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ARTPHAIRE

Top 5 Blockbuster Shows to See in Europe

ARTPHAIRE | September 1, 2015 | Arts
There's still some time for one last Grand Tour this summer. Here are a few blockbuster shows worth visiting before the season ends. By Justin Quirk, August 26, 2015 1. Tracey Emin and Egon Schiele: Where I Want To...
Samantha Matcovsky

Patrick Mancini Paints With an Incredible Cause

Samantha Matcovsky | September 1, 2015 | Arts
By day, Patrick Mancini is a successful software executive at IBM. While his ability to lead people in a business context is impressive, by night, he doubles as an impassioned painter whose creations serve as the engine for a life committed to honest to goodness charity.
Heather Kasdan

Don't Post My Picture

Heather Kasdan | September 1, 2015 | Arts
About this poem: I wrote this after the Virginia Tech shootings. And to my incredible sadness, it is not only still applicable today, but may be even more so with murderers using social media and news outlets to distribute their self-portraits, manifestos and, most recently, videos of their murders.
Daron Hagen

My Rosebud

Daron Hagen | September 1, 2015 | Arts
At age eight, during the summer of '69, one of the most comforting sounds I knew was the sound of Mother's manual Royal typewriter.
Tom Teicholz

Israel Museum at 50: Treasures and Exhibits

Tom Teicholz | September 1, 2015 | Arts
Happy birthday to the Israel Museum! The country's national museum turns 50 this year -- middle age for most of us, but quite young in museum years.
Romina Ressia

How Would We Have Been? IV

Romina Ressia | August 31, 2015 | Arts
The project, making use of the anachronism as a visual resource, does not pretend to refer to the past but to create a reference on which to analyze the evolution of society as well as its actions and reactions front to current issues.
Michael Hafftka

Reconciled

Michael Hafftka | August 31, 2015 | Arts
I am having a show at a major gallery for the first time in a few years. It's a bit of a retrospective and it includes new work.
Michael D. Shaw

Make Way for Tomorrow (1937) Retrospective

Michael D. Shaw | August 31, 2015 | Arts
This vastly overrated clunker fooled everyone except its original theatrical audience. The pic bombed on release, but wowed the critics at the time, right on down to the present day.
Mat Gleason

L.A. Dolce Vita: Artist Mike Street's Ode to Bygone Lobby Cards, Fellini and L.A.'s Art Scene

Mat Gleason | August 31, 2015 | Los Angeles
Any lifelong fan of cinema can appreciate that the way Fellini's La Dolce Vita weaves 120 co-stars with the protagonist was a predecessor to the actual surreal interaction with our daily hundred Facebook friends.
Robert L. Lynch

On Vacation? Rise and Shine -- Explore the Arts All Around You!

Robert L. Lynch | August 31, 2015 | Arts
Can you think of a trip you took where you didn't see an interesting piece of art or fascinating architecture, or learned something new about the local culture? I bet you can't. The arts become a part of the travel experience even when that isn't the intent of a trip.
Madelaine D'Angelo

Jankossen Contemporary

Madelaine D'Angelo | August 31, 2015 | Arts
JanKossen Contemporary has been showing works from many up-and-coming artists. Beginning in 2013, JanKossen Contemporary focuses its exhibits on abstract, conceptual art and brings works from international artists into their Chelsea gallery space.
Stanley Fish

Trump's Good Bad Speaking Style

Stanley Fish | August 31, 2015 | Arts
Trump is often called "crazy," but there is method to his madness, and that method is matched and displayed by the speaking style he employs on the stump. Even his detractors see that a large part of his appeal is that he comes across as unscripted.
L. Steven Sieden

5th Avenue's Matilda, The Musical is an Upbeat, Sophisticated, Vibrant Show With Amazing Child Performers

L. Steven Sieden | August 31, 2015 | Arts
Seattle's 5th Avenue Theatre presentation of the Broadway hit musical Matilda is a family-oriented show highlighted by outstanding performances and a staging that keeps the audience engaged throughout.
Roxie Sarhangi

The Journey Within: Gongs, Tunnels and Binaural Beats

Roxie Sarhangi | August 31, 2015 | Arts
But crawling through the tunnel at "The Little House" was nothing to be alarmed about. It was such an extremely short, easy distance. And I had no choice: The front door to the house does not open so I had to be okay with being a little uncomfortable. It was perfectly unconventional. Somehow it all made sense.
Madelaine D'Angelo

Korakrit Arunanondchai "Painting With History in a Room Filled With People With Funny Names 3" at Palais de Tokyo, Paris

Madelaine D'Angelo | August 31, 2015 | Arts
Korakrit Arunanonchai recently opened an installation at Palais de Tokyo in Paris, which tells the story of the formation of a painter.
Jornalismo de rede e rua

This Artist Is Changing the Lives of Domestic Violence Survivors, One Tattoo at a Time

Jornalismo de rede e rua | August 31, 2015 | Women
Scars may never disappear. Women who have suffered domestic violence can be haunted for life by the marks of abuse they carry on their bodies. A "lifetime mark," however, can mean something different; Flavia Carvalho, a tattoo artist born in Curitiba, reinvents the term.
Jon Chattman

A-Sides with Jon Chattman: Alice Cooper & Joe Perry Breathe New Life Into Hollywood Vampires

Jon Chattman | August 31, 2015 | Entertainment
Along with founding member Cooper, the crew included Lennon, Morrison, and Keith Moon. It consisted of rockers who lived near the Strip and those passing through town while on tour.
Barry Singer

Not-Cumberbatch: Seven Brides for Seven Brothers Outdoors in London

Barry Singer | August 31, 2015 | Arts
Would I ever have ventured to see Seven Brides for Seven Brothers remade on a New York stage? Doubtful. All that death-defying Michael Kidd choreography cannot be replicated away from the camera, I would have thought. But outdoors in London in August? Why not?
Michael Ernest Sweet

Purgatory & Paradise: Meryl Meisler's Vintage New York Photography

Michael Ernest Sweet | August 31, 2015 | Arts
Meryl Meisler's tome of photography from the 70s titled, "Purgatory & Paradise SASSY '70s: Suburbia & The City" is an exceptional collection of disco era images. I simply delighted in reading these images from cover to cover, and then doing it...
John Seed

Hot Off the Easel: September, 2015 Edition

John Seed | September 1, 2015 | Arts
Hot off the Easel is a new monthly feature blog that I am introducing with this edition. It is designed to showcase a cross-section of vital and varied contemporary paintings.
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