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Monster Mash: 'Carnage,' 'Pina' slated for AFI Fest; Frank Gehry

October 19, 2011 |  8:50 am

Grauman's Chinese Theater in Hollywood, which will serve as a venue for the AFI Fest.

Red carpet: "Carnage," "Coriolanus" and the 3D dance documentary "Pina" will be part of this year's AFI Fest. (Indiewire)

Mixed reaction: Architect Frank Gehry explained his design for the future Dwight D. Eisenhower Memorial to architecture colleagues Tuesday at the Corcoran Gallery. (Associated Press, via Washington Post)

Stepping down: John Murdoch, director of art collections at the Huntington, will be retiring in June. (Los Angeles Times)

Early look: An architectural tour of the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, which is scheduled to open in November. (Architectural Record)

Honored: Beverley Taylor Sorenson, a Utah philanthropist, has received the Eli and Edythe Broad Award for Philanthropy in the Arts. (Salt Lake Tribune)

Lawsuit: A group of prominent artists is suing Christie's and Sotheby's for "resale royalties." (Los Angeles Times)

All grown up: Haley Joel Osment is starring in a Philadelphia production of John Logan's Tony-winning play "Red." (Playbill)

Refund?: A bride and groom have sued an opera trio for a "disastrous" performance. (Daily Mail)

Before Camilla: A rarely seen portrait of King Charles II's mistress Nell Gwyn will go on display as part of a new exhibition opening in London this month. (Press Assn.)

Also in the L.A. Times: Was Leonardo da Vinci the artist behind a portrait that sold for just $21,000?

-- David Ng

Photo: Grauman's Chinese Theater in Hollywood, which will serve as a venue for the AFI Fest. Credit: Luis Sinco / Los Angeles Times

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