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A James Rosenquist retrospective

Enormous size This gigantic 1980 painting is entitled “Star Thief,” and it’s best viewed from a distance. Rosenquist used XXL formats to exhaust the limits of perception. From afar, these paintings are clear, razor sharp images, but seen close up, … Continue reading

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Patch of blue: Artist Kuzana Ogg

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TON to Open 3rd Season of ‘Sight & Sound’ Series with …

The Orchestra Now (TON) will open the third season of its popular Sight Sound series at The Metropolitan Museum of Art on Sunday, December 3 at 2 PM. In a program titled Schoenberg, Munch Expressionism, music director Leon Botstein will … Continue reading

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Abstract expressionist displays at Kent Memorial Library | News …

KENT — The Kent Memorial Library is hosting an exhibition by area artist and acupuncturist Jessica Ifshin, “Redux: A Selection of Artwork,” through Dec. 29 in its gallery. Connecticut-based, self-taught artist Jessica Ifshin was born and raised in New York … Continue reading

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An Eye for Art: Abstract expressionist, musician Sara Davis hopes to inspire

Hampstead artist Sara Davis is an abstract expressionist. Born and raised in Texas, she was home-schooled from kindergarten through graduation of high school. At various points growing up, she and her parents had the chance to travel for her father’s … Continue reading

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Bearded Ladies Cabaret Riffs on Tech and Old Hollywood in Marlene and the Machine

“We like taking nostalgia and turning it on its head. We are more than a company that does drag. We’re experimental cabaret, aggressively nonbinary… [a] gender fuck.” Fleeing “bad musical theater and bad Shakespeare” after graduation from the University of … Continue reading

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TON to Open 3rd Season of ‘Sight & Sound’ Series with SCHOENBERG, MUNCH & EXPRESSIONISM

The Orchestra Now (TON) will open the third season of its popular Sight Sound series at The Metropolitan Museum of Art on Sunday, December 3 at 2 PM. In a program titled Schoenberg, Munch Expressionism, music director Leon Botstein will … Continue reading

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TON to Open 3rd Season of ‘Sight & Sound’ Series with SCHOENBERG, MUNCH & EXPRESSIONISM

The Orchestra Now (TON) will open the third season of its popular Sight Sound series at The Metropolitan Museum of Art on Sunday, December 3 at 2 PM. In a program titled Schoenberg, Munch Expressionism, music director Leon Botstein will … Continue reading

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Michael Leja: James and Nan Wagner Farquhar Professor of History of Art

Michael Leja: James and Nan Wagner Farquhar Professor of History of Art Michael Leja Michael Leja, professor of the history of art, has been named James and Nan Wagner Farquhar Professor of the History of Art. Dr. Leja is the … Continue reading

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Three generations of artists together

Stretch Marks, a show and sale by three generations, Lakefield artist Donna Bolam, her daughter-in-law Dawn Bolam and her granddaughter Emma Bolam, will have its opening reception at the Kawartha Artists’ Gallery and Studio on Sunday from 1 p.m. to … Continue reading

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