Monthly Archives: January 2014

It’s a Bird, It’s a Plane! Tony Winner Jeremy Irons & Oscar Nominee Jesse …

Tony winner Jeremy Irons and off-Broadway vet Jesse Eisenberg will join the cast of Zack Snyder’s upcoming as-yet-untitled Superman/Batman movie. Eisenberg is set to play iconic Superman villain Lex Luthor while Irons will portray Bruce Wayne’s butler Alfred, according to … Continue reading

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Brought to Light: UNH’s Museum of Art has something new

A new semester brings new excitement to UNH’s Museum of Art. On Jan. 24, the museum had a reception for two new exhibitions titled “Songs into the Air” by David A. Lang and “Expressive Voice: Brought to Light,” a showcase … Continue reading

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‘Tim’s Vermeer’: A canvas for penetrating questions

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MMoCA’s Real/Surreal blurs the lines between two contrasting art movements

The Surrealist movement eroded barriers between waking life and dreams, between the conscious mind and subconscious. Now museum curators are borrowing a page when it comes to boundary breaking. They’re reexamining how surrealism and its presumed opposite, realism, might not … Continue reading

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Review: Morgan Fisher gets contemplative over color

That doesn’t mean it’s moribund. At China Art Objects Galleries, Morgan Fisher has made two suites of paintings based on paint chips commercially produced in 1935 to help American consumers decorate their homes. He invented neither the colors nor the … Continue reading

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Pine cone still life – The Times

We were on the second long day of ice storm coverage when Nola.com | The Times-Picayune photographer David Grunfeld shot this beautiful still life out in the Big Branch National Wildlife Refuge near Lacombe, La. After chasing sleet and ice … Continue reading

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Arts This Week: Alison Saar At MassArt

I devoted much of my arts attention this week to the “DIY analysis,” of Alison Saar. That’s how she described her work to me during our interview. There are many, many layers of thought here for us to explore. Also, I … Continue reading

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At Moore College, the art of punk

Any music fan who ventured to the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York for last year’s “Punk: Chaos to Couture” exhibit had to be dismayed to find the galvanic youth rebellion of the 1970s reduced to a high-fashion co-optation … Continue reading

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Bordeaux, Impressionism – and Daft Punk? Duo’s Grammy wins boost French pride

PARIS — They’re helmeted, mute and mysterious, and they’re suddenly the pride of France. Duo Daft Punk did something no other French music group has done: Brought home four Grammy Awards in one night. Congratulations poured in Monday from French … Continue reading

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Bernard Perlin, a New York Painter of Varied Styles, Dies at 95

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