Monthly Archives: November 2014

Sean Scully: Artist’s ‘Follow the Heart’ in Shanghai

SHANGHAI — Born in Dublin, Ireland, American painter Sean Scully has shown his work all over the world, except in China — until now. In conjunction with the 10th Shanghai Biennale, the Shanghai Himalayas Museum, one of the city’s largest … Continue reading

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The Kennedy Center’s Little Dancer Is A Dazzling — If Slightly Hollow — Work …

Tiler Peck and Company. Photo: Paul Kolonik Little Dancer, the brand new musical wrapping up its debut at the Kennedy Center this weekend, is a whirlwind of fluid dance and motion, to the point where categorizing the performance as a … Continue reading

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Worldly expressionist artist showcased for final gallery show of the season

By: Brittany Grove, Sun Staff Writer Published: November 28th, 2014 NORWICH— The Jill Kraft Gallery invites the community to get warm inside the The Artists’ Palette this Saturday to see a “vintage but fresh” expressionist artist for the final gallery … Continue reading

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The Birth of the Novel

On the second of the 1,106 pages in his new book, The Novel: A Biography, Michael Schmidt claims without apparent irony that he is writing “what sets out to be a brief life of the novel in English.” Since the … Continue reading

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In Purchase, NY, an Exhibition of Artwork by Artists Who Worked in the Soviet …

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Degenerator by Juan Ford, oil on linen. Picture: Courtesy of the artist Source …

Enabling Cookies in Internet Explorer 7, 8, 9 + Open the Internet Browser Click Tools (or “gear” icon at top right hand corner) Internet Options Privacy Advanced Check Override automatic cookie handling For First-party Cookies and Third-party Cookies click Accept … Continue reading

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Art Museum’s printmaking exhibit a ‘Visual Feast’

“Apollo” by Rudy Pozzatti(Photo: Photo provided/Tom Shafer) Rudy Pozzatti is a master printmaker who studied under German painter, draftsman, printmaker and sculptor Max Beckmann as well as social realist painter and photographer Ben Shahn. An interesting selection of his prints … Continue reading

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Artists push boundaries of abstraction, minimalism

Hooper Turner’s artwork, including “6-14-9,” is created using collage of various papers and oil on paper.(Photo: Hooper Turner) On their own, Kari Cholnoky’s dazzlingly nutso foam-and-fabric constructions would merit a special trip to “Agree to Disagree: A Survey of Contemporary … Continue reading

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How Peter Blume Painted His Personal Reality of Hope

On October 3, 1948, at 3:50 pm, Peter Blume finished his epic painting, years in the making, titled The Rock (shown above). “After a turbulent decade in which Peter Blume embarked on false starts, endured debilitating anxiety, experienced self-doubt, and … Continue reading

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Dukas: L’Apprenti Sorcier; La Péri; Symphony in C CD review – vividly …

Though there’s no shortage of good versions of Paul Dukas’s three principal orchestral works already available on disc, there’s certainly room for another at bargain price, especially when it’s played with the energy and vivid characterisation that Jean-Luc Tingaud and … Continue reading

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