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New York, April 17, 2013 — The American Academy of Arts and Letters announced today the recipients of its 2013 architecture awards.
Enigmatic Bodies: Dolls and the Making of Japanese Modernity by PhD Student Marguerite V. Hodge for the
"...Few artists have kept as many balls in the air as long as Faith Ringgold.
Her paintings read as attempts to rescue these sufferers from the oblivion of history, exalting them without at all diminishing the hardness that characterized their lives.
“The devices draw heavily on aspects of industrial automation, robotics and mechanical tools and devices, focusing on the eroticism of interaction with machine,” writes Stay Strange curator Sam
Spoken word artist, film director, author, and professor Kip Fulbeck was present at the Wing Luke Annual Dinner and Auction as a special guest, signing copies of his fourth book, “Mixed”
What's the truth? That's the initial premise of "Camelia la Tejana," a story told in Gabriela Ortiz's often electrifying opera, with a libretto by her brother Rubén Ortiz Torres
KQED’s Cy Musiker has this story about Liu and the sources of her inspiration.
The man-teen routine is more than an act: It’s the recipe for how he’s become one of America’s newest and youngest billionaires.
Eclecticism is always an admirable virtue on a live bill, and such was on full display at The Acheron...the most fascinating performance of the evening was definitely Author & Punisher.