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The Enchantment (and Occasional Bummer) of Old Wine

Tweet In 1934 Adolf Hitler met Benito Mussolini for the first time. Franklin D. Roosevelt was pushing ahead with his New Deal and Flash Gordon made his debut in a comic strip. Katherine Hepburn won best actress at the sixth … Continue reading

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“Ladi Rogeurs: Sir Loudrage — a still life” by Loris Gréaud at Galerie Max Hetzler, Berlin

Galerie Max Hetzler is hosting a solo exhibition by  Loris Greaud titled “Ladi Rogeurs: Sir Loudrage — a still life” at its Goethestraße venue in Berlin. The exhibition is the last part of the trilogy by the French artist that … Continue reading

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Stephen Colbert Explains Donald Trump’s G7 Photo ‘Still Life with …

UPDATED with video: If you’re one of those people who value Western alliances that have safeguarded democracy for 70 years, it was a tough weekend for you, Stephen Colbert acknowledged tonight. Canada hosted the G7 meeting over the weekend, and … Continue reading

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Clark showcases women artists of 19th-century Paris

Article source: https://www.timesunion.com/entertainment/article/Clark-showcases-women-artists-of-19th-century-12991439.php

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Arts & Culture Exhibits for June 14 to June 20, 2018

Ending soon Hannah Harvester: Barstow’s hosts local painter and printmaker, Hannah Harvester, through June 15. Free. Barstow’s Dairy Store and Bakery, 172 Hockanum Road, Hadley. 413-586-2142. info@barstowslongviewfarm.com. “Magical Shelburne Falls”: Photographer Martin Yaffee displays many scenic images of the landmarks … Continue reading

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Asad Faulwell paints the tense landscape where Middle East meets America

The portraits depict about a dozen women who smuggled in bombs during the Algerian War of Independence 60 years ago, a time when Algerian nationalists were blowing up cafes in a campaign to expel French colonialists from their country. “The … Continue reading

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By Tara Thomas tthomas@thedailycitizen.com

By Tara Thomas tthomas@thedailycitizen.com Artwork from an Arkansas State University-Beebe art instructor partly inspired by tornadoes is being featured in an showcase for art rejected from another exhibition. Lisa Floryshak’s work, along with artwork by Rick VanHook of Searcy is … Continue reading

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Courtauld Collection’s 19th Century Masterpieces Return to France with Fondation Louis Vuitton

Courtauld Collection’s rare 19th-century masterpieces will be returning to France with an exhibition at Fondation Louis Vuitton in February 2019. The exhibition is all set to bring back works by Cezanne, Renoir, Manet and Gauguin. These works are returning to … Continue reading

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VB ViBE Artist Bob Petersen to Debut Large-Scale Local Environmental Photography

Dramatic mirror image reflections of local seascapes and larger-than-life, vibrant color peonies and cone flowers will be the focus of work Virginia Beach photographer Bob Petersen will debut at the Boardwalk Art Show next week. This show is his first … Continue reading

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Legacy Remembered: Museum Retrospective Showcases Work of Neglected Artist

Jane Peterson’s The Lure of the Butterfly With the emergence of feminist history as an academic discipline in the second half of the 20th century has come a modern reappraisal — and in many cases, a rediscovery — of the … Continue reading

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