Monthly Archives: July 2014

5 Artsy Things to Do in LA, Including a Mime at Costco

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Between landscape and art: Best installations from IGF

The International Garden Festival 2014 (IGF 2014) at Reford Gardens in Grand-Metis, Quebec, Canada is underway, showcasing 22 contemporary installations by designers and architects that cross the boundries between landscape and art. The festival runs through September 28. Here are … Continue reading

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Michel Gondry’s Mood Indigo Gets Richer as It Darkens

Mood Indigo is bitter candy, a heartbreaker that uses sugar as a trap. The director, Michel Gondry, has a brilliant, contradictory brain. He’s a swoony pessimist, a big-dreaming romantic who believes in love at first sight but never lets his … Continue reading

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Grand opening for Blackbird Studio and Gallery

NORTH BERWICK, Maine — There is huge transformation happening in the art world in the Berwicks, Maine and Somersworth and Rochester, NH area. These have been traditionally really under-served areas for art, aside from fairs. Some area restaurants, framing establishments … Continue reading

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Right at Home: Pop Art Packs Decor Punch

Mid-century modern style is now firmly planted in the home décor 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 décor plays well off the vintage … Continue reading

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Hell City Tattoo Expo Returns to Arizona Biltmore August 15-17

Jeremiah TollerThere was plenty of ink to be seen at the 2013 Hell City Tattoo Fest.Hell City? Hell yes. One of Phoenix’s most popular body art expos is returning to the Arizona Biltmore Resort and Spa, Friday, August 15, through … Continue reading

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Auction Houses Seek a Competitive Edge

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Max Saunders

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Doctor Who Peter Capaldi insists his incarnation of Time Lord will not flirt …

SCOTS actor Peter Capaldi has vowed the new Doctor won’t flirt with his beautiful young assistant when the Time Lord returns next month. The 56-year-old has ruled out a Doctor Who romance with Clara Oswald, played by stunning Jenna Coleman, … Continue reading

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Socialist Realism as a Creative Method in Art

SOCIALIST realism is a literary style that was developed and nurtured in the Soviet Union and spread to other socialist countries. Its main thrust is to idealise the socialist existence with all its facets and idiosyncrasies and ensure that the … Continue reading

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