Monthly Archives: May 2013

Touring Paris for its great artists of the past

Tweet Google Pin It Originally published: May 29, 2013 12:02 PM Updated: May 30, 2013 11:34 PM By PATRICIA FIELDSTEEL. Special to Newsday Article source: http://www.newsday.com/travel/touring-paris-for-its-great-artists-of-the-past-1.5360759

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Museum & Gallery Listings for May 31- June 6

Museums and galleries are in Manhattan unless otherwise noted. Full reviews of recent art shows: nytimes.com/art. A searchable guide to these and many other art shows is at nytimes.com/events. Museums Brooklyn Museum: ‘LaToya Ruby Frazier: A Haunted Capital’ (through Aug. … Continue reading

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Still Life with Life

Still Life with Life By Isabella Kirkland An artist mother, an ecologically sensitive woodsman father, and a childhood spent exploring the outdoors and planting trees in Richmond, VA – these early influences are the underpinnings of Isabella Kirkland’s abiding interest in … Continue reading

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Christie’s announces The Impressionist & Modern Art Evening Sale to be held in …

LONDON.- Building on the strength of Christie’s vibrant New York sales of Impressionist Modern Art in May – which welcomed bidders from 30 countries, selling 94% by lot and 90% by value – the Impressionist Modern Art Evening Sale in … Continue reading

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Blancanieves, reviewed: Snow White adaptation is the strong, silent (black and …

Trend No. 1: Silent movies, which were put on hold for 85 years after Al Jolson started talking in The Jazz Singer, have reclaimed their charm. Last year, they also reclaimed an Oscar for The Artist, a French billet doux … Continue reading

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Dagley’s work to go under hammer

A huge collection of one of Tauranga’s most prolific artists, the late Arthur Dagley, is going under the hammer. An auction of 101 pieces of Dagley’s work will be held at Baycourt on June 10, with proceeds going towards the … Continue reading

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STILL LIFE: Making a splash

11:28 PM STILL LIFE: Making a splash By Joe Phelan jphelan@centralmaine.comStaff Writer Christopher Carron, left, of Vassalboro, and Josh Dyer, of Benton, take a spin on their personal water crafts on  Thursday in China Lake in China. It was a … Continue reading

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Kids Camp TMA – Impressionism

Goin’ rogue After being terminated from Star 105.5 in December, Andrew Z and his Morning Crew, Brandon Doriot, Calen Savage and his wife, Michele Zepada, left mainstream radio for a foray into the digital world with Toledo’s App Station, an … Continue reading

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Their Bedside Manners Need Work

In the new plastic-surgery-themed horror film”American Mary,”directed by the twin sisters Jen and Sylvia Soska, the role of evil doctor undergoes gender-bending twists. The surgeon is female, rare in horror, where the face of Dr. Death is usually male. Unlike … Continue reading

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Sleeping Weazel premieres Charlotte Meehan’s ‘Real Realism’

The characters are listed as A, B, C, D, and E, although they have names that pop up later. The time is “Now. Or any time. Some time.” And the place: “Something makes you think you’re in a room, but … Continue reading

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