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Edward Hopper

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  • Tastemakers

    Tastemakers
    Urban gentrification—New York’s SoHo is the classic example—tends to follow a pattern: Artists in search of cheap space move into a moribund area, galleries and cognoscenti follow, and soon a once dilapidated district has wide-ranging cachet. This, in a...
  • Best visual arts bet: 'Auspicious Vision' at the Mennello

    WHAT: Take a look back at the history of American modern art through the lens of a tireless collector in the Mennello Museum's showing of "Auspicious Vision: Edward Wales Root and American Modernism." Drawn from works donated by Root to the Munson-...
  • Framing Toledo

    We came for the art and stayed for the . . . art. Wife Juju asked at our downtown hotel--the Radisson on Summit Street--if she could find anywhere to shop nearby. It was late. A desk clerk, a porter and a security guard happened to be standing around and...
  • The Art Institute of Chicago

    The Art Institute of Chicago
    On this date, five civic leaders incorporated the Chicago Academy of Fine Arts, descendant of the Chicago Academy of Design, which had sprung up in 1866 and had mounted several exhibitions before the Chicago Fire claimed it. Thus, in 1882, when the...
  • Pack of liars

    The Reserve By Russell Banks Harper, 287 pages, $24.95 In summer 1898, philosopher William James climbed Mt. Marcy, highest peak in the Adirondacks and a geographic locus of Russell Banks' new novel, "The Reserve." Writing to his wife of his trip in...
  • Unsettling landscape

    Beneath the Roses Photos by Gregory Crewdson, essay by Russell Banks Abrams, 140 pages, $60 Norman Rockwell brought us a singular vision of small-town America, as did Edward Hopper. Now photographer Gregory Crewdson has created a new, uniquely...
  • Of Turp's, Diablita Cantina and other restaurant things

     
    I was bad this week about linking to stories in the print edition. There were just too many other things to talk about. I only just got around to reading Other Reviewer Richard's review of Turp's in Mount Vernon, mainly......
  • Art review: 'Millard Sheets: The Early Years (1926-1944)' at Pasadena Museum of California Art

     
    Anyone who has driven around Los Angeles in the last 50 years knows Millard Sheets' art, even if they don't know his name. For Home Savings of America, he designed the distinctive white marble branch banks and their artistic decorations,......
  • Appleton Museum is a hidden gem in Ocala

     
    Ocala is famous for the picturesque horse farms that have made it a world-class equestrian hub, but it was a less heralded gem that inspired my recent Marion County road trip. Nestled into an unlikely strip of businesses and tourist attractions such as...
  • Monster Mash: Alan Cumming leaves 'Spider-Man'; Babani's sweet success; diva undaunted by volcano

     
    Goodbye, Green Goblin: Alan Cumming has withdrawn from the long-delayed Broadway musical "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark" because of scheduling conflicts -- the same reason that prompted actress Evan Rachel Wood to leave the show in March. (Entertainment...
  • Dance review: Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet at UCLA's Royce Hall

     
    It was as if a colony of lonely, remote Edward Hopper figures had come to life, all twitchy, slithery and hauntingly beautiful. Welcome to the universe of Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui, the Flemish-Moroccan choreographer whose “Orbo Novo” (New World) was...