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Dance review: Ballet West’s ‘director’s choice’ triple-bill takes audiences from reflective to rollicking

“THE SHAKESPEARE SUITE,” April 13-21, Capitol Theatre, 50 W. 200 South (801-869-6920 or balletwest.org) running time: 2 hours (two intermissions) SALT LAKE CITY — One of the most common questions Ballet West Artistic Director Adam Sklute encounters at parties is … Continue reading

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The ‘beautiful chaos’ of Modern Times at Philly Art Museum : Arts …

“Modernism” is an almost too-large term that catches many art movements in its 20th-century net — impressionism, cubism, fauvism, expressionism — which didn’t all see eye to eye. If modernism had a power couple, it might be photographer Alfred Stieglitz, … Continue reading

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The Artists Who Defined the East Village’s Avant-Garde Scene

By 1981 in New York City, the contemporary art scene was a booming business, with SoHo as its epicenter. Dealers like Leo Castelli, Ileana Sonnabend and Mary Boone championed artists such as David Salle and Julian Schnabel, whom critics labeled … Continue reading

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Ernest Briggs || Four Decades of Abstract Expressionism – Artwire …

April 19 – June 15, 2018 Opening Reception: April 19, 6-8pm Ernest Briggs, a second generation Abstract Expressionist painter, was known for his strong, lyrical brushstrokes, use of color, and sometimes geometric composition. He was born in San Diego, CA … Continue reading

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The ‘beautiful chaos’ of Modern Times at Philly Art Museum

“Modernism” is an almost too-large term that catches many art movements in its 20th-century net — impressionism, cubism, fauvism, expressionism — which didn’t all see eye to eye. If modernism had a power couple, it might be photographer Alfred Stieglitz, … Continue reading

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LSU Museum of Art: ‘Godfather’ of lowbrow, pop surrealist art ignited a movement that’s still popular

Robert Williams sees the world in a different way, so different he’s had to carve his own path through the art world. No, more than a path — he dug a canyon. Williams is known as the godfather of the … Continue reading

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Gillian Ayres obituary

Gillian Ayres, who has died aged 88, was one of Britain’s most significant abstract painters, a woman of much vitality and generosity, and a domestic person on a grand, overspilling scale. Her huge, improvised canvases, with paint sometimes an inch … Continue reading

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FINDLAY GALLERIES PRESENTS THE EXHIBITION: Priscilla Heine, Engaging the Sublime

This exhibition features recent works by contemporary American Abstract Expressionist, Priscilla Heine.  Led by renowned artists Jackson Pollock and Willem de Kooning, the Abstract Expressionism movement, also known as the New York School, originated in New York in the 1940s … Continue reading

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Ernest Briggs || Four Decades of Abstract Expressionism

April 19 – June 15, 2018 Opening Reception: April 19, 6-8pm Ernest Briggs, a second generation Abstract Expressionist painter, was known for his strong, lyrical brushstrokes, use of color, and sometimes geometric composition. He was born in San Diego, CA … Continue reading

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