Monthly Archives: November 2016

Unconventional art

  Breaking the norm, symbolism, and escapism Critics are always praising works of art for being urgent, challenging, disturbing, and provocative and so forth. But is that what people actually want from the art? It is well known that most … Continue reading

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‘Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life’: 10 questions we still have after the revival

Alexis Bledel as Rory and Lauren Graham as Lorelai in “Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life.” (Netflix) Netflix’s “Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life” revival (theoretically) had one major purpose: to provide closure to fans who wanted to … Continue reading

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‘Monet. Beyond Impressionism’ at Ordrupgaard, Charlottenlund

Ordrupgaard Museum in Charlottenlund, Denmark presents “Monet. Beyond Impressionism” that will be on view through December 4, 2016. The exhibition showcases a collection of timeless paintings from the World’s most famous artist Claude Monet (1840-1926). The event offers a unique opportunity … Continue reading

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The Scariest Thing in the Terrifying The Eyes of My Mother? The Sound.

EXPAND Here’s a recurring nightmare I’ve had since seeing Nicolas Pesce’s The Eyes of My Mother: I’m parking my car — I don’t even have a car — on a desolate street in broad daylight. As I put change in … Continue reading

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Wide range of art displayed at student exhibit hosted by Sue Hand in Dallas

DALLAS — Art students from Sue Hand’s Imagery studio in Dallas showcased their creations this week at the 41st annual Student Art Exhibit. The event draws hundreds of art lovers each year to view and purchase pieces created by regional … Continue reading

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Marc Chagall still life helps Dorotheum to their highest Modern art sale total

A still life by Marc Chagall led Dorotheum in a record-breaking auction last week when the painting achieved a premium inclusive €1.02m (£872,269). The painting, Fleurs, was knocked down over its £750,000-£1m estimate after a battle between two phone bidders … Continue reading

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Exhibit Listings

Eileen Maloney’s “Blue Jars and Lemons” is on display at Fox Fine Jewelry as part of the “True Colors” exhibit running through Jan. 16.(Photo: CONTRIBUTED PHOTO) Galleries VENTURA COUNTY Agriculture Museum: Through Jan. 22: “Soil Sisters,” a photographic exhibition by … Continue reading

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Times Leader | Wide range of art displayed at student exhibit hosted … – Wilkes Barre Times

DALLAS — Art students from Sue Hand’s Imagery studio in Dallas showcased their creations this week at the 41st annual Student Art Exhibit. The event draws hundreds of art lovers each year to view and purchase pieces created by regional … Continue reading

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Long after ‘The Life Aquatic,’ Seu Jorge still has David Bowie on his mind

Red knit ski caps adorned many a head in the crowd gathered Saturday night at the Theatre at Ace Hotel, where Brazilian singer and actor Seu Jorge performed a stirring concert tribute to the late David Bowie. The accessory, which … Continue reading

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When The Home Is The Art

By Marion Wolberg Weiss The late Michael Knigin’s living room in his East Hampton home on Close Court might as well be part of a tropical rain forest. Big, bright and bold nature paintings pervade the surroundings. Luscious orchards, squawking … Continue reading

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