Monthly Archives: November 2021

“There’s No Place Like Home” reflects the diverse work of artists

A dozen artists approach the concept of home in various and sometimes surprising ways in the Brandt-Roberts Galleries of the Far North. For the second time, and following the first themed exhibition in 2019, artists – all living in Ohio or with ties to the state – created 25 new …

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Former yakuza, current pastor, analyzes 10 Hollywood scenes from yakuza for realism

Former yakuza and current pastor Tatsuya Shindo analyzes 10 performances of yakuza in film and television and rates them for their accuracy. Tatsuya Shindo, current pastor and 15-year-old former yakuza, analyzed and rated the realism of some representations of yakuza in 10 movies and TV shows. The Yakuza are members …

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What’s the weird way and what does it mean for the sequel?

Franck Herbert‘s Dune the universe as well as Denis VilleneuveThe 2021 adaptation is packed with intense melee combat. Due to the advent of Holtzman shield technology, high speed projectiles are repelled, justifying the need for the return of close range weapons and techniques. This is seen prominently in the fencing …

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The Art Angle Podcast Re-Air: How High Tech Van Gogh Became the Greatest Art Phenomenon of All Time

Welcome to Art Angle, an Artnet News podcast that explores the places where the art world meets the real world, bringing each week’s biggest story to earth. Join us each week for an in-depth look at what matters most about museums, the art market and more with input from our …

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The battle for “Beloved” should remind us why we read literature at all

I’ve read some of my favorite books in the press lately. “Beloved” and “The Bluest Eye”, two classics from the late Nobel Prize winner Toni Morrison. August Wilson’s play “Fences”. The list goes on. But these works are not legitimately celebrated. Instead, they’re used as political clubs by conservative activists …

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Van Cleef & Arpels and The Australian Ballet raise the curtain on a new era of dance with Bodytorque Digital

Hallberg says VC’s involvement&A gives Bodytorque validity. “They have such a history with dancing, I mean they argued [George] Balanchine when he created Jewels so many years ago, and they continued to support the dance. Bodytorque Digital opens the platform in a wider capacity. I think it’s a good kind …

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What to see and do outside of Paris

Cycling at the Château de Chambord Want to discover the sites of the Paris region? Food museums, hot air balloon rides and garden festivals are just a few of the attractions on offer. Related articles: Day trips from Paris: Champagne region, artists’ villages and moreWhere to stay and eat outside …

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Iran and the United States: a new deal?

Iran and the United States: a new deal? In Europe and the United States there was a tradition of pragmatic and often severely realistic political art. It dated back at least as far as the 5th century BC Greek historian Thucydides. must. Its purpose was to dispel any illusion that …

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Etel Adnan, poet, writer and visual artist

Etel Adnan, a writer and artist who described herself as an “artisan of beauty and truth” has died at the age of 96. In 2014, the artist received the Chevalier des Arts et des Lettres in France. The same year, his work was exhibited at the Whitney Biennial in New …

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“House of Gucci”: so maybe Prada the devil should not wear

Adam Driver, Jeremy Irons, Al Pacino, Jared Leto, Jack Huston – it’s quite a cast – they too play Italians and speak English with Italian accents on the stage. It’s true that Hollywood realism has its limits, especially in the crowd-pleasing and chic and popping ‘House of Gucci’ genre. But …

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