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Her bold canvases made her a bright star in the 1950s New York art world, but she "sank from view faster than the Titanic" when she moved to Baltimore, The New York Times said. Grace Hartigan, who ultimately found a second career offering her wisdom...
Wholesome little Appleton, Wis., slips past the passenger window without arousing any visible interest in tonight's guest lecturer. A shop selling sewing machines. A Christian bookstore. The Martin School of Hair Design. Not very promising. The...
Special To The SunNew York City in a day? It's hard to imagine, what with all there is to do. However, if you ride with one of several local luxury bus companies that leave from the Baltimore area, you can begin your journey stress-free. In about three hours, you will...
Sun StaffSEATTLE -- You might think John Waters has seen it all. But the Prince of Puke, the Pope of Trash -- or as he prefers to think of himself these days, "Filth Elder" -- remains amazed by the world around him. It's downright amazing how often the word...
Los Angeles TimesIt's a comfort to see Los Angeles' beloved old Pacific Electric streetcar running again, all red and shiny and full of wide-eyed straphangers. Here it comes along San Francisco's Embarcadero, looking just as it must have in 1940. Since March, this...
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Reuters* Pioneering Moscow museum closed by Stalin * Soccer club gets involved in the debate By Alessandra Prentice MOSCOW, May 21 (Reuters) - Russia's cultural elite is at loggerheads over whether to rebuild a museum closed by the late Soviet dictator...
Tags: Arts, Museums, Vladimir Putin, Artists
FarmingtonMiss Porter's School senior Isobella "Izzy" Stanton was one of 39 young artists selected to attend YoungArts New York, held May 6 through 11. The week of master classes in photography culminated in an exhibition of student work at the Museum of Modern...
Tags: Arts, Micky Arison, Artists, Awards and Prizes, Fine Artists
The Philadelphia InquirerBarbara Chase-Riboud, the internationally acclaimed sculptor, poet, and author who lives and works in Paris and Rome, was back this weekend where it all began -- Philadelphia. Chase-Riboud was here to help mark the 40th anniversary of the Brandywine...
St. Louis Post-DispatchKerry James Marshall has found a space in the high-end art world for his visions of African-American life -- visions that are culturally specific, implicitly political and subtly ironic. Even as it portrays the often bleak realities of urban life, his...
Tags: Arts, Cultural Development, Museums, Artists, Culture
The Hammer Museum exhibition opening May 25, "A. Quincy Jones: Building for Better Living," redresses what curators consider a major omission in the history of Los Angeles Modernism. Jones, they argue, had as much, if not more, influence on Southern...
Residents of a Tribeca apartment building are fuming over a new exhibition of photographs in which they star -- and which were taken without their knowledge. Some of the residents are considering legal action, the New York Post reported. The apartment...
St. Louis Post-DispatchDonald Judd was an art theorist as well as practitioner, a confluence that can be seen in his work. A native of Excelsior Springs, Mo., near Kansas City, he started as a painter. But as his thinking on art evolved, Judd left painting behind, proclaiming...
Tags: Philosophy, Mark Rothko, Artists, U.S. Army, Jackson Pollock
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