Monthly Archives: October 2014

Year of the Artist, Day 302: Ted Naifeh, Part 4 – The Gunwitch: Outskirts of …

Year of the Artist, Day 302: Ted Naifeh, Part 4 – The Gunwitch: Outskirts of Doom #3 and Polly and the Pirates #6 Every day this year, I will be examining the artwork on a single comic book story. Today’s … Continue reading

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The Exacting, Expansive Mind of Christopher Nolan

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Real-life retrospective: Greenwich gallery explores contemporary realism

Amid the bustle of Greenwich Avenue she sat, a bikini-clad beauty with her eyes closed to the scene just beyond the storefront window. She remained in a classic meditation pose, drawing attention and curiosity from observers who wondered when she … Continue reading

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Van Gogh still life could sell for $30 million to $50 million at auction – The Times-Picayune

A bouquet of wildflowers painted by Vincent van Gogh weeks before his death is going on the auction block in New York City. Sotheby’s says “Still Life, Vase With Daisies and Poppies” could sell for $30 million to $50 million … Continue reading

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Still Life with Bread Crumbs

   As a reporter, columnist, mother, coveted commencement speaker, and novelist, Pulitzer Prize winner and New York Times Bestselling author Anna Quindlen has never been afraid of redefining herself. Starting as a reporter at The New York Post in 1974, … Continue reading

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Opus 40 listed on Landslide® 2014: Art and the Landscape.

LIGHTNING RELEASES: Saugerties, New York (10/29/2014)- Opus 40, considered by Architectural Digest to be one of the “Greatest Earthwork Sculptures”, has been included on The Cultural Landscape Foundation’s prestigious list: Endangered Landscapes of 2014. A 6½ acre sculpture in the … Continue reading

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California’s ‘at-risk’ cultural landscapes include Watts Towers

Three sites in California — the Watts Towers, Noah Purifoy’s Outdoor Desert Museum in Joshua Tree and the “Bay Lights” installation on the Oakland-Bay Bridge — have been named to a list of 11 “at-risk” sites by The Cultural Landscape Foundation in … Continue reading

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Impressionism is the topic of talk in Roxbury tonight

Posted: Tuesday, October 28, 2014 3:15 pm Impressionism is the topic of talk in Roxbury tonight 0 comments ROXBURY TWP. — The Art AssociationArticle source: http://newjerseyhills.com/roxbury_register/news/impressionism-is-the-topic-of-talk-in-roxbury-tonight/article_62a2268a-bd60-5a7c-a9ca-e2257e5c3ece.html

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Displaced Deities Stir Things Up For Company One

BOSTON — A mattress cloaked in an Indian bedspread becomes a raft navigating “the cosmic ocean” in “Shiv,” a magical-realist journey through the immigrant experience. In “The Chronicles of Kalki,” an avatar of the Indian protector god comes to earth … Continue reading

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Texas hosts 4 impressionist exhibitions

In 1874, an offbeat, rebellious group of artists mounted an exhibition in the studio of the great French photographer Felix Nadar. Because they didn’t have a memorable name, it didn’t take long for a critic to give them one. The … Continue reading

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