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  • Plants, fireworks, schedule: Letters

    Plants, fireworks, schedule: Letters
    Right plants, right place Regarding the article "Legal fights drag on over Florida-friendly landscapes" in Sunday's Sentinel: With growth predicted to double Central Florida's population in the next two decades, it's immensely important that we...
  • Dasha Shishkin's dive into decadence

    Dasha Shishkin's dive into decadence
    An enthralling lawlessness reigns in Dasha Shishkin's world. Body parts distend and multiply, leapfrogging over boundaries of gender and species. Space collapses into prismatic fluidity, and scale is a free-for-all. As for narrative coherence, well ......
  • Lucas Museum hires Don Bacigalupi as president

    Lucas Museum hires Don Bacigalupi as president
    Don Bacigalupi is going from helping one billionaire debut an art museum to another. Billionaire "Star Wars" creator George Lucas said Monday he has chosen Bacigalupi, president of billionaire Alice Walton's Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, as...
  • Blame the panda cam: Why Art F City made a naked-artist panda calendar

    Blame the panda cam: Why Art F City made a naked-artist panda calendar
    Pandas. Artists. Nudity. Sometimes, something is so wrong, it oughta be right. New York-based art blog Art F City (AFC) gathers this perfect trifecta of absurdity into a handy tool the art world can use all year long: the first-ever naked-artist panda...
  • Isabella Rossellini talks beauty, the arts and sex in the animal kingdom

    After 14 years as the face of Lancome, model and actress Isabella Rossellini, has crawled into her snail shell, mouse suit and various other costumes to perform "Green Porno," her one-woman show about the sex lives of animals. A show that straddles the...
  • Rafaël Rozendaal's playful, poetic artworks come with a paradox

    In a thoroughly delightful exhibition at Steve Turner Contemporary, Rafaël Rozendaal mixes high art with the irreverence of pop culture in two technologically savvy bodies of work. The first is a group of lenticular images, a printing technique...
  • Arts news around the Lehigh Valley

    PUBLIC MURAL IN EASTON A public mural, "Above the Curve," has been completed in Easton on the side of a building owned by Lauter's Fine Furniture at North Sitgreaves and Church streets. The mural was painted by Tom D'Angelo, Mike Cabreza and Joseph...
  • Palm Springs Art Museum names Elizabeth Armstrong as new director

    Palm Springs Art Museum names Elizabeth Armstrong as new director
    A familiar face in the Southern California museum world will soon be returning to the area. Elizabeth Armstrong has been named the new executive director of the Palm Springs Art Museum, leaders announced on Friday. Armstrong, who will begin her new...
  • Mass MoCA signs prominent artists for major expansion

    Mass MoCA signs prominent artists for major expansion
    The Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art will team up with several prominent artists as part of the final phase of its expansion, which is expected to make the institution one of the largest contemporary art museums in the country in terms of square...
  • Should the minimum wage apply to the arts?

    Should the minimum wage apply to the arts?
    Outgoing Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn has said he wants to push through an increase in the minimum wage for the state of Illinois — from the current $8.25 an hour to $10 an hour — before he leaves office. With certain significant conditions, the...
  • Getty's newly acquired $65-million Manet, 'Spring,' to go on view Nov. 25

    Getty's newly acquired $65-million Manet, 'Spring,' to go on view Nov. 25
    The J. Paul Getty Museum’s newest acquisition, an 1881 Édouard Manet painting for which the museum paid more than $65 million, will go on view on Nov. 25. The painting, “Spring (Le Printemps),” will hang with other Impressionist and...