If you?re an of enthusiast English country elegance, then Freeman?s offerings in the May 21 English & Continental Furniture & Decorative Arts auction will surely speak to your sense of style. Three private collections in the sale feature significant works from the eighteenth to nineteenth centuries? all suitable to furnish an aristocratic manor. Show More Summary
Martha Otero Gallery presents Pedro Matos' first exhibition in Los Angeles, Building Castles Made of Sand featuring a new series of oil paintings on canvas and Azulejo panels - a traditional Portuguese medium of hand-painted, tin-glazed, ceramic tile work. Show More Summary
Kala Art Institute announces Freedom of Expression, an exhibition of the work of Enrique Chagoya. Curated by Peter Selz and Sue Kubly, Freedom of Expression is a survey of Chagoya?s artwork from the past thirty years, including large charcoal and pastel drawings, prints, codices and three-dimensional objects, many of them completed since 2000. Show More Summary
Those who have been touched by death are the focus of a powerful exhibition by photographer Rankin. ALIVE: In The Face of Death opened on Friday 17 May and runs until 15 September at Liverpool?s Walker Art Gallery. The exhibition features more than 80 images as Rankin looks at the reality of death in its entirety. Show More Summary
Vanity Fair’s June issue reveals the many troubles of the film “World War Z.” They include: an unfinished script at the start of production a budget that went out of control (ending up somewhere in the neighborhood of $200 million—and...
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I think I've admitted this before on Hyperallergic, but I love auctions, they are a guilty pleasure. Not the big ticket auctions that grab all the headlines but the ones where it is still possible to find real treasures.
Imagine peering into a microscope and finding yourself in a garden. That's the case at Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, where researchers have found a way to shape microscopic crystals into complex and often beautiful structures. Inspired by coral reefs, sea …
Washington, D.C., circa 1943. "Potomac Electric Power Co. substations. Brightwood station car barn." Photo by Theodor Horydczak. View full size.
Hi, remember me?! I was hoping that the title would lure you back to make sure that I'm still around! I am finally at home after almost 3 months of intense and wonderful adventures. I left Penland two weeks ago today and drove almost three and a half thousand miles since then to join the wonderful folks of Minnesota for the St. Show More Summary
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Peter Gelb says the Ring will definitely not return, as originally planned, in 2017, and where has La Cieca heard that before?
The program includes a bevy of favorites, but there is little indication of what Ellington means to music, of the scope of his originality or the importance of his influence. What do we do with the Duke? He was, most agree, the greatest jazz composer who ever lived. And more.
We've been fans of Aaron Johnson's comic strip 'What the Duck' for years. 'WTD' is one of the best satirical comic strips in the world, and we're pleased to announce that we'll be publishing it on dpreview.com, starting today. Click through for the first in what we hope will be a long series!
A wise artist once told me, “Know what turns you on, so you can have lots of it in your life”. What we are attracted to is not random. If we pay attention to the specific ways our heart says, “Yes” or “No”, then we are listening to a sort of built-in guidance system of [...]
This impressionist oil painting caught my eye today: Portrait of Eleanor Slater (1911) by American artist Robert Henri. Who? you might ask. Eleanor was the granddaughter of Samuel Slater, known as the Father of the American Industrial Revolution. Show More Summary
Sheila E. had no plans to become a professional musician. She grew up playing drums and watching her father, Pete Escovedo, a Latin jazz musician, play in a band called Azteca. She just had other goals. Initially, she wanted to … Continue reading ?
Leonard Joel Auctioneers in Melbourne provided this historical evidence, based on Royal Marines Historical Society records (see reference). The auction is on 19th May 2013.Charles A.F.N. Menzies (1783-1866) was born in Perthshire in Scotland, the son of an army captain. Show More Summary
On Tuesday, Tuesday, May 21 from 8:00 – 9:00 pm, join Houston Ballet for a free Dance Talk featuring former New York City Ballet Principal Dancer Bart Cook discussing Jerome Robbins’s comic masterpiece The Concert, and Roslyn Anderson about her work staging Ji?í Kylián’s signature work, Sinfonietta. Both The Concert and Sinfonietta will be featured on […]
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