Monthly Archives: November 2017

A young woman with dangerous sexual stirrings who’s worth watching

With its nods to gothic horror, female sexual awakening and psycho-supernatural spookiness, “Thelma” joins a spate of recent films treading similar terrain, including “Raw,” “The Witch” and “The Babadook.” The title character, a college student in Norway, begins to experience … Continue reading

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Review: ‘Wonder Wheel,’ Woody Allen’s Coney Island Memory Palace

Photo Juno Temple in Woody Allen’s new film. Credit Jessica Miglio/Amazon Studios “Wonder Wheel,” Woody Allen’s latest movie, is one of his more unfortunate contributions to cinema. It tells the story of a desperately, unhappily married woman whose affair with … Continue reading

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The Marlowe Files: The Simple Art of MURDER, MY SWEET

From the 1930s through the 1950s, Raymond Chandler was the definitive voice of the American crime genre. His work in literature would go on to influence the the golden age of crime films, shaping film noir. The Marlowe Files is … Continue reading

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Mart Rovereto – E

Magic Realism Enchantment in Italian Painting in the 1920s and 1930sDecember 3, 2017–April 2, 2018 Mart Rovereto Corso Bettini 43 38068 Rovereto TN Italy Hours: Tuesday–Sunday 10am–6pm, Friday 10am–9pm T +39 0464 438887 info@mart.tn.it www.mart.tn.it Facebook / Twitter / Instagram … Continue reading

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Shattering the Stigma Around Mental Illness with Intimate Bedroom Portraits

This article originally appeared on VICE Indonesia.What does mental health look like in a country where even the suggestion of a psychological illness is taboo? Jakarta-based photographer Dwi Asrul Fajar set out to document the daily lives of young adults … Continue reading

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Amazingly realistic portraits (and other art happenings worth your time)

Visiting Artist Talk: Cynthia DaignaultWhere it’s at: Regis Center for Art, 418 21st Ave. S, Minneapolis. What it’s about: Artist, writer, curator, and banjo player Cynthia Daignault stops by Regis for a talk about her process as a creator and … Continue reading

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2 Chainz Checks His Dog into a Luxury Pet Hotel

On an all-new episode of MOST EXPENSIVEST, 2 Chainz brings his French bulldog to an upscale pet hotel in Manhattan, treating Trappy to a day of profuse luxury. The pup spends the night in his very own suite, hits up … Continue reading

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Gyodong Island: Life on the front line with North Korea

Gyodong Island, South Korea – Soldiers toting assault rifles watch residents and visitors as they pass through a military checkpoint to get onto Gyodong Island. North Korea is just a few kilometres away – separated only by a calm stretch … Continue reading

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Murrysville artist will explore ‘New Horizons’ at Monroeville gallery show – Tribune

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Palm Desert plein air artist with Orange County ties to speak in Redlands – Press

As a plein air artist, Palm Desert resident Marilyn Froggatt travels throughout the western United States in pursuit of more and more stunning visual conditions to reproduce on canvas. En plein air is a French phrase that describes the act … Continue reading

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