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Review: In ‘To Leslie,' an Unflinching Working-Class Elegy

6 hours ago   |   NY Times

The small-budget indie is a complex portrait of the ways that trauma and addiction haunt an alcoholic mother, and her family, in the South.
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Chelsea Building, New York City

Chelsea Building, New York City

12 hours ago   |   New York Painter

"Chelsea Fire Escapes" Acrylic 14x14" Click for Info Lately I am working with old paintings that were started but never finished. In this case I barely got the painting going...
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Ronald Searle - part 8

Ronald Searle - part 8

20 hours ago   |   Poul Webb

The son of a railwayman, Ronald Searle was born in Cambridge on 3 March 1920, and educated in the town at the Boys' Central School. He started work as a solicitor's clerk, and...
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Street Artist Blu Protests the Valencia Port Expansion with a Tumultuous Battle Between Nature and Guards

Street Artist Blu Protests the Valencia Port Expansion with a Tumultuous Battle Between Nature and Guards

1 day ago   |   Colossal

All images © Blu, shared with permission The legendary anonymous street artist known as Blu has spent his career critiquing the ills of capitalism, the carceral system, and the...
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‘Coal Miner's Daughter': Bringing Loretta Lynn's Story to Life

1 day ago   |   NY Times

The 1976 book helped the world see the country star's remarkable resilience. The writer who worked by her side remembers his one-of-a-kind collaborator.
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Man in a grey flannel suit

Man in a grey flannel suit

1 day ago   |   Real Art

Acrylic and charcoal on canvas 24" x 24" After the man appeared I knew I wanted to call the painting "Man in a grey flannel suit" but it felt ever so slightly familiar to me so...
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NEW CLASS! pattern petite!

NEW CLASS! pattern petite!

1 day ago   |   Alisa Burke

I've got another new class that hit the shop today! Pattern Petite Launches, Monday, October 10th Now $10 UNLIMITED ACCESS/SELF PACED Head on over to the SHOP HERE for more...
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Vintage Cameras Focus on the Surveillance of Modern Life in Jeff Bartels's Uncanny Paintings

Vintage Cameras Focus on the Surveillance of Modern Life in Jeff Bartels's Uncanny Paintings

1 day ago   |   Colossal

“Surveillance Speed Graphic” (2021), oil on linen, 30 x 30 inches. All images © Jeff Bartels, shared with permission “I'm not sure it's possible to walk down a city street...
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Newsubstance Transforms an Oil Rig into One of the UK's Largest Art Installations

Newsubstance Transforms an Oil Rig into One of the UK's Largest Art Installations

1 day ago   |   Arch Daily

Courtesy of Ben Birchall NEWSUBSTANCE transforms an oil rig into a 35 meters tall public art installation in Weston-super-Mare, UK. The mega-platform features a 10- meter-high...
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The Long Game

The Long Game

1 day ago   |   The Fabuleous Fifties

Sunday Williamson Surprise. Another story that is credited to Williamspn and Mayo, but signed by neither. Although I see some evidence of Williamson's paneling, I am guessing...
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Emma Elliott presents new marble sculptures at on form 18

Emma Elliott presents new marble sculptures at on form 18

Emma Elliott is one of forty sculptors selected for on form 18, a biennial exhibition of sculpture in stone at Asthall Manor in the Cotswolds. She joins world renowned and... Read more ...

Joan Didion and the Western Spirit

The Hammer Museum won the claim on Didion's legacy, with its expansive new show on the poet of California. Read more ...

‘Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile' Review: Bopping to the Crocodile Rock

A singing, dancing reptile with charm to spare is put to meager use in this live-action musical. Read more ...

‘Complicity' Review: A Muddled MeToo Drama

A new play by Diane Davis at the New Ohio Theater addresses the topic head-on, but clumsily, our critic writes. Read more ...

Things To Do in New York: Halloween Events and Activities

Haunt the streets at Halloween parades. Dance at a “Zombie Prom.” Or find your way through a corn maze. We've got you covered on how to celebrate. Read more ...

Review: The War in Ukraine Looms Over an Orchestra's Debut

Utopia is the latest project from Teodor Currentzis, whose home ensemble has faced scrutiny over its ties to Russian state funding. Read more ...

‘Derry Girls': And Now Their Troubles Are Ended

Netflix's riotous comedy brings its coming-of-age story to a close, along with a chapter in Northern Ireland's history. Read more ...

The Facts and Fictions of Shostakovich's ‘Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk'

The 1934 opera, revived this season at the Metropolitan Opera, stoked the ire of the Soviet state, or so the story goes. But archives tell a more interesting tale. Read more ...

‘Tár' Review: A Maestro Faces the Music

Cate Blanchett stars as a world-famous conductor heading for a fall in Todd Field's chilly, timely backstage drama. Read more ...

Original Contemporary Abstract Mixed Media, Alcohol Ink Painting "OLD...

Original Contemporary Abstract Mixed Media, Alcohol Ink Painting "OLD GROWTH" by Contemporary New Orleans Artist Lou Jordan

Contemporary Abstract Mixed Media, Alcohol Ink 14"x11"x.5" Alcohol inks on glossy photo paper on Matted and Framed Read more ...

‘Piggy' Review: A Bullied Teenager Gets an Unexpected Assist

As violent as it is thoughtful, this Spanish movie dissects the webs of shame and secrecy that bullying breeds. Read more ...