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Tom Teicholz


Marx Brothers Make Merry in TV Collection

Tom Teicholz | August 22, 2014 | Arts
The Shout! Factory release of "The Marx Brothers TV Collection," an omnibus of the Brothers Marx's post-film career TV appearances, is occasion enough to celebrate once more the irrepressible talents of Groucho, Chico and Harpo Marx.
Olena Kagui

The Politics Behind the Chinese Exhibition in Prague (PHOTOS)

Olena Kagui | August 22, 2014 | World
I attended the exhibition and found the art breathtaking and the history fascinating. However, recent developments in Chinese-Czech relations are even more interesting than ancient artifacts.
Shana Nys Dambrot


Freyda Miller: Words and Deeds

Shana Nys Dambrot | August 22, 2014 | Arts
Her process in putting this book together as a singular object in itself -- pulling together a multifaceted story out of disparate elements -- manifests the same aesthetic impulse to combine and reconfigure materials into a larger, complex but cohesive, holistic vision.
Carol Es


Carol Es on the ImageBlog

Carol Es | August 22, 2014 | Arts
Read More: Photography, Arts News
To the Left of Me (Exodus Project), 2014. Joshua Tree, CA. Preliminary work for an upcoming solo show at Shulamit Gallery: Spring, 2015. Digital photograph. I am currently working on a year-long project, which began in Joshua Tree, CA. I collected preliminary reference materials and DV...
Jen Kiaba

What Your Fear Can Tell You About Your Art

Jen Kiaba | August 22, 2014 | Arts
My fear was that in creating truthful work, I would finally be seen and would no longer be able to hide behind a safe facade. Yet when I consulted my desires, that was exactly what I wanted and what had lead me out of that religion in the first place.
Ralph A. Miriello


Regina Carter Brings Southern Comfort to the Jazz Standard

Ralph A. Miriello | August 22, 2014 | Arts
On Saturday August 16, 2014 the violinist Regina Carter brought some Southern Comfort to the New York's Jazz Standard.
Daniel Maidman


The Obscure Menace of the Interior

Daniel Maidman | August 22, 2014 | Arts
The obscure menace of the interior is the fascinating and deftly implemented curatorial concept for Interiors, a group show of photographs.
Brandiilyne Dear

Life After 'L Word Mississippi': The Good, Bad and the Ugly

Brandiilyne Dear | August 22, 2014 | Gay Voices
Since the premiere of L Word Mississippi: Hate the Sin, Susan and I have been flooded with positive messages and encouragement. We have been swaddled in what seemed to be a warm comforting safety blanket... until seven days later.
Steven Crandell


Last Words

Steven Crandell | August 22, 2014 | Arts
Editors Note: The following story is fictional. A young man and a young woman sit on separate benches in a park. Both in business attire, they tap away on their smartphones oblivious to the world until a ragged old man wanders in...
Suzy Evans

On the Town: Summer Fridays at 'Here Lies Love'

Suzy Evans | August 22, 2014 | Arts
Summer might be winding down, but don't whip out your scarves and riding boots just yet -- unless they accentuate your disco dancing moves.
Damon Davis

An Illustrated Analysis of Op-Ferguson

Damon Davis | August 22, 2014 | Politics
I created these political cartoons to express my feelings about the current situation in Ferguson, MO. I am a native of St. Louis, by way of East St. Louis, Illinois, a community that mirrors Ferguson in it's racial and socio-economic climate.


WATCH: What Is A 'Sexy Body'? This Remarkable Model's Photos Are Redefining That Answer

TEDTalks | August 22, 2014 | TED Weekends
What if you could choose body parts like you choose a pair of shoes? And what if these prosthetics could help you do new things and express new parts of yourself? Aimee Mullins shares what she calls the poetry of prosthetics.
Oliver Tearle

The Poetry and Prophecy of Edgar Allan Poe

Oliver Tearle | August 22, 2014 | Books
Less famous is the story behind Poe's choice of bird. There is reason to believe that Poe originally planned to have a parrot, rather than a raven, utter the refrain 'Nevermore' in the poem.


Top 10 Art and Design Bookstores Around the World

ARTPHAIRE | August 22, 2014 | Arts
For lovers of art and design, a travel itinerary should always include a good bookstore among its listings of local museums and art galleries. After all, a great bookstore is often a destination unto itself. Here are of ten of the most sensational bookstores for art and design around the world.
Olena Kagui

100th Anniversary of WWI - DOX Front Line Exhibition (PHOTOS)

Olena Kagui | August 22, 2014 | Arts
"In 1914 the Great War began... and has lasted ever since." This quote can be found at the DOX Center for Contemporary Art in Prague the capital of the 'heart of Europe.'
George Heymont


Dearly Beloved

George Heymont | August 22, 2014 | Arts
It's tempting to paraphrase George Orwell by stating that "All artists are equal, but some artists are more equal than others."
Jaime Lubin


Happiness From Within: 'Love Is Strange' Actress Tank Burt on Intimate Filmmaking and Following Your Bliss

Jaime Lubin | August 21, 2014 | Entertainment
Tank Burt is no stranger to the intimacy of the unsaid. As a director she's been honing her craft with shorts like Skateboard, Skateboard, a coming-of-age story told virtually without dialogue, and now she's made her feature debut as an actress.
Paul R. Byrne


The New Pornographers Are Back With Brill Bruisers

Paul R. Byrne | August 21, 2014 | Entertainment
Brill Bruisers sounds broad and warm, wrapping from ear to ear and giving shine to 13 songs that experiment with new sounds and instruments -- some of which are jarringly unfamiliar even after several listens.
Illya Szilak


Review: Reading Writing Interfaces: From the Digital to the Bookbound

Illya Szilak | August 21, 2014 | Books
In her valuable new book, Reading Writing Interfaces: from the Digital to the Bookbound, Lori Emerson asks us to reconsider the inevitability and desirability of the "invisible" computer interface.
Francis Levy


A Most Wanted Man

Francis Levy | August 21, 2014 | Arts
A Most Wanted Man is adapted from the John Le Carre novel and it's almost impossible to parse the numerous moral dilemmas that the movie poses amidst the fog of smoke.
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