Monthly Archives: June 2013

Outspent 12-1 by Emily’s List, Right to Life Still Beats Pro-Abortion Group

Outspent 12-1 by Emily’s List, Right to Life Still Beats Pro-Abortion Group by Karen Cross | Washington, DC | LifeNews.com | 6/28/13 11:10 AM Print Email<!–Email–> In a March 3, 2013, poll conducted by the polling companyTM, inc., only 12 … Continue reading

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Exultant strangeness: Graham Sutherland landscapes on view at Abbot Hall Art …

KENDAL.- Graham Sutherland (1903-1980) was one of the great British landscape painters and, during the 1940s and 50s, one of the most famous artists in this country. Initially inspired by the visionary landscapes of eighteenth- and nineteenth-century artists such as … Continue reading

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‘Paul McCarthy: WS’ Turns a Magic Mirror on Excess

Paul McCarthy’s film-and-sculpture installation, “WS,” which fills the immense drill hall of the Park Avenue Armory, is basically a Yahoo epic, its satire framed in the language of Disney, Duchamp, 1950s suburbia, 21st-century greed and Craigslist pornography. The piece is … Continue reading

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Daughter says Mandela ‘responding to touch’

Nelson Mandela’s condition is “very critical” and “anything is imminent”, his daughter Makaziwe Mandela has said.  “I can reiterate that Tata [father] is very critical, that anything is imminent, but I want to emphasise again that it is only God who … Continue reading

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Richard Diebenkorn’s Berkeley Paintings Light Up The De Young Museum …

Capturing the ethereal glow of the Bay Area is no easy feat. Richard Diebenkorn succeeds where many before him have failed, translating the atmospheric haze of Berkeley, California into paint. An exhibition entitled “The Berkeley Years, 1953-1966,” revisits Diebenkorn’s affair … Continue reading

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STILL LIFE: Top of Maine

Yesterday at 8:18 PM STILL LIFE: Top of Maine By Michael G. Seamans mseamans@onlinesentinel.comStaff Photographer, Morning Sentinel Jesse Hamilton, of Waterville, traverses the Knife Edge on Mt. Katahdin in Baxter State Park on Sunday. Mt. Katahdin is the highest mountain … Continue reading

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Meet Art Institute’s ‘Impressionism’ curator July 11

  By Deborah Dowley Preiser | dpreiser@oppl.org June 28, 2013 7:22AM Pierre-Auguste Renoir, French, 1841–1919; “The Loge,” 1874. Oil on canvas. The Samuel Courtauld Trust, The Courtauld Gallery, London. Article source: http://oakpark.suntimes.com/news/21008578-418/meet-art-institutes-impressionism-curator-july-11.html

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Lichtenstein: Expressionism – Gagosian Gallery Paris

Du 1er juillet au 12 octobre 2013 Les premières appropriations de l’esthétique de la culture populaire américaine par Lichtenstein en ont fait un acteur majeur du développement du Pop Art. Tout en s’inspirant des œuvres de Pablo Picasso, Joan Miró ou Paul … Continue reading

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Still Life: Klipfisk, Cloudberries and Life After Kids by Elisabeth Luard – review

Still Life: Klipfisk, Cloudberries and Life After Kids by Elisabeth Luard Tell us what you think: Star-rate and review this book First published in 1998, Still Life tells the backstory of Elisabeth Luard’s classic European Peasant Cooking (1986). She describes … Continue reading

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Display of landscapes mark artist’s return

A FORMER art master of Wells Cathedral School is returning to the city with an exhibition of paintings. Peter Coate was appointed art master at the Cathedral School in 1963 and left ten years later to start the Mendip Painting … Continue reading

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