Monthly Archives: September 2017

San Juan mayor slams Trump administration comments on Puerto Rico hurricane response

The gulf between what Trump administration officials in Washington are saying about hurricane recovery efforts and what people in Puerto Rico are seeing on the ground came into sharp view Friday, as the mayor of the territory’s capital city made … Continue reading

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Album Review: “Still Life with Roses – Gargoyle Remixes” by The Mark Lanegan Band

In my humble opinion, Mark Lanegan has never made a bad album in his entire life. I wasn’t 100% crazy about the Screaming Trees, but as a solo artist, and in his collaborations with Isobel Campbell, Duke Garwood and other … Continue reading

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A unique perspective on the Armenian genocide

HISTORY LESSON The Armenian Museum of America presents the exhibition “Scars of Silence” through Jan. 27. Curated by Jennifer Liston Munson, the exhibition includes excerpts from a film by Nubar and Abby Alexanian and photographs by Nubar Alexanian chronicling an … Continue reading

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German-Ukrainian Art Biennale shows illusions in which we live

Breaking news about Ukraine Article source: https://www.kyivpost.com/lifestyle/german-ukrainian-art-biennale-shows-illusions-live.html

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Know Your Madisonian: PaintBar manager combines creative passions at Willy Street venue

PaintBar general manager Corey Larson didn’t really start painting until he was hired at the bar two years ago. Now, instead of just perfecting images to teach at PaintBar classes, he is also working on developing his own style. Article … Continue reading

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Degas – The Impressionist Movement’s Odd Man Out By Edward Lucie-Smith

Degas often seems like the odd man out, among the leading artists of the Impressionist Movement. The National Gallery’s exhibition of his work, drawn from the holdings of the Burrell Collection in Glasgow, while the Burrell’s building is being renovated, proves the point, to the hilt. … Continue reading

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Palmer Museum thinks big with new exhibit

A new exhibition, “BIG Deal: Sizeable Paintings from the Permanent Collection,” highlights monumental canvases from the Palmer Museum of Art’s permanent collection — many of which have not been on view in recent years. The canvases on view in “BIG … Continue reading

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Briefly — 9.28.17 – Entertainment & Life – Paris Express – Paris, AR

Times Record staff Cleaning supplies drive slated A cleaning supply drive for those affected by Hurricane Harvey in Port Arkansas, Texas, will be held from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday at World Gym Fayetteville, 2035 N. College Ave. in … Continue reading

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Abstract Expressionist masterpieces from a private collection to highlight Fall Post-War and Contemporary Evening …

Christie’s is honored to have been entrusted with The Defining Gesture: Modern Masters from a Remarkable Private Collection, which will be sold in a single owner section beginning with the November Evening Sales in New York. Comprising works by many of … Continue reading

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Exhibits & galleries – Times Herald

To list your event, email information by 1 p.m. Monday the week of publication to bkalet@th-record.com.     Demonstrations “Acrylic Painting” – Demonstration by Liza Smith-Simpson, a member of The ARTery and Skylands Gallery. The Columns Museum, 608 Broad St., … Continue reading

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