Monthly Archives: June 2014

The Golden Dream: teen heroes in a world of double standards

Never mind The Fault in Our Stars. If you really want screen teens to break your heart this summer, don’t miss Diego Quemada-Díez’s superb new drama, The Golden Dream. The film, a nail-biting and unsentimental tale of three youngsters as … Continue reading

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Christina’s world? Maine. Wyeth world? Chadds Ford

FILE – This April 23, 2012 file photo shows the home and studio of artist Andrew Wyeth in Chadds Ford, Pa. The fieldstone A-frame structure was built as a schoolhouse in 1875. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon, File)

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‘Richard Estes’ Realism’ at PMA challenges perspective

Richard Estes is best known for his photo-like paintings of the gleaming and infinitely reflected streets of New York. They are easy to recognize and even easier to appreciate. A comprehensive survey featuring 50 of his paintings – more than … Continue reading

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Judge’s spirit still lives on the shores of Waldo Lake – The Register

WALDO LAKE — It was to be our last warm-up hike before my brother-in-law, Glenn, and I attempted the 210-mile John Muir Trail in California’s Sierra Nevada beginning in late July: a 22-mile loop around Oregon’s Waldo Lake on the … Continue reading

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Art camp helps kids build their portfolios

Buy Photo Prestige Academy Charter School students Shakim Bessen (left) and Cameron Hutt (second from left) practice watercolor landscapes at the school on Thursday, while Charter School of Wilmington student Emma Herdman looks on.(Photo: Matthew Albright/ The News Journal)Buy Photo … Continue reading

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Clark Museum meshes with rural landscape

WILLIAMSTOWN — A world-class art museum tucked among the hills of Western Massachusetts: That’s the ambitious goal of the new Clark Institute. To give it its full proper name, it’s the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute. The Clark has … Continue reading

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The ticket: Art

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"Destinations in Paintings: The Kasten Collection" at the Allentown Art Museum …

Sometimes collectors collect what others overlook because they see beauty or cultural importance others don’t. A case in point is “Destinations in Paintings: The Kasten Collection,” an Allentown Art Museum exhibition that is less about the paintings than the reason … Continue reading

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Michael Bay, Blockbuster Expressionist… Is ‘Age of Extinction’ His Vulgar …

Michael Bay’s Transformers: Age of Extinction is a film that continues to confound. As I said in my review it’s unlike anything I’ve seen before and in browsing through some of the film’s reviews I can’t say I’m a fan … Continue reading

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Miranda Lash, the New Orleans Museum of Art’s star curator, is moving on – The Times

It will be a somber moment in the New Orleans art community as word spreads that Miranda Lash — the New Orleans Museum of Art’s energetic, locally engaged curator of contemporary art — is leaving. Lash is taking a job … Continue reading

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