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Boston Globe
Teitelbaum’s gambit: a smarter, sexier, more welcoming MFAMatthew Teitelbaum will tell you that he is no showman. The director of the Mu
Teitelbaum’s gambit: a smarter, sexier, more welcoming MFA
Boston Globe / Posted 3 days ago
Matthew Teitelbaum will tell you that he is no showman. The director of the Museum of Fine Arts will vow that he does not think in radical terms. He’ll insist that he shuns the bold, eschews the dramatic, abjures the ostentatious. He will tell you... Read more
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Boston Globe
Teitelbaum’s gambit: a smarter, sexier, more welcoming MFAMatthew Teitelbaum will tell you that he is no showman. The director of the Mu
Teitelbaum’s gambit: a smarter, sexier, more welcoming MFA
Boston Globe / Posted 4 days ago
Matthew Teitelbaum will tell you that he is no showman. The director of the Museum of Fine Arts will vow that he does not think in radical terms. He’ll insist that he shuns the bold, eschews the dramatic, abjures the ostentatious. He will tell you... Read more
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Ventura County Reporter
Ventura County Reporter - Picks of the Week - HappeningsVALLEY LAVENDER FESTIVAL Saturday, June 25, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Featuring over 100 f
Ventura County Reporter - Picks of the Week - Happenings
Ventura County Reporter / Posted 6 days ago
VALLEY LAVENDER FESTIVAL Saturday, June 25, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Featuring over 100 food and product vendors and a full schedule of activities, including live music, games, prizes, speakers, sampling, workshops, demonstrations and more, the communitywide... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
'Made in L.A. 2016': Hammer Museum biennial proves a thoughtful place to ponder the possibilitiesWhere is Todd Gray? The artist is one of 26 included in the latest installment
'Made in L.A. 2016': Hammer Museum biennial proves a thoughtful place to ponder the possibilities
Los Angeles Times / Posted 6 days ago
Where is Todd Gray? The artist is one of 26 included in the latest installment of the Hammer Biennial, “Made in L.A. 2016: a, the, though, only.” The diverse survey of recent art opened last week at the Westwood museum, but Gray’s work is nowhere to... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Claire Falkenstein's strangely contradictory sculpturesIn the 1960s, Claire Falkenstein was the go-to artist for monumental abstract s
Claire Falkenstein's strangely contradictory sculptures
Los Angeles Times / Posted 10 days ago
In the 1960s, Claire Falkenstein was the go-to artist for monumental abstract sculpture commissions in Los Angeles. She also made prominent outdoor sculptures for civic spaces in California cities stretching from the Central Valley to the Mexican... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
At Hammer Museum's 'Made in L.A.' biennial, Martine Syms makes her momentIt starts with a burp. And she's mad. Or maybe she isn't mad? Because she's la
At Hammer Museum's 'Made in L.A.' biennial, Martine Syms makes her moment
Los Angeles Times / Posted 18 days ago
It starts with a burp. And she's mad. Or maybe she isn't mad? Because she's laughing. Or she is mad and she's just pretending to be happy. Then again, it could just be the laughing gas. An undercurrent of uncertainty runs throughout Martine Syms'... Read more
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The Oklahoman
Oklahoma City-area fine arts notesDelaware artist Jim Van Deman, of Oklahoma City, will be recognized during the
Oklahoma City-area fine arts notes
The Oklahoman / Posted a month ago
Delaware artist Jim Van Deman, of Oklahoma City, will be recognized during the 30th annual Red Earth Festival in June 10-12 at the Cox Convention Center as the 2016 Red Earth Honored One. Van Deman's depictions of his heritage and other American... Read more
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examiner.com
Cindy Sherman: Imitation of Life at the BroadInterview: Philipp Kaiser - Guest Curator A retrospective of Cindy Sherman’s p
Cindy Sherman: Imitation of Life at the Broad
examiner.com / Posted 1 months ago
Interview: Philipp Kaiser - Guest Curator A retrospective of Cindy Sherman’s photography and film is heading to Los Angeles from June 11 and will be the first collection of its scale to exhibit in the movie capital of the world in over twenty... Read more
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Ventura County Reporter
Ventura County Reporter - Picks of the Week - Happeningsnoon-7:30 p.m. Celebrate all things Cajun without the need to travel to Louisia
Ventura County Reporter - Picks of the Week - Happenings
Ventura County Reporter / Posted 1 months ago
noon-7:30 p.m. Celebrate all things Cajun without the need to travel to Louisiana at this annual event featuring two stages of entertainment, two wooden dance floors (the largest “west of the Mississippi”) and a Mardi Gras parade each day at 4 p.m.... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
In Havana, following a USC museum director in search of great Cuban artThe Caribbean waves lap up against a decaying concrete wall outside artist Cire
In Havana, following a USC museum director in search of great Cuban art
Los Angeles Times / Posted 1 months ago
The Caribbean waves lap up against a decaying concrete wall outside artist Cirenaica Moreira’s home studio in the fishing village of Cojimar. The house is perched on a sun-bathed inlet that flows into a nearby harbor. Ernest Hemingway once docked his... Read more

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