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  • Center for Film Studies at Wesleyan University in Middletown Presents Two Matthew Barney Films

    Center for Film Studies at Wesleyan University in Middletown Presents Two Matthew Barney Films
    Film nerds rejoice: Yale grad Matthew Barney, who won the Guggenheim Museum's first Hugo Boss Award, appears in his own experimental films in a variety of guises. Wesleyan's Center For Film Studies presents two of Barney's films — Cremaster 4 (1994)...
  • Best Of 2011: Jake Cline

    Best Of 2011: Jake Cline
    The best damn dog of all time. 1. Swamplandia! by Karen Russell “Our mother performed in starlight,” reads the opening sentence of Karen Russell’s first novel, and it’s no exaggeration to say the Miami-born writer does the same....
  • Frank Lloyd Wright's first house

    Frank Lloyd Wright's first house
    His employer had just given him a five-year contract, and yet, already supremely self-confident at the age of 22, Frank Lloyd Wright wanted more. "Mr. Sullivan," he said, "if you want me to work for you as long as five years, couldn't you lend me enough...
  • Abu Dhabi's fortune favors the bold

    Abu Dhabi's fortune favors the bold
    The longstanding sibling rivalry between the two biggest members of the United Arab Emirates, always complex, has taken a remarkable turn in recent months. For years, as its neighbor on the Persian Gulf, Dubai, engaged in a frenzy of construction and...
  • Farewell, my lovely

    Farewell, my lovely
    IT seems Miuccia Prada has overdosed on pretty clothes. Backstage Tuesday night, she said that her fall show was about "fake classics." And she admitted to purposefully making the most luxurious materials — alpaca, silk and leather — look,...
  • Centre Pompidou Foundation: L.A.'s French connection

    Centre Pompidou Foundation: L.A.'s French connection
    The Pompidou Center is a magnet for students, tourists and arts aficionados in central Paris, housing the National Museum of Modern Art, a public library and performance spaces in an inside-out building with mechanical systems encased in giant red, blue...
  • Sydney Pollack, 73; Oscar-winning director and producer

    Sydney Pollack, 73; Oscar-winning director and producer
    Sydney Pollack, the Academy Award-winning director of "Out of Africa" who achieved acclaim making popular, mainstream movies with A-list stars, including "The Way We Were" and "Tootsie," died Monday. He was 73. Pollack, who also was a producer and actor,...
  • Coosje van Bruggen dies at 66; art historian made sculptures with husband Claes Oldenburg

    Coosje van Bruggen dies at 66; art historian made sculptures with husband Claes Oldenburg
    Coosje van Bruggen -- an art historian, writer and curator whose professional partnership with her husband, artist Claes Oldenburg, turned ordinary objects into startling monuments around the world -- died Saturday at her Los Angeles residence. She was 66...
  • PASSINGS

    Anna Manahan Irish actress won a Tony Anna Manahan, 84, a leading Irish actress who won a Tony Award in 1998 for her role as the nasty mother Mag in "The Beauty Queen of Leenane" on Broadway, died Sunday in her hometown of Waterford, Ireland, after a...
  • Charles Gwathmey dies at 71; architect known for modernist home designs

    Charles Gwathmey, an architect known for his influential modernist home designs and famous clients, has died. He was 71. Gwathmey died of cancer Monday in Manhattan, said his stepson, Eric Steel. The architect formed the firm of Gwathmey Siegel &...
  • 'Frank Lloyd Wright in Pop-Up' by Roland Lewis

    'Frank Lloyd Wright in Pop-Up' by Roland Lewis
    To open a book and have the Guggenheim Museum curve out at your fingertips isn't quite as breathtaking as visiting the real thing in New York, but it's not a bad substitute. And the other fold-outs in Roland Lewis' oversize " Frank Lloyd Wright in Pop-Up"...