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Juilan Schnabel

HBO had this series on young artists being given the opportunity to learn from leading figures.  This episode is about Julian Schnabel tutoring 18-year-old students about how he approaches art and how they might deal with their development as artists. 6 more words

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Artist Lola Schnabel

At the moment, I am re-discovering Julian Schnabel.  I found this nice profile video on his daughter, Lola Schnabel.

Chris Erskine

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Autoepitaph

Now available! Autoepitaph: Selected Poems

by Reinaldo Arenas, Edited by Camelly Cruz-Martes, Translated by Kelly Washbourne

Reinaldo Arenas (1943–1990), one of the most famous expatriate Cuban writers, is widely known for his novels and his autobiography, … 85 more words

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Brant Foundation Partners with Free Arts NYC to Give 100 Homeless Kids a Tour of the Dan Colen Exhibition

Most of the children involved with the Department of Homeless Services have surely never imagined a place like the Brant Foundation Art Study Center in Greenwich, Connecticut, the massive estate that contains a barn-turned-art museum, a lush green polo field, and masterful sculptures dotting the property—not to mention the Jeff Koons… 431 more words

Book Party Reviews Reviews: David Shapiro’s Debut Novel Hits Close to Home

“Hey man! How are you? What’s up? Do you want a cigarette?” said the writer David Shapiro (not his real name) outside of his book party at the powerHouse Arena in Dumbo. 893 more words

Sally Crawford. The Crawford Art Review

Sally Crawford has written some superb reviews of exhibitions in London, including Jim Lambie at Sadie Coles and Julian Schnabel at the Dairy Arts Centre.

http://www.thecrawfordartsreview.com/

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An M. Wells in the Sky: MoMA PS1 Opens a Boozy New Outpost of the Beloved Restaurant on the Roof

M. Wells Dinette, the stellar eatery at MoMA PS1, occupies the old cafeteria at the former school, and evokes universal childhood memories: waiting in line patiently, tray in hand, listening to the cafeteria ladies, generally following the rules. 244 more words

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