Monthly Archives: July 2015

Hans Hofmann’s Murals Add a Blast of Color to a Muted Legacy

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Art Listings for July 31-Aug. 6

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Life in Squares: why the Bloomsbury group’s talents are wasted on the box

“The Bloomsbury set defied convention in their morals,” the Daily Mail enthused uncharacteristically ahead of Life in Squares, “and blazed a trail with their take on design.” Promising to show readers “how to get the literary look”, the article neatly … Continue reading

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Outer space depicted in doughnuts and cookies in spellbinding still life photos

Dina Belenko Still-life photographer Dina Belenko has created a mesmerising panorama of snaps showcasing outerArticle source: http://www.wired.co.uk/news/archive/2015-07/30/dina-belenko-still-life-photography-space-cookies

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KENT: The play’s the thing, especially In court

So, there I was as the warm weather blew in, black planner in hand (I’m a bit “old-school”), scrolling through Rapid City’s entertainment events trying to decide which were worthwhile. The U.S. Marine Corps Band of New Orleans in May? … Continue reading

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3 to See: Feathered pics in West Palm, ballet and new art in Boca

It’s almost the weekend – time for the Cultural Council of Palm Beach County to share with you the best of what our community has to offer. Each week, you get three ideas – one that’s free, one that’s affordable … Continue reading

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‘Discovering the Impressionists: Paul Durand-Ruel and the New Painting’ Review

Philadelphia Claude Monet recalled, “We would have died of hunger without Durand-Ruel, all we impressionists. We owe him everything.” The crucial relationship of artist and dealer is obvious to anyone who pays attention to the contemporary art world, but until … Continue reading

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How Arlene’s Grocery is Changing its Tune to Embrace Street Art

Arlene’s Grocery celebrates two decades on Stanton Street this year. Considered one of the first modern live music clubs in the neighborhood, the establishment came to prominence in 1995 when the former bodega and butcher shop at 95 Stanton were … Continue reading

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Galleries & Museums: July 30-Aug. 5

Local News Bradenton seeks to spend $93,000 for Riverwalk skate park enhancements Article source: http://www.bradenton.com/2015/07/30/5917160/galleries-museums.html

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Cape Ann quarry sets the dance stage

ROCKING OUT The quarries of Cape Ann are known for their beauty, history, and swimming holes. Now, for the fourth year, there’s an additional attraction. Dušan Týnek Dance Theatre, a New York based company, presents a site-specific performance at Little … Continue reading

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