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Autumn--in Paris--Is For Remembrance
Paris writer and former NPR correspondent
Hats, Apples, Umbrellas, A Pipe That Is Not A Pipe: Magritte, The Magician Of Art.
Born in France, immigrated to the USA / Features and Travel Wr...
(R)evolution in Berlin: Colette's New DO Rides the Surfgeist
Lisa Paul Streitfeld
Kulturindustrie theorist and Web 3.0 Philosopher
This endlessly-copied artist knows no bounds of time or space. Colette was born in North Africa to mixed ancestry, raised in France and has been characterized by social gadfly Anthony Haden-Guest as "a gauze-draped pillar of the New York art world."
Chicago Showdown: Facing Up to Magritte
Author, reviewer, and blogger
Faith And John Hubley's Socially-Conscious Animated Films Screening At The Museum of Modern Art's 11th International Festival of Film Preservation (Huffington Post Exclusive VIDEO)
Manhattan Sheep Find Greener Grass in Chelsea
Jaime Rojo & Steven Harrington
How Artists Survive
Artist, Director, Venice Institute of Contemporary Art
Artists' lives, and they way they survive, are as important as their work, because their work is the result. We get to see the work, and we can feel the life.
Which Famous Surrealist Made Commercial Posters On The Side?
PHOTOS: This Is Not René Magritte's Birthday
Artificial Coolness and Similitude: Thomas Demand's
La Carte D'Apres Nature
at Matthew Marks and Peter Eleey's September 11 at PS1
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QUIZ: Who Painted That Pup?
A City Awash in Art, Beer and Chocolate
Art Critic, KCRW 89.9 FM
I just returned from a short trip to Belgium, my first time there, and let me tell you, it couldn't be more adventurous, intoxicating and sweet. And I mean it literally.
Magritte Painting Stolen By Armed Thieves In Daylight Raid
Culture Zohn: Lisa Anne Auerbach and Jenny Holzer: Art Meets Politics Over Words
Culture Columnist, CultureZohn,
Holzer and Auerbach are not content to stay silent. On our behalf, they cajole, incriminate and put in relief some of the most pressing issues of the day.
Artist As Second Career: The Wild World Of Kathy Taslitz
I am fascinated by artists who find themselves and their art careers later in life. Unlike, say, mathematicians and scientists who allegedly peak before 30, artists tend to mature and get better with age like a fine wine
$5 Billion Of Masterpiece Art Locked Away In Iran
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