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Jack Whitten, a neglected artist who embraced African and expressionist art

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A Long-Lost Series by a Difficult-to-Categorize Abstract Expressionist Finally Gets a Showing—See It Here

RAY PARKER “The Nines”Washburn Gallery, New York What the Gallery Says: “Briefly in 1964 and 1965, [Ray] Parker created a short series of paintings called ‘The Nines.’ Never shown together at the time, this is the first exhibition of the eleven ‘Nines’ … Continue reading

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Limestone College To Host “Reformation Reflections” Events

As part of its year-long series to commemorate the 500th anniversary of the Protestant movement, Limestone College will host two “Reformation Reflections” events on Tuesday, January 23.  A Juried Reformation Art Show Reception will begin at 6 p.m. in Granberry … Continue reading

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Mediterranea gets an inferior follow-up in the neo-realist coming-of-age story A Ciambra

Photo: Sundance Selects Director Jonas Carpignano Runtime 118 minutes Rating Not Rated Language Italian, English Cast Pio Amato, Koudous Seihon, Iolanda Amato, Damiano Amato Availability Select theaters VOD January 26 A Ciambra, a coming-of-age story set in the homely outskirts … Continue reading

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Muscarelle to show two new exhibits on ‘Women with Vision,’ and Dutch, Flemish ‘masters’

Jaune Quick-To-See Smith | American Indian, b. 1940 | Tourist Season, 1988 | Acrylic and pastel on paper | Muscarelle Museum of Art at the College of William Mary | Purchase, Museum Purchase Funds | 1997.103 (Courtesy photo/Muscarelle Museum of … Continue reading

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The Alienist series premiere react: ‘The Boy on the Bridge’

Even after establishing its peak TV cred with entries like Good Behavior and Claws, and even with Cary Fukunaga’s name prominently attached to The Alienist, the question remained in advance of this January 22 series premiere: Could this network, perhaps … Continue reading

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Woman’s injuries still life-threatening, Havelock Ave. still closed after crash

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100 Colorado Creatives 4.0: Kevin Sloan

EXPAND Westword: What (or who) is your creative muse? Kevin Sloan: Simply put, Nature. Each day finds me stunned or at least fascinated by something I see or experience in the natural world. She has always been my constant source … Continue reading

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Greenville artist and former Bob Jones University professor Carl Blair has died

Artist Carl Blair, shown here in a 2005 file photo, died Monday at the age of 85.(Photo: File) Greenville artist Carl Blair, whose career spanned more than 60 years and whose work influenced the arts scene in the Upstate, died … Continue reading

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FROM CALIGARI TO HITLER: GERMAN CINEMA IN THE AGE OF THE MASSES (2014) – The DVD Review

Tweet Email Tweet Email Review by Roger Carpenter Germany’s Weimar Republic era roughly coincided with America’s Roaring Twenties period. Beginning shortly after the end of WWI, spanning the decade of the 1920’s, and extending into the early 1930’s Germany’s Weimar … Continue reading

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