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Conversations about Sculpture

“The rhythm of the body moving through space has been the motivating source of most of my work.”—Richard Serra Drawn from talks between celebrated artist Richard Serra and acclaimed art historian Hal Foster held over a fifteen-year period, this volume offers revelations into Serra’s prolific six-decade career and the ideas that have informed his working practice. Conversations about Sculpture is both an intimate look at Serra’s life and work, with candid reflections on personal moments of discovery, […]

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The Passionate Affair of Lady Nelson

Lady Nelson, the wife of Lord Horatio Nelson has been deserted by her husband and finds herself alone and unprotected in Blackheath where she is a guest of the Princess of Wales, Caroline of Brunswick. Caroline has been banished to Blackheath by the Prince of Wales, having reunited with his first wife, the beautiful Catholic Mrs Fitzherbert. Lady Nelson attends the New Year’s Ball hosted by the Princess of Wales at Heath House where she meets once […]

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Ai Weiwei

“Internationally renowned Chinese artist and activist Ai Weiwei (b. 1957) transformed over 300 sites across New York City into a compelling, ambitious public art exhibition concerned with the global refugee and migration crises. Good Fences Make Good Neighbors (on view from October 2017 to February 2018) consisted of immersive large-scale sculptures for city monuments, fences on building facades and bus stops, and portraits of refugees and immigrants displayed on outdoor banners. This publication documents the extraordinary project […]

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Join the Future

Since the dawn of the 1990s, British dance music has been in thrall to the seductive power of weighty sub-bass. It is a key ingredient in a string of British-pioneered genres, including hardcore, jungle, drum & bass, dubstep, UK garage and grime. In Join The Future, dance music journalist Matt Anniss traces the roots, origins, development and legacy of the sound that started it all: the first distinctively British form of electronic dance music, bleep techno. A […]

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A Weekend in New York

What are you feeling so anxious about? I’m the guy who has to go out there and lose.’ ‘That’s what I don’t like. That’s what you don’t realise. It’s harder on the rest of us.’ ‘I’m sure it must be, ‘ he said. Tolstoy claimed: ‘All happy families are alike; each unhappy family is unhappy in its own way’. But what if the happy families are actually the most unusual of all? Paul Essinger is a mid-ranking […]

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Christmas Time – Expectation vs Reality (Haschak Sisters)

Hi guys! Christmas is our FAVORITE time of year! But with every holiday, sometimes our expectations are not exactly the reality! As you can see…the struggle is real! 🙂 New to our channel? Our names are Madison, Gracie, Sierra and Olivia and together we are the Haschak Sisters! We have been dancing all of our lives and LOVE music! We just started this YouTube channel and hope you’ll join us on our journey! We love meeting new […]

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Join the Future

Since the dawn of the 1990s, British dance music has been in thrall to the seductive power of weighty sub-bass. It is a key ingredient in a string of British-pioneered genres, including hardcore, jungle, drum & bass, dubstep, UK garage and grime. In Join The Future, dance music journalist Matt Anniss traces the roots, origins, development and legacy of the sound that started it all: the first distinctively British form of electronic dance music, bleep techno. A […]

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Christmas Time

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Kaws

Appropriating characters, images and effects from pop culture, the work of KAWS blurs the lines between high and low art, and between art and fashion. Effectively deploying film and television favorites for his toys, large-scale sculpture and bold, nearly abstract painting, KAWS recasts the familiar colours and forms of popular entertainment in cheeky and often poignantly human terms. Influenced by Andy Warhol and other Pop artists, hard-edge abstract painting and graffiti, KAWS’ work deftly straddles consumer culture […]

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Kaws

Appropriating characters, images and effects from pop culture, the work of KAWS blurs the lines between high and low art, and between art and fashion. Effectively deploying film and television favorites for his toys, large-scale sculpture and bold, nearly abstract painting, KAWS recasts the familiar colours and forms of popular entertainment in cheeky and often poignantly human terms. Influenced by Andy Warhol and other Pop artists, hard-edge abstract painting and graffiti, KAWS’ work deftly straddles consumer culture […]

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