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Best Dance Performance

In the most recent iteration of Morgan Thorson’s ongoing project, Still Life, the dancers were instructed to “kill the choreography.” In a prior version, the work was performed in the Weisman Art Museum galleries for hours as onlookers milled about. … Continue reading

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London dealer sells Van Gogh still-life to Dutch Museum

The painting, Still Life with Bottles and a Cowrie Shell, was aArticle source: https://www.antiquestradegazette.com/news/2018/london-dealer-sells-van-gogh-still-life-to-dutch-museum/

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The Simple Elegance of the Still Life this Month at Gray’s

Any lover of fine art will be intimately familiar with the still life.  An invaluable tool for honing technique and developing a sense of composition, nearly every painter has produced a wealth of them and their styles and subjects are … Continue reading

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Seven Icons of New York in the Early ’80s

In 1981, the then-emerging artist David Wojnarowicz was photographed by Peter Hujar; the portrait went unpublished until Stephen Koch, director of the Peter Hujar Archive, allowed T to use it on one of the Culture issue covers. “It’s been my … Continue reading

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What’s It Like To Pose For David Hockney? We Asked The People In His Portraits

As artist David Hockney recovered from a minor stroke, he decided to paint portraits of his friends. The result is “82 Portraits and 1 Still-life,” an exhibit now on view at The Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Jean-Pierre Gonçalves … Continue reading

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Madison gallery announces still life show

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The Past Is A Gift: How The Medieval Calendar Still Shapes Our Lives

Roger Wieck, the curator of Now and Forever, examines three medieval Books of Hours. Last week I had a conference call with four people in three different time zones. An app set up the call, calculated the correct time for each … Continue reading

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What Will The Death Of Net Neutrality Mean For Rural Communities?

The Federal Communications Commission starts dismantling net neutrality regulations on April 23, 2018. That could mean when you’re watching that next episode of ‘The Crown” it could buffer endlessly or not. No one really knows yet.   We do know … Continue reading

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This Remarkable Charm Bracelet Chronicles a Life Inside a Concentration Camp

A charm bracelet tells the story of the life lived by its wearer – where one has called home, who one has met, and the circumstances one has experienced. But for Greta Perlman, born a Czech Jew in the Austro-Hungarian … Continue reading

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The wheelchair-bound dog who still lives life to the full after losing …

After being hit by a car and left with maggot-infested wounds for weeks resulting in two of his legs being amputated many would think there was not much hope for Nahar the dog. But kind-hearted Gill Daghistani was determined to … Continue reading

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