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by Carola Lott in Arts & Music
Sat Mar 21st, 2015

The winter exhibition at the Morrison Gallery in Kent shows paintings by Vincent Inconiglios and sculptures by Insun Kim and Leah Durner.
Inconiglios’s three large paintings in acrylic on...

by Carola Lott in Arts & Music
Sat Mar 21st, 2015

Twenty-five years ago Fran, daughter of manager Frank Mullins of the Poughkeepsie Pioneers, was brutally murdered. There can have been no doubt about it. After all, shortly after she was...

by Arvolyn Hill in Arts & Music
Wed Mar 18th, 2015

Over the course of five days Piers 92 and 94 are divided into hundreds of galleries housing one of the world’s top art shows. Galleries come from around the world...

by Stephen Kaye in Arts & Music
Tue Mar 17th, 2015

The English National Opera’s production of “The Indian Queen,” directed by Peter Sellars, opened at London’s Coliseum Theater to mixed- to scathing reviews.  Most of these reviews singled out the...

by Kevin T. McEneaney in Arts & Music
Tue Mar 17th, 2015

Despite the tremendous advances of science over the past hundred years, our mythology parallels the nearly three-thousand-year-old story of creation found in the Book of Genesis. Recent calculations regarding the...

by Stephen Kaye in Arts & Music
Tue Mar 17th, 2015

Miller Theater at Columbia University continues its series devoted to the music of one contemporary composer with Thursday night’s (March 5) performance of music by Augusta Read Thomas, one of...

by Carola Lott in Arts & Music
Mon Mar 16th, 2015

To be considered for the Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center’s winter exhibition, “Large-Scale Paintings from the Permanent Collection,” each work had to be at least five feet high or wide....

by Carola Lott in Arts & Music
Mon Mar 16th, 2015

Many people—himself included—believed that Frank Lloyd Wright was one of the best architects of the twentieth century, if not of any age. 
History itself has confirmed that assessment. In...

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