Monthly Archives: April 2015

Film producer claims ex-wife stole $1M Basquiat painting

An Oscar-nominated Italian film producer says his Croatian movie star ex-wife swiped a $1 million Jean-Michel Basquiat painting from the home they once shared, according to a new lawsuit. Vittorio Cecchi Gori — who produced the hit foreign film “Life … Continue reading

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MGLFF 2015: Kristen Wiig Shines in Nasty Baby

Making and/or having a child seems like such a struggle, or at least film has injected that mentality to someone like myself: someone who will eventually resort to adoption or in vitro fertilization (IVF) because of my queerness. With that … Continue reading

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Fictional Baltimores are often apocalyptic. What happens when the real one is …

We attach meaning to places through pop culture. We transform them from the living, breathing cities we are part of into their platonic ideals. New York is for big dreamers. Los Angeles is where stars are born. Seattle is a … Continue reading

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Exposé highlights artists of different mediums

During an exposé, artists leaked passion into the page, stage or makeup blended face. The Fashion, Art and Business Society hosted a FAB Exposé at 7 p.m. Tuesday in the Maverick Activities Center upper lounge. The event showcased musicians, visual … Continue reading

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L. Kent Wolgamott: Susan Puelz’s bright, dynamic landscapes at Kiechel Fine Art

There are no purple roads, blue hay bales or bright pink lines cutting across rivers and creeks in the real Nebraska landscape. But there are when Susan P. Puelz transforms those landscapes into paintings. And, as her exhibition on view … Continue reading

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Tattoos: Art or mass consumption?

Donna Tinta sorts the colors, disinfects her hands, unpacks the disposable needles and puts on sterile gloves. The tattoo gun, with its needles puncturing the skin, sounds like an electric toothbrush. She works for a while in silence. “When I’m … Continue reading

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German Neo-Expressionist artist exhibits works in Beijing

BEIJING, April 28 (Xinhuanet) — Neo-Expressionist artist Markus Lüpertz is visiting China’s capital with 81 of his works from over the years. The German artist is in his 70s and is known for his cross-over artistic talents, his high taste … Continue reading

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Mark Morris Dance Group at BAM Review

ENLARGE Brooklyn, N.Y. The titles Mark Morris gives his dances are invariably succinct and evocative. For the just-ended two-program, five-performance run of seven dances by the Mark Morris Dance Group at BAM, the names were often one-word and catchy: “Pacific,” … Continue reading

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Arnold Schwarzenegger understands father’s dilemma in zombie film ‘Maggie’

NEW YORK — “Maggie,” a low-budget zombie movie with deliberately placid pacing, marks a new day for Arnold Schwarzenegger. A post-apocalyptic drama set in a future where an Ebola-like virus causes victims to become flesh-eating monsters who must be killed, … Continue reading

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Art On The Edge 2015 Announces FOCA+P Prize Winner

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