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Sun reporterWhen Grace Hartigan was a little girl, she was bewitched by gypsies. In the 1930s, the Travelers still roamed the countryside in nomadic caravans, and young Grace would shinny up the apple tree in her parents' backyard in Newark, N.J., to spy on them....
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Sun Art CriticThe most notable thing about this season of museum and gallery shows is that, for the first time in years, it seems, there's no blockbuster event in the offing to monopolize all the attention, interest and ticket sales to the public. Instead, area...
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Sun StaffThe end for the Alzheimer's patient is a horror: The person is mute, bedridden, adrift from the thoughts and feelings that make up a life. The brain undergoes an equally disturbing transformation, shrunken by as much as half, mottled all over with...
VarietyExperimental filmmaker Stephen John Dwoskin, who was part of the New York "underground" scene in the 1960s before becoming a key figure in British avant-garde cinema, died suddenly on June 28. He was 73. Dwoskin was also a painter and a designer, but his...
Tom Lamb could never have taken his pictures of a changing patch of Orange County at ground level. From his vantage point riding in helicopters airborne and tilted at varying angles above the former El Toro Marine Corps Air Station and surrounding...
Helen Frankenthaler, a New York artist whose bursts of color achieved by pouring thinned paint onto canvas from coffee cans helped point art in fresh directions after the initial post-World War II explosion of Abstract Expressionism, has died. She was 83....
John Chamberlain, a prolific American sculptor whose use of crushed automobile sheet metal became his signature during a career that spanned half a century, died Wednesday in New York City. He was 84. Reportedly in poor health, he had been working on a...
Culture MonsterStanford University has picked New York's Ennead Architects to build a $30.5 million home for a collection of contemporary American art it was given earlier this year. It's part of an arts building boom on the Palo Alto campus....
Culture MonsterSteven A. Cohen, the billionaire who is in contention for the L.A. Dodgers baseball team, has been elected to the MOCA board of trustees....
Culture MonsterFew actors own a role the way Hal Holbrook owns Mark Twain. The Tony- and Emmy-winning actor, who recently turned 87, has played the humorist in his one-man stage play “Mark Twain Tonight!” since 1954, logging thousands of performances and...
Before Provincetown became a place known for its streets flooded with quirky boutiques, seafood dining and decked-out drag queens, it was a brewing art colony. This exhibit, separated into nine sections, showcases over 100 artists from the Cape Cod School...
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