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The New Yorker
Bounding AmbitionMillepied does not yet have the popular recognition of Mikhail Baryshnikov or R
Bounding Ambition
The New Yorker / Posted yesterday
Millepied does not yet have the popular recognition of Mikhail Baryshnikov or Rudolf Nureyev. But, thanks to the film “Black Swan,” whose dances he choreographed, he is classical ballet’s most prominent ambassador.Credit Photograph by ioulex The... Read more
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UB Reporter - Buffalo University
Sight meets sound in new exhibitComing of age at the center of the New York School — a group of American poets,
Sight meets sound in new exhibit
UB Reporter - Buffalo University / Posted yesterday
Coming of age at the center of the New York School — a group of American poets, painters, dancers and musicians active through the 1950-‘60s — with its eclectic cultural influences and interdisciplinary experimentation, Weil studied under artist and... Read more
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Crosscut
Washington-born dancer's pioneering influence lives onA performance of Trisha Brown's "Present Tense" Credit: Nan Melville It’s a ho
Washington-born dancer's pioneering influence lives on
Crosscut / Posted 2 days ago
A performance of Trisha Brown's "Present Tense" Credit: Nan Melville It’s a homecoming of sorts for the Trisha Brown Dance Company as it returns to Washington next week for its final stage performances. It was in coastal, small-town Aberdeen that... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
James Rondeau named new Art Institute of Chicago directorThe Art Institute of Chicago's search for a new leader was deemed "internationa
James Rondeau named new Art Institute of Chicago director
Chicago Tribune / Posted 8 days ago
The Art Institute of Chicago's search for a new leader was deemed "international." Its choice, announced Thursday, was hyper-regional, a man who had been in the building all along. James Rondeau, the highly regarded chair of the museum's department... Read more
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The New Yorker
The Met Gets with ItThe Met is competing with museums around the world for works—and donors.Credit
The Met Gets with It
The New Yorker / Posted 16 days ago
The Met is competing with museums around the world for works—and donors.Credit Illustration by Tamara Shopsin; Source: Courtesy Fletcher Fund / Metropolitan Museum of Art (Statue) When the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s centennial came around, in... Read more
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Aspen Daily News
New Year, New Shows, New Director: The Art Base Opens 
with Works by Jill Sabella 
and Craig O'BrienNew Year, New Shows, New Director: The Art Base Opens with Works by Jill Sabell
New Year, New Shows, New Director: The Art Base Opens 
with Works by Jill Sabella 
and Craig O'Brien
Aspen Daily News / Posted 28 days ago
New Year, New Shows, New Director: The Art Base Opens with Works by Jill Sabella and Craig O'Brienby Christine Benedetti, Time Out Staff Writer Basalt’s downtown is at a pivotal point, and near the literal center of it sits The Art Base. Formerly... Read more
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Evening Standard
Critics' choice: 50 highlights of 2016Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson reprise their roles as radiantly gormless models De
Critics' choice: 50 highlights of 2016
Evening Standard / Posted 28 days ago
Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson reprise their roles as radiantly gormless models Derek and Hansel, now caught up in a plot — hatched by fashion mogul Mugatu (Will Ferrell) — to kill the world’s most beautiful people. The trailer made me snort like a pig!... Read more
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Evening Standard
Critics's choice: 50 highlights of 2016Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson reprise their roles as radiantly gormless models De
Critics's choice: 50 highlights of 2016
Evening Standard / Posted 28 days ago
Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson reprise their roles as radiantly gormless models Derek and Hansel, now caught up in a plot — hatched by fashion mogul Mugatu (Will Ferrell) — to kill the world’s most beautiful people. The trailer made me snort like a pig!... Read more

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