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Dundas Star News
Tom Wolfe takes aim at Noam Chomskybad, MSG-headache-producing, Chinese lunch," critic Rosalind E. Krauss wrote at
Tom Wolfe takes aim at Noam Chomsky
Dundas Star News / Posted yesterday
bad, MSG-headache-producing, Chinese lunch," critic Rosalind E. Krauss wrote at the time. His book on architecture, "From Bauhaus to Our House," led Time reviewer Robert Hughes to conclude that Wolfe held "a kind of supercilious rancour and a... Read more
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EuroNews
The Sydney 'Fifties Fair' a look back at a time of unique designsome of the social problems of that era but I’m still seeing things I like abou
The Sydney 'Fifties Fair' a look back at a time of unique design
EuroNews / Posted 2 days ago
some of the social problems of that era but I’m still seeing things I like about that time.” The venue for the show is the Bauhaus-styled Rose Seidler House designed by renowned Australian architect Harry Seidler. The radical architecture... Read more
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The Hindu
Kareena gets emotional as she walks at LFW with baby bumpthe era of 1920s to 1960s. It weaved three stories together, first the night c
Kareena gets emotional as she walks at LFW with baby bump
The Hindu / Posted 2 days ago
the era of 1920s to 1960s. It weaved three stories together, first the night clubs in Paris in the 1920’s, second from the Bauhaus school of strict architecture and the third was the celebration of finest quality of needle craft from all across the... Read more
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dna
Lakme Fashion Week: First time mum-to-be Kareena epitomises pregnancy glam walking for SabyasachiWeek Facebook account) It weaved three stories together, first the night clubs
Lakme Fashion Week: First time mum-to-be Kareena epitomises pregnancy glam walking for Sabyasachi
dna / Posted 2 days ago
Week Facebook account) It weaved three stories together, first the night clubs in Paris in the 1920's, second from the Bauhaus school of strict architecture and the third was the celebration of finest quality of needle craft from all across the... Read more
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The Hindu
Kareena gets emotional as she walks at LFW with baby bumpthe era of 1920s to 1960s. It weaved three stories together, first the night c
Kareena gets emotional as she walks at LFW with baby bump
The Hindu / Posted 2 days ago
the era of 1920s to 1960s. It weaved three stories together, first the night clubs in Paris in the 1920’s, second from the Bauhaus school of strict architecture and the third was the celebration of finest quality of needle craft from all across the... Read more
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Boston Globe
Jane Thompson, 89, award-winning designer, urban plannerlike sorrel then,” she told the Globe in 1993. Meanwhile, the couple’s Willard
Jane Thompson, 89, award-winning designer, urban planner
Boston Globe / Posted 2 days ago
like sorrel then,” she told the Globe in 1993. Meanwhile, the couple’s Willard Street house in Cambridge was home to Bauhaus chairs and bright Marimekko fabrics. The back wall was glass, which allowed Mrs. Thompson to gaze at her roses... Read more
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InDesign
Is Investing in Classic Design the Answer to Throwaway Culture?was still prevalent throughout Germany in the mid 1950s. So, when the 369 armch
Is Investing in Classic Design the Answer to Throwaway Culture?
InDesign / Posted 2 days ago
was still prevalent throughout Germany in the mid 1950s. So, when the 369 armchair came on the scene, the attitude of Bauhaus, the avant-garde and Scandinavia, coupled with the recent invention of plastic, made flowing forms and sweeping vital... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Essential Arts & Culture: Norton Simon keeps its Cranachs, Doug Aitken lands at MOCA, the power of 'Carré'Invisible podcast has a pretty terrific story about the photographs of Lucia Mo
Essential Arts & Culture: Norton Simon keeps its Cranachs, Doug Aitken lands at MOCA, the power of 'Carré'
Los Angeles Times / Posted 3 days ago
Invisible podcast has a pretty terrific story about the photographs of Lucia Moholy, who documented the architecture of the Bauhaus. Moholy lost her negatives when she was forced to flee Germany during World War II. They were rescued by architect... Read more
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iol.co.za
Artists explore home as a refuge​ and prisonby academia. In Home Truths he pays his respects to various art movements from
Artists explore home as a refuge​ and prison
iol.co.za / Posted 9 days ago
by academia. In Home Truths he pays his respects to various art movements from expressionism to pop art. There is the Bauhaus in Justine Brett’s apartment and De Stijl in Richard Hamilton’s Interior with monochrome. In Tommy Motswai’s... Read more
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IGN
Bound Reviewand ideas that games generally don’t touch, which I definitely applaud. It’s l
Bound Review
IGN / Posted 15 days ago
and ideas that games generally don’t touch, which I definitely applaud. It’s like an M.C. Escher painting colliding with Bauhaus. The worlds that you explore in Bound expand and contract like a living, breathing organism. Platforms manifest in... Read more
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The Washington Times
Iceland: Wild and styled under the Northern Lightsminimalist cubes may intersperse with reclaimed fish processing warehouses, fol
Iceland: Wild and styled under the Northern Lights
The Washington Times / Posted 16 days ago
minimalist cubes may intersperse with reclaimed fish processing warehouses, followed by buildings designed in Bauhaus era neoclassical concrete. Odd museums of the north Museums bring out the very deep and storied histories of this... Read more
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The New Statesman
How tour merchandise became high fashionJohn was able to take hundreds of candid photographs recording his whole societ
How tour merchandise became high fashion
The New Statesman / Posted 20 days ago
John was able to take hundreds of candid photographs recording his whole society in the East End, while the version of Bauhaus aesthetic he absorbed from Brownjohn inspired him to produce graphic images that are entirely distinctive. He took... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Facebook, I want my clickbait headlines backknowledge, producing "a feeling of deprivation labeled curiosity." That makes t
Facebook, I want my clickbait headlines back
Chicago Tribune / Posted 21 days ago
knowledge, producing "a feeling of deprivation labeled curiosity." That makes them clickbait, too. This year, a team from Bauhaus University in Weimar, Germany, published a paper on clickbait detection. They built a machine-learning-based model to... Read more
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UB Reporter - Buffalo University
UB Art Galleries to present work of Lydia Okumura“Labyrinth.” Okumura’s work is rooted in the history of geometric abstraction,
UB Art Galleries to present work of Lydia Okumura
UB Reporter - Buffalo University / Posted 22 days ago
“Labyrinth.” Okumura’s work is rooted in the history of geometric abstraction, influenced by Constructivism and the Bauhaus, as well as the Concrete and Neo-Concrete movements in Brazil. While working in São Paulo in the late 1960s and early... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Hey Facebook, I want my clickbait headlines backknowledge, producing "a feeling of deprivation labelled curiosity." That makes
Hey Facebook, I want my clickbait headlines back
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 23 days ago
knowledge, producing "a feeling of deprivation labelled curiosity." That makes them clickbait, too. This year, a team from Bauhaus University in Weimar, Germany, published a paper on clickbait detection. They built a machine-learning-based model to... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Hey Facebook, I want my clickbait headlines backknowledge, producing "a feeling of deprivation labelled curiosity." That makes
Hey Facebook, I want my clickbait headlines back
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 23 days ago
knowledge, producing "a feeling of deprivation labelled curiosity." That makes them clickbait, too. This year, a team from Bauhaus University in Weimar, Germany, published a paper on clickbait detection. They built a machine-learning-based model to... Read more
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The New Statesman
The East End from the insideJohn was able to take hundreds of candid photographs recording his whole societ
The East End from the inside
The New Statesman / Posted 24 days ago
John was able to take hundreds of candid photographs recording his whole society in the East End, while the version of Bauhaus aesthetic he absorbed from Brownjohn inspired him to produce graphic images that are entirely distinctive. He took... Read more
24d
The Jewish Press
Google under Attack for Deleting Palestine from Maps Appthe historic Western Wall, Al-Aqsa Mosque and Church of the Holy Sepulchre. Its
Google under Attack for Deleting Palestine from Maps App
The Jewish Press / Posted 24 days ago
the historic Western Wall, Al-Aqsa Mosque and Church of the Holy Sepulchre. Its financial hub, Tel Aviv, is known for Bauhaus architecture, beaches and nightlife. Founded: May 14, 1948 Prime minister: Benjamin Netanyahu About the... Read more
24d
The Patriot Ledger
Concert review: Pearl Jam thunders into Fenway ParkFloyd's “Another Brick in the Wall” for one of the most eye-popping of finales.
Concert review: Pearl Jam thunders into Fenway Park
The Patriot Ledger / Posted 24 days ago
Floyd's “Another Brick in the Wall” for one of the most eye-popping of finales. Lead guitarist Mike McCready, wearing a Bauhaus tee-shirt, raised the energy level even higher with his behind-the-neck guitar solo during “Evenflow.” Vedder... Read more
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The Brockton Enterprise
MUSIC SCENE: Pearl Jam thunders into Fenway ParkFloyd's “Another Brick in the Wall” for one of the most eye-popping of finales.
MUSIC SCENE: Pearl Jam thunders into Fenway Park
The Brockton Enterprise / Posted 25 days ago
Floyd's “Another Brick in the Wall” for one of the most eye-popping of finales. Lead guitarist Mike McCready, wearing a Bauhaus tee-shirt, raised the energy level even higher with his behind-the-neck guitar solo during “Evenflow.” Vedder... Read more
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25d
The Patriot Ledger
MUSIC SCENE: Pearl Jam thunders into Fenway ParkFloyd's “Another Brick in the Wall” for one of the most eye-popping of finales.
MUSIC SCENE: Pearl Jam thunders into Fenway Park
The Patriot Ledger / Posted 25 days ago
Floyd's “Another Brick in the Wall” for one of the most eye-popping of finales. Lead guitarist Mike McCready, wearing a Bauhaus tee-shirt, raised the energy level even higher with his behind-the-neck guitar solo during “Evenflow.” Vedder... Read more
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25d
The Economic Times
'Facebook, I want my clickbait headlines back'knowledge, producing "a feeling of deprivation labeled curiosity." That makes t
'Facebook, I want my clickbait headlines back'
The Economic Times / Posted 25 days ago
knowledge, producing "a feeling of deprivation labeled curiosity." That makes them clickbait, too. This year, a team from Bauhaus University in Weimar, Germany, published a paper on clickbait detection. They built a machine-learning-based model to... Read more
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T3
Best baking tech: 16 essential baking gadgetsyou clearly now need a kMix Stand Mixer (just throw your old Kitchen Aid in the
Best baking tech: 16 essential baking gadgets
T3 / Posted 26 days ago
you clearly now need a kMix Stand Mixer (just throw your old Kitchen Aid in the bin). We're really fond of the simple, Bauhaus-inspired aesthetic of the Kenwood. The large bowl is practical, and the planetary mixing and folding actions ensure... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Uni Shorts announces short film finalists for 2016 festivalDocumentary13. Lookout, Noa Gusakov, Sam Spiegel Film & TV School/Israel, U/Fic
Uni Shorts announces short film finalists for 2016 festival
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 29 days ago
Documentary13. Lookout, Noa Gusakov, Sam Spiegel Film & TV School/Israel, U/Fiction 14. Neverland now, Georg Pelzer, Bauhaus-Universität Weimar/Germany, U/Fiction 15. Razor, Alexey Beliakov, Russian State University of Cinematography,... Read more
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Hartford Courant
Unique Metal Home Frame Is DismantledDale Bertoldi of Ironwood Community Partners is dismantling a 1936 steel-beam h
Unique Metal Home Frame Is Dismantled
Hartford Courant / Posted 1 months ago
Dale Bertoldi of Ironwood Community Partners is dismantling a 1936 steel-beam home in Bloomfield. Bertoldi says the unique 1936 "bauhaus" or motohome metal components and structure will be donated to the University of Hartford school of architect... Read more
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The Arizona Republic
Best music videos by Phoenix artists in 2016 (so far)ads are brought to life in a black-and-white video where everyone is dressed as
Best music videos by Phoenix artists in 2016 (so far)
The Arizona Republic / Posted 1 months ago
ads are brought to life in a black-and-white video where everyone is dressed as goth as possible, including one guy in a Bauhaus T-shirt. (Gil’s shirt is Edward from “Twilight”). It’s all very striking and beautifully filmed. There’s a great... Read more

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