Monthly Archives: July 2014

Rolland Golden’s metaphysical landscapes are a Whitney White Linen Night must – The Times

Blend the lonesome romantic realism of Andrew Wyeth with the metaphysical magic of Rene Magritte and you find yourself in the world of New Orleans native Rolland Golden, whose exhibit “An Alternative Vision” at the Ogden Museum of Southern Art‘s … Continue reading

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Pop art packs decor punch

Midcentury modern style is now firmly planted in the home decor landscape. And one of its elements, pop art, is cultivating a 21st-century following. Eye-catching, graphic, often tongue-in-cheek or sassily whimsical, pop art decor plays well off the vintage vibe … Continue reading

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Woody Allen’s costume expert on designing for Magic in the Moonlight

If Midnight in Paris was a rose-coloured glimpse of the city’s Jazz Age scene through the eyes of a wistful dreamer, Magic in the Moonlight is a similarly sun-dappled, if less actually magical realist, romp. Set in the late 1920s … Continue reading

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American Impressionism Exhibition is One Highlight of Edinburgh Art Festival …

Frank Weston Benson, Eleanor, 1901, Gift of the Estate of Mrs. Gustav Radeke. Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence Article source: http://www.artfixdaily.com/news_feed/2014/07/30/754-american-impressionism-exhibition-is-one-highlight-of-edinburgh-ar

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August Art Exhibit: Abraham Salzman (Imaginary Expressionism) at the Milton …

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How Sledgehammer tricks you into believing the visual realism of Call of Duty …

Making human faces believable has been a goal of video game developers for a long time. So it may not surprise you that the makers of the new Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare — a game in a franchise that … Continue reading

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‘Realism With Gouache’ opens at Cooperative Gallery – Press & Sun

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THEATER REVIEW Hellish Half-Light

Playwright: Samuel Beckett. At: Mary-Arrchie Theatre Compay at Angel Island, 731 W. Sheridan Rd. Tickets: 773-871-0442; www.ticketweb.com; $25. Runs through: Aug. 30 Actors love the plays of Samuel Beckett for the same reasons that audiences hate them. As with his … Continue reading

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Pop art plays well off both vintage and contemporary furnishings

Mid-century modern style is now firmly planted in the home decor landscape. And one of its elements, pop art, is cultivating a 21st century following. Eye-catching, graphic, often tongue-in-cheek or sassily whimsical, pop art decor plays well off the vintage … Continue reading

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American Impressionism: A New Vision

It lacks something of the blockbuster appeal of the GENERATION shows going on at the rest of the city’s National Gallery venues, but in looking back at the American art scene of the late 19th century’s engagement with European impressionism, … Continue reading

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