Monthly Archives: March 2015

Union @ Fire: Beyond The Score (and into Impressionism)

The Union suffered a demoralizing 1-0 loss at Chicago on Sunday evening and swapped last place positions in the league. The main culprit so far has been an anemic offense that seemingly lacks purpose. There was one nice piece of … Continue reading

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Review: Hudson Valley Philharmonic performs moving tribute to Mozart – Times Herald

Posted Mar. 31, 2015 at 2:01 AM Article source: http://www.recordonline.com/article/20150331/ENTERTAINMENTLIFE/150339967/101160/ENTERTAINMENT

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Video: Inventing Impressionism at the National Gallery

In the 1870s, Paul Durand-Ruel championed a revolutionary group of Parisian artists painting real subjects in vivid, atmospheric colours and en plein air. In doing so, he changed the course of art history and established the modern art market. Article … Continue reading

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Stanford’s Cantor Arts Center presents solo exhibition of Jacob Lawrence’s …

Stanford Report, March 30, 2015 Stanford students are the first scholars to study and present some of the works that have never been on public display. By Robin Wander Courtesy Cantor Arts Center Poster Design … Whitney Exhibition (1974) One … Continue reading

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Beyond Graffitti, a Look at an Evolutionary Process

This past weekend the Architecture + Design Museum launched an exhibition, Beyond Graffiti II, across the street from the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Some of the artists in the exhibition included Axis, Atlas, Chaz Bojorquez, Aise Born, Phantom, … Continue reading

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Exhibition in Berlin: Rediscovery of a Russian revolutionary art school

  Exhibition in Berlin: Rediscovery of a Russian revolutionary art school By Sibylle Fuchs and Verena Nees 31 March 2015 A remarkable exhibition, featuring the art and architecture of the early Soviet Union’s Vkhutemas [acronym in Russian for Higher Art … Continue reading

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Istan-cool: Gearing Up for Turkey’s Arts & Fashion Fest

Article source: http://www.style.com/culture/style-map/2015/ist-festival-istanbul

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Chinese artist Tian Haisu uses SKATES to create stunning mountain landscape …

Artist Tian Haisu swapped calligraphy pen for skates to create the work  Technique for painting was inspired by favourite sport – ice skating Specially adapted the skates so that they could hold a pot of paint Says the unique approach … Continue reading

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Arts Scene: ‘Landscapes and Soundscapes’ combines music, art at Gilcrease …

Posted: Sunday, March 29, 2015 12:00 am Arts Scene: ‘Landscapes and Soundscapes’ combines music, art at Gilcrease Museum By JAMES D. WATTS JR. World Scene Writer TulsaWorld.com | 0 comments Article source: http://www.tulsaworld.com/scene/artsandentertainment/artscene/arts-scene-landscapes-and-soundscapes-combines-music-art-at-gilcrease/article_5e457cd5-40aa-5990-b17e-33f90ee6a925.html

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Ralph Pucci’s Unique Bodies of Work

ENLARGE One night in June of 1986, there was a fashion opening at a SoHo loft for Barneys New York. With more than 1,000 attendees—both uptown fashionistas and downtown bohemians, including art superstars Keith Haring and Andy Warhol—the now-legendary party … Continue reading

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