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The tall stalk of pale, Scottish androgyny known as Tilda Swinton has brought her 1995 performance-art piece "The Maybe" to the Museum of Modern Art in New York. The piece, which requires the Oscar-winning actress to lie inside a transparent box for hours...
Pop2itFor the next month, Oscar-winning actress Tilda Swinton sleeps in a glass box for performance art at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City....
While it's true that there's only so much anyone can say about the Oscars, remember it can be said again and again. As a reader (and writer), I know by now that there are 10 abiding Oscar stories. Here they are, all in a single article: The history...
SAN FRANCISCO — On the morning of Oct. 30, as New York surveyed the damage left by Hurricane Sandy, word began to spread that Lebbeus Woods, the experimental architect known for his dystopian and densely layered drawings, had died in Lower Manhattan...
Passionate and prolific, Garry Winogrand always had an eye out for the next picture, the next glimpse of life in the streets of his native New York and venues as varied as a Texas rodeo and Venice Beach. His subjects included protesters, partygoers...
Tags: Arts, Washington, DC, Arts and Culture, Artists, Photography
"I was a beatnik, and then I was a hippie, and before that I was a bohemian," a sky-high Dennis Hopper confided to Merv Griffin on television one night in 1971, in a clip you can see on YouTube. On the opposite couch, Willie Mays uncomfortably refilled...
When the Los Angeles County Museum of Art under director Michael Govan proposed taking over L.A.'s Museum of Contemporary Art in 2008, the art world rallied against it before MOCA turned it down. But reaction has been different to this week's news that...
SAO PAULO, Brazil — After a few hours, you sink into a pleasant trance. Time no longer matters. You stop checking your phone, if it hasn't already lost its charge. You're comfortable. Your mind settles into the little there is to do — think,...
Choreographers often take opening-night bows, always a special moment, a chance for audience and artist to commune and revel in a bit of star-studded bonhomie. But it will be unusually thrilling when John Neumeier takes the stage after the Hamburg...
Tags: Music Industry, World War I (1914-1918), Arts, Music, Dance
Lehigh Valley Music presents FESTBLOGWhat do you get when you combine seven dancers skilled in movements ranging from yoga to street dance, the high energy of parkour style stunts, a 16-foot curved wall reminiscent of a wave, and a film that creates abstract images worthy of the Museum of...
David Hayes lives in an early-18th-century house on a 57-acre lot in Coventry, his home since 1968. To wander around Hayes' property is to discover Hayes' passion. On 10 acres of open fields, and scattered in the marshy woods, are hundreds of Hayes'...
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