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by Carola Lott in Arts & Music
Sat May 16th, 2015

On the first of May The Whitney Museum opened in its new space at 99 Gansevoort Street in the old meatpacking district. Since then the Whitney has received well-deserved accolades...

by Kevin T. McEneaney in Arts & Music
Fri May 15th, 2015

   
Where does one go for a day or weekend outing to find the cutting edge of both art and music? Mass MoCA (Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary...

by Stephen Kaye in Arts & Music
Sun May 10th, 2015

The quote I like about Christopher Wool is from an article by Richard Prince: 
“Christopher is one of the five or six every decade that got to the corner...

by By Kevin T. McEneaney in Arts & Music
Fri May 8th, 2015

On May 8 at Bard College, A Billie Holiday Tribute concert was held at Sosnoff Hall.  The evening opened with a short film of Millbrook High school students working with...

by Carola Lott in Arts & Music
Wed May 6th, 2015

Twenty two botanical photographs by Lori Adams comprise the latest exhibition at the Millbrook Library’s gallery. According to her artist’s statement, Adams’s images “are a merge of fine art photography...

Mon May 4th, 2015

Throughout May, paintings in the style of Andy Warhol by students in the third grade at Dutchess Day School can be seen at the Berkshire Hathaway Home Services gallery space...

by Kevin T. McEneaney in Arts & Music
Fri May 1st, 2015

The Bard Conservatory Orchestra provided an unusual program in its last concert of the season on May 1. Witold Lutoslawksi”s 1954 Concerto for Orchestra opened the program. This Concerto was...

by By Kevin T. McEneaney in Arts & Music
Thu Apr 23rd, 2015

The American Symphony Orchestra under the formidable baton of conductor Leon Botstein offered an unusual trilogy this past Friday evening: a nearly forgotten nineteenth century symphony, a harp concerto, and...

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