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Blurring the traditional concepts of art
In this instance, the topsy-turvy times of the 1950-60s resulted in a shift in modern art that will be highlighted in the new exhibit "Blurred Boundaries" at the Blanden Memorial Art Museum, 920 Third...
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Museum of Modern Art
6 Things for You to Do in New York City's Neighbo...
... Things for You to Do in New York City's Neighborhoods This WeekendView Full Caption Friday, February 27The Museum Of Mathematics Family Fridays are designed to bring kids and adults together to...
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Islander's volunteer work turns to films with Mar...
Eric Pfeifer's island real-estate firm in 2014 sponsored a film about life in Sanibel. It was an unusual move for a former civil engineer with a decided left-brain way of looking at life. Pfeifer...
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Magic Lantern Cinema showcases experimental films
Poetry, discourse, commentaries and analysis: Literature often takes forms that deviate from a traditional narrative to explore arcane and obscure notions. For cinema, these ideas seem less...
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The Living Breath
Buffalo’s poetry roots run deep. Poet Ann Lauterbach once dubbed it “Poetry City,” a moniker that has not taken hold of our imaginations in the same way as have “City of No Illusions,” “City of Good...
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A sneak peek at the Broad museum draws an enthusi...
The nearly completed Broad museum in downtown Los Angeles resembles a giant, milky honeycomb, so it was appropriate that on Sunday the place buzzed with activity. Curious artists, journalists and art...
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Museum of Contemporary Art
Old Family Dining Room added to White House tour
WASHINGTON — People taking public tours of the White House now will have to leave a little more room in their schedules. The White House announced Tuesday that a new room, the nearly 200-year-old Old...
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Obama Wire: Michelle Obama Modernizes a Fusty Whi...
After six years in the White House, Michelle Obama has finally embarked on a major redecorating project for the late 18th-century neoclassical mansion on 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. The First Lady...
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Society: Fascinating exhibit open at the Cantor
Stanford's Cantor Arts Center celebrated the start of the year with a patrons reception on Feb. 3 to preview a pair of exhibitions: "She Who Tells a Story: Women Photographers from Iran and the Arab...
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Michelle Obama redecorated a White House room — a...
The Old Family Dining Room of the White House has opened for public viewing for the first time in the history of the White House. (Courtesy of White House Photo by Amanda Lucidon) Visitors on the...
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Broad museum sets a Sept. 20 opening and a Februa...
The Broad museum will open Sept. 20 as the downtown showcase for Eli and Edythe Broad's contemporary art collection, the founding couple announced Thursday. As promised, admission will be free. But...
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This Man Is Growing an Ear on His Arm. Is It Art?
This article originally appeared in “Open Art,” a partnership of the Getty and Zócalo Public Square. In 2007 the Australian performance artist Stelarc started growing an extra ear on his left arm...
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