Monthly Archives: May 2018

Galleries and artists link up to showcase East Anglia landscape

Art is about to invade some surprising areas of eastern England. Sites nominated by the public include the petrified stumps of a prehistoric forest, a half-built and abandoned oil terminal on Canvey Island and a derelict and never-occupied Tesco supermarket … Continue reading

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“Home to Sargasso Sea” opens at Downtown Gallery – Record

By Kelly MaileReporter All the work featured in “Home to Sargasso Sea: A long journey of loving collaboration, Paintings and Poetry” by Jessica Damen Maj Ragain is part of a collaboration that took place over an 18 year period between Damen and … Continue reading

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Rethinking Peter Bürger’s Critique of Adorno’s Aesthetic Theory

As an occasional feature on TELOSscope, we highlight a past Telos article whose critical insights continue to illuminate our thinking and challenge our assumptions. Today, Lillian Hingley looks at Peter Bürger’s “Adorno’s Anti-Avant-Gardism” from Telos 86 (Winter 1990–91). Peter Bürger’s Theory … Continue reading

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The language of maps, MCAD at Mia, and other art happenings worth your time

Syed Hosain Conversations with Syed Hosain, Amanda Hamilton, and Mary Gibney Where it’s at: Soo Visual Arts Center, 2909 Bryant Ave. S., Ste. 101, Minneapolis. What it’s about: Three shows are currently on view at SooVAC: Syed Hosain’s ghostly “Across … Continue reading

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Kotis’s Greensboro buildings become canvas for international mural artists – Winston

GREENSBORO — A 30-foot Wonder Woman covers part of the concrete north wall of Red Cinemas. Nearby, the mutant Wolverine and antihero Deadpool engage in combat. This is no movie poster. Developer Marty Kotis commissioned internationally renowned artists Matt Adnate, … Continue reading

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Jerry Wray, beloved Shreveport artist, is dead at 92

CLOSE Remembering Shreveport artist Jerry Wray. Henrietta Wildsmith, hwildsmith@shreveporttimes.com Buy Photo (Left to right) Mary Virginia Hill, Stephanie Harrell and Karen Pearce talk to artist Jerry Wray about art during the art class. (Photo: Henrietta Wildsmith/The Times )Buy Photo Much … Continue reading

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Modern Love Encore | Marry A Man Who Loves His Mother

You can choose your significant other, but you can’t choose your in-laws. When free spirit Artis Henderson first met her future mother-in-law—a conservative church-goer—they didn’t exactly hit it off. But she never could have imagined the event that would bring … Continue reading

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Tropical Depression Alberto Is Still Clinging To Life In the Midwest

Tropical Depression Alberto over Indiana on May 30, 2018. Remember Subtropical Storm Alberto? Sure you do. The storm made landfall in Florida on Monday afternoon, so about a hundreds news cycles ago. The storm is now a fully-tropical cyclone as … Continue reading

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There’s still life in the company tax cut dog

By Leith van Onselen The Turnbull Government’s flea ridden $36 billion company tax cut package is still clinging to life with One Nation MP, Brian Burston, defying leader Pauline Hanson and supporting the legislation. From The Australian: Senator Burston told … Continue reading

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Arts & Culture Exhibits for May 31 to June 6, 2018

Ending soon Compass Rose Project: Deerfield Elementary School fourth-graders used careful measurements and compass tools to create unique artistic designs. Through June 5. Tilton Library, 75 North Main St., South Deerfield. tiltonlibrary@cwmars.org. Figure Drawing Exhibition: New work from artists of … Continue reading

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