Galerie Cécile Fakhoury presents Môgô Dynasty, the third solo exhibition by the Ivorian artist Aboudia in its space. This portrait of a changing society assembles his most recent works produced in Abidjan alongside a monumental in situ installation. Show More Summary
War crimes judges will deliver a historic judgement on Tuesday against a Malian jihadist who admitted attacking Timbuktu's fabled shrines, in a case which could send a strong message against cultural destruction. Around the globe, 55...Show More Summary
South Street Seaport Museum announces the triumphant return of the restored 1885 full-rigged cargo sailing ship Wavertree at Pier 16 in the East River (Fulton and South Streets), NYC. The Seaport Museum welcomed the vessel with traditional...Show More Summary
De Kalb is a city in Bowie County, Texas, United States. It is part of the Texarkana, Texas – Texarkana, Arkansas Metropolitan Statistical Area. Here below is a rare collection of vintage photos taken everyday life of this city over 100 years ago. See more »
Annely Juda Fine Art announces an exhibition of recent work by the British artist, Suzanne Treister. HFT The Gardener features artworks created by the fictional character Hillel Fischer Traumberg, a banker turned 'outsider artist'. Primarily...Show More Summary
This autumn, Sotheby?s S|2 gallery is staging the landmark first London solo exhibition by the leading Turkish contemporary artist, Taner Ceylan. Running from the 23 September to 28 October, and comprising six astounding photo-realist paintings, ?I Love You? is a major new body of work by the Istanbul-based artist. Show More Summary
In July 2016, Olya Oleinic (Moldova, 1991) embarked on a journey through China and its surrounding areas: from Beijing, Shanghai and Taipei to Hong Kong. Fascinated by consumer culture and the aesthetics of advertising, she went to research the country that produces most of the products we use in our daily lives. Show More Summary
Weiss Berlin is presenting My American Dream: Berlin Edition, Keith Mayerson's first exhibition with Weiss Berlin. My American Dream: Berlin Edition is a new chapter of a ten-year project to represent and complicate the fiction of America and the possibilities of its painterly representation. Show More Summary
Towner Art Gallery presenting Towards Night, a major exhibition exploring the nocturnal through paintings, prints and drawings by over sixty artists. Drawing on the nineteenth century European Romantic tradition, the show surveys contemporary and historical connections to wonderment and dystopia at dusk, twilight, night and dawn. Show More Summary
December 1960. "Interior, barber shop. Republic Building, 209 South State Street, Chicago. Architects, Holabird & Roche. Completed 1905; demolished 1961." Photo by Richard Nickel the Historic American Buildings Survey. View full siz...
Nubank Branding and Visual Identity abduzeedo Sep 25, 2016 I love to see a little bit of what happens behind the scenes of a branding project. The outcome usually is simple but a lot of people, especially the non-designers might not have any idea of the amount of work that it takes to come up with a good and powerful brand system. Show More Summary
Mary Zimmerman deftly directs a lavish revival of Leonard Bernstein’s classic musical, featuring a company of more than 40 actors and musicians. If you’re looking for larger-than-life staging and rich music-making, this show’s for you! Recommended. (read Catey Sullivan's entire review...)
October 1 marks the ten-year anniversary of this website. Well, it’s really older than that, but the first posting in its modern history is dated October 1, 2006. To celebrate, this week will see a posting every day, so hold on to your hats! If you’re reading this in a feed reader, you might want […]
Here are Trump and Hillary playing swing-state Twister. I thought this would be a good one to send out the day before the first, big... Continue reading ?
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Since construction on the Manhattan Bridge began in 1901, the bridge’s Brooklyn-side tower has been beautifully framed by the brick warehouses on Washington Street near the water. The steel structure photogenically rises up out of the East River, the Empire State Building visible in the distance. Show More Summary
This week: Baby boomers are breathing new life into movie theatres… Dance clubs are languishing as millennials stay away… Netflix reveals at what point we get hooked on TV series… How the audience changes when admission is free… The Ticket bots strike again on Broadway.
Clogging is a type of folk dance in which the dancer's footwear is used percussively by striking the heel, the toe, or both against a floor or each other to create audible rhythms, usually to the downbeat with the heel keeping the rhythm. Show More Summary