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Fazad’s red, black and white passion
When you enter his home studio in Diego Martin, the first thing that strikes you are the Buddhas. There are several of them, part of the eclectic décor of this quiet, well-ordered space where Fazad...
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A Weekend full of free-range gifts and sex bruises
We kicked off the weekend on Thursday at Share the Harvest in Old Village Mt. Pleasant. For the event, planners shut down Pitt Street and set up tasting stations and minibars all along the way. Each...
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Holiday House: Mayor loves 'living on the avenue'
Yet while he loved his childhood and wide open freedom, he always thought the grass was greener in the city and wanted to "live on the avenue" in uptown Lexington, he said recently while seated in the...
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Swiss Museum Will Keep Art Trove Containing Nazi-...
Nov. 24 (Bloomberg) -- A museum in the Swiss capital will accept an art trove containing looted works bequeathed to it this year by German collector Cornelius Gurlitt, vowing to return art seized by...
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SVC hosts gallery reception of 12 regional artists
BENNINGTON >> Southern Vermont College hosted a reception at its Burgdorff Art Gallery in the Everett Mansion on Friday, with talks from several of the 12 featured artists exhibiting their work...
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Children's Book Guide: Books to bank on
Children's Book Guide: Books to bank on Recommendations from panel — available in central Ohio stores — span many genres Our panel of judges — 24 adults and 23 children — recommended hundreds of...
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U-M's 80-old American agave inspires River Galler...
Some art exhibits are timely and others are kind. But it’s the exceptional exhibit that’s both timely and kind at the same instance. The River Gallery’s “Reaching for the Light” presentation at the...
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Reach Me Review
Sylvester Stallone gives the most resonant performance in Reach Me. Playing Gerald, a political blogger who paints
in his free time, Stallone stands out from the crowd by expelling his...
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Portraits of the artist
Up close and personal: Chuck Close says art saved his life – twice. Photo: Gianfranco Gorgoni, courtesy of Pace Gallery. Chuck Close says art saved his life, twice. This is a curiously passive way of...
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Gardens bloom under water at Conservatory of Flow...
While these submerged gardens – which look like primeval forests, verdant valleys or even
– aren't familiar to American audiences, they aren't uncommon in other places. "Aquascaping is...
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Conservatory of Flowers
Get 50 percent off any Skinit InkFusion Lite case
If you have to put your phone or tablet in a case -- and, let's face it, that's your best defense against gravity -- you might as well make it a cool one. Something that reflects your style, your...
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Nkuranga's Inspiring Solo Exhibition
Rwandan painter Emmanuel Nkuranga will give visual art lovers a sneak peek into his contemporary art pieces on Saturday November 22 at Inema Art Center in Kacyiru starting at 6PM. The exhibition...
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A Victorian Obsession, Leighton House, review: 'T...
Copies of many paintings returned to the walls in 2010, but now – with the display of Pérez Simón’s collection temporarily replacing them – we get perhaps closer than ever to seeing Leighton’s house...
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Fosters.com - Dover NH, Rochester NH, Portsmouth ...
Sunday, November 16, 2014 DOVER - Art is always subject to individual interpretation but
really challenges people to use their imaginations and seek hidden meanings. This winter, Gallery...
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A tale of two Roberts
In their golden years, Scottish artists Robert MacBryde and Robert Colquhoun were the toast of the arts world, magazine cover stars and drinking buddies of Bacon and Freud … then it all went wrong....
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France's New Chief Rabbi Embraces Reforms
... — The first thing Haim Korsia did after becoming chief rabbi of France was give his new office a thorough cleaning. Next he redecorated to give the space a more modern look, placing his 30-inch...
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Mundelein glassblowing studio to host annual open...
Award winning glass artist James R. Wilbat will open his Mundelein glassblowing studio to the public on five upcoming weekends. Free glassblowing demonstrations will be featured at the studio, 854...
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Post-disaster angst fuels Japanese pop artist's t...
But aside from cultural imperatives, Murakami's new tech-themed work was largely powered by his adoption of tablets. "You can draw directly on the tablet and then that becomes data, [that goes into]...
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Photographer transforms sludge from notoriously t...
BROOKLYN (PIX11) – It’s clear there is plenty of culture and history throughout Brooklyn. However there’s a section of the borough that stinks – literally. Stretching 1.8 miles across four...
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John McPhee, master craftsman and professor for l...
... an essay in the Princeton Alumni Weekly about John McPhee, who has been teaching at the university for nearly 40 years. I've had a lot of lucky breaks over the years, and getting in that class...
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