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Artist Gives Classic Paintings An Adorable Pop Culture Makeover

When it comes to art, one person’s idea of a masterpiece may be another’s idea of pure trash. That’s why when classic works of art are given a pop culture makeover, we’re always intrigued to see just how different they … Continue reading

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Menil show looks at how abstract-artist friendships shaped works, genre

Menil show looks at how abstract-artist friendships shaped works, genre By Molly Glentzer May 26, 2017 Updated: May 26, 2017 3:58pm Article source: http://www.houstonchronicle.com/entertainment/arts-theater/article/Menil-show-looks-at-how-abstract-artist-11176634.php

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Daring ‘Manifesto’ channels artistic declarations through a spirited Cate Blanchett

Condensed into a feature-length film from a multiscreen video installation, Julian Rosefeldt’s invigorating “Manifesto” moves among a baker’s dozen of vignettes, each one pairing a different character played by Cate Blanchett with a 20th century art movement. From a raging … Continue reading

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Artist Gives Classic Paintings A Geeky Pop Culture Makeover

When it comes to art, one person’s idea of a masterpiece may be another’s idea of pure trash. That’s why when classic works of art are given a pop culture makeover, we’re always intrigued to see just how different they … Continue reading

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The Boston Accent: 140 Years of The Museum School

The School of the Museum of Fine Arts—or the Museum School, as it has been known throughout its many iterations—has been an influential component of Boston’s art scene since the school’s founding in 1876. Childs Gallery’s exhibition The Boston Accent: … Continue reading

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A Gentle Creature review – brutally realist drama offers up a pilgrimage of suffering

At an early stage in Sergei Loznitsa’s A Gentle Creature, one minor character proposes a toast: “To our enormous suffering!” And the whole film is in some sense pledged or consecrated to this Russian pain, unknowable and unassuageable, that makes … Continue reading

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Hey Dude: Beatallica brings Beatles/Metallica parody tribute to Canton

By B.J. Lisko 
Repository staff writer Frontman and guitarist Jaymz Lennfield of Beatles/Metallica mashup experts Beatallica recently discussed the merits of his band as he limped along Convention Center Avenue in New Orleans. A victim of an early morning sack … Continue reading

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‘Abstract Atmospheres’ on display at ArtHaus gallery starting May 26

An exciting show entitled “Abstract Atmospheres” by Jillian Webb Herrmann will be on display at the ArtHaus gallery starting May 26. Webb Herrmann is a native North Carolinian who recently moved to St. Olaf. Her work reflects her life beside … Continue reading

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From Hopper to Rothko: America’s Road to Modern Art at Potsdam’s Museum Barberini

Following its opening exhibition, the Museum Barberini will present its first international cooperation project with the exhibition From Hopper to Rothko: America’s Road to Modern Art from June 17 to October 3, 2017. For this, The Phillips Collection in Washington, … Continue reading

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Kandinsky masterpiece to appear at London’s Auction for 1st time …

PanARMENIAN.Net – Kandinsky was at the forefront of the momentous changes that were to transform the face of art history and it was in the critical year of 1909 that the artist took his first steps along the path towards … Continue reading

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