lautner was one of the judges for the annual awards selection.

Los Angeles Times, Apr 8 : p. Hollywood Dream Castle [ad]. Bob Crane real estate ad for a house with guest house Eisle? Allen, G. Gilbar, A. Los Angeles Magazine, Sep : p. Article on the work of Eduardo Bross who worked with John Lautner and Ray Kappe after graduation before opening his own practice. Ross, M. Architect, Tafel, E. Includes references to and photos of Lautner's time at Taliesin. Lautner Program November Article on Lautner includes an uncreditied photo Shulman?

John Lautner: An Epoch in Architecture. Article on the Garcia Residence. Janan Strand. Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians, Feb : p.

Los Angeles Times, Nov 9 : p. Tuesday at the Biltmore Hotel at S. Olive St. A slide show highlighting his year career will be part of the event which is open to the public. A Lautner Lodge [ad]. Los Angeles Times, Jan 6 : p. Los Angeles Times, Aug 24 : p. Ideal for "forward new world buyer. Gill, B. The New Yorker, Sep 15 : p.

Moore, The dream come true: great houses of Los Angeles. References Lautner's Silvertop and Chemosphere. Kinchen, D. Los Angeles Times, Oct 5 : p. Interview references Lautner as one of Shulman's important clients. Muriel, E. Contemporary Architects. Martin's Press: New York. Includes Lautner. Owen, Warner Gray. Ville Giardini, Includes plans, photos of Lautner work. Program on John Lautner Slated. Parsons Annex Auditorium in Pasadena. Los Angeles Times, Jun 18 : p. Counting Our Riches [editorial].

Los Angeles Times, Feb 17 : p. Article descrbing the architectural treasures of L. Bonvicini, P. An overview of all of Lautner's projects. Los Angeles Times, Mar 22 : p. Review of "L. Gleye, P. Jacobs, J. Los Angeles Times, Apr 3 : p. Endnotes 6. Ryon, R. Los Angeles Times, Jan 11 : p.

I1, I6. Article with photo on realtor Bob Crane who sells and lectures on the historic houses of Richard Neutra, R. Schindler, John Lautner and others. Mentions Julius Shulman's photos. Stanley, A. Earle, Geo Goes Upbeat-and Uptown. Time Magazine, Nov 9. Article about Architectural Digest editor Paige Rense taking over the editorship of Geo as well includes quotes by Lautner regardding how his houses appearing in AD always brought him clients.

Marries Francisca Hernandez. Architettura: John Lautner. Architectural Digest [Edizione Italiana], Feb : p.

The Design Is The Horse. The Rainbow House [ad]. Lautner's Parabola House [ad]. Los Angeles Times, Jan 24 : p. Hayes, M. Aspen Times, Jan 21 : p. Article on Lautner's Turner Residence in Aspen. Goldstein, Guide to U. Architecture: Murray, C. Los Angeles Times, IV References a guest house designed by John Lautner for L. Milton Wolf. Wright, F. Pfeiffer, Letters to Apprentices. Includes correspondence between Lautner and Wright.

Architect Chapter Slates Four Sessions. Announces a series of programs sponsored by the AIA beginning Tuesday. Martin, William Pereira and Albert Dorman at p. Architects, Sculptor Named to Arch Jury. Los Angeles Times, H9. Lautner named to jury in an international competition to design a Gateway Arch for the Olympic Games. John Lautner Architectural Home. Los Angeles Times, Sep 4 : p. Los Angeles Times, Jan 14 : p. V-1, Hess, A. Prefab components, spatial innovation and bold engineering shaped this modern classic from the 's.

Fine homebuilding, 18, Dec-Jan : p. Includes 7 photos, construction details and floor plan. Fine Homebuilding, 18 : p. Brief bio of Lautner's life and career. Kaplan, S. Los Angeles Times, Sep 12 : p.

Article on Silver Lake references Lautner's work. Smith, J. Los Angeles Times, Dec 13 : p. Julius Shulman photo. Los Angeles Times, Oct 27 : p. Fred Sands Realy marketing article listing for sale John Lautner's 65 ft.

The article mentions that the Encyclopedia Brittanica named the house "The Most Modern home Built in the World in ", that it was featured in the L. Living Architecture. Chemosphere House. Los Angeles Times, Nov 18 : p. Preserving a Tradition [editorial]. Fred Sands Realy marketing article with photo listing for sale John Lautner's 65 ft.

Christy, G. Interview, Aug. Home of Mr. Includes 8 Mary E. Nichols photos, floor plan and rendering Los Angeles Times, Feb 15 : p. Article on unique architecture mentions Lautner's Chemosphere in the Hollywood Hills.

Becker, and R. Campbell, The city observed, Los Angeles: a guide to its architecture and landscapes. Includes Lautner's house at Micheltorena Ave. Palma, B. Contains footage of Chemosphere Malin Residence. Pastier, J. Apr Rouillard, D. Sergeant, J. Bay Front Residence, Southern California, GA Houses 18, 18 : p. Architect: John Lautner. Text in Japanese and English Fifties House Tour in the Hollywood Hills [tour announcement].

Los Angeles Conservancy, Sep 21 and Exhibition undoubtedly includes Julius Shulman photos. Article on Lautner's Silvertop with Julius Shulman photos? Futuristic Home Up For Sale. Contra Costa Times, Feb 4 : p. Article on the sale of Lautner's Malin House Chemosphere. Global Architecture 18, Aug : p.

Article on Lautner's Rawlins Residence. Los Angeles Times, Jun 2 : p. Real estate ad with photo. The Chemosphere House [ad]. Los Angeles Times, Jun 23 : p. REal estate ad with photo. Grantham, L.

Friends of Kebyar, Exhibition included models, floor plans. Kornbluth, J. Architectural Digest, May : p. Cover, Article on John Lautner's Beyer Residence. Opus Incertum, McGarry, T. II-1, II Los Angeles Times, Oct 13 : p. Teague, E. Architecture series--bibliography. Early 5-page bibliography. Collection of work published in L.

GA Houses 19, Feb : p. Introduction by Julius Shulman. Living Architecture: John Lautner, F. Los Angeles Times, Jun 1 : p. Golden, J. Entire issue devoted to the works of John Lautner. Style, Oct : p. Also contains contemporary photos by Tim Street-Porter. Includes many quotes by Lautner and a quote by Julius Shulman. Los Angeles Times, Mar 16 : p. Langdon, P. Includes references to Lautner's work.

Laskey, M. Lautner recalls his early years, his apprenticeship to Frank Lloyd Wright, and the background to his architectural designs. Library, A. Includes Lautner entries. Mouton, P. Simross, L. Los Angeles Times, Sep 25 : p. G1, G Street-Porter, T. Includes designs by Frank Gehry, R. Vance, M. References "John Lautner: architettura organico- sperimentale. Bari: Dedalo libri, c" by Pierluigi Bonvicini.

Whiteson, L. Los Angeles Herald Examiner, Apr 27 : p. E1, Sette conferme di John Lautner delle sette invarianti dell'architettura moderna. Architettura: cronache e storia, English, French, German, Spanish summaries Designers West, May : p. Architectural Review, References Lautner's Googie's Coffee Shop. Division, N. Lists on p. Bari : Dedalo l ihn. Giovannini, J. New York Times, Apr 2 : p.

Graaf, V. Article on Lautner's Beyer Residence. Kaiser, K. San Diego Union - Tribune, Feb 12 : p. Kanievska, M. Starring Robert Downey, Jr. Story of drug addiction among the youthful rich of Beverly Hills. Lyon, D. English summary, p. Pedio, R. L'Architettura, Cronache e Storia, Pendro, R. Twombly, R.

Wasserman, I. San Diego Union - Tribune, Feb 1 : p. Curated by SDSU professor of art Eugene Ray, the exhibition utilizes photographs, models, slides, drawings and renderings.

Best Architect of Fantasy. Weekly, Bailey, D. Los Angeles Independent, B Deloffre, C. City, October : p. Real Architecture From Real Ideas. Dow Creativity Center. Conference held in conjunction with an exhibition at the Midland Center for the Arts, September October 16, Murphy, D.

Peters, W. Sutro, D. Article defining modernism includes a reference to and photo of Lautner's Chemosphere Malin House Whiting, H. Baldon, C. Julius Shulman cover line. Cohen, B. Dietsch, D. Includes 5 Alan Weintraub photos, a section and a floor plan.

Donner, R. Includes footage on the Rainbow House Garcia House.

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