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For Your Consideration: Dec. 19, 2014

Earlier this week, the U.S. government announced that it would resume diplomatic relations with Cuba, ending over half a century of Cold War-inspired isolation. It’s a momentous occasion – and one that has been unfortunately drowned out, in entertainment circles at least, by the ongoing saga of Sony’s “The Interview.” That’s a topic that we can’t even begin to cover in an FYC, but something we can do is celebrate a movement towards peace and constructive engagement between Washington and Havana. 512 more words

For Your Consideration

1986: Eric Fischl

New House, 1982.

Saviour Mother, Save Your Love(r), 1984, Houston, Contemporary Arts Museum.

The Bed, The Chair, Dancing, Watching. 1991

he Old Man’s Boat and the Old Man’s Dog, 1982, London, Saatchi Collection. 742 more words

20th Century

Artistic Moment Of The Week: Hannah Rothstein's Meals

San Francisco-based artist Hannah Rothstein decided to create meals in the styles of famous artists.

andy warhol

georges seurat

jackson pollock

julian schnabel

René Magritte… 9 more words

Art & Design

Bye Bye, Breuer Building: The Whitney Bids Adieu to the UES with a Going Away Gala

When the Whitney opened in 1966, Ada Louise Huxtable filed a column in The Times reviewing the design of its building. “At the moment, the most disliked building in New York is undoubtedly the Whitney Museum,” she wrote. 726 more words

MR TURNER, Mike Leigh

Stellen Sie sich vor: Sie haben soeben drei Wochen lang damit verbracht, geradezu besessen akribisch ein Picasso Gemälde nachzumalen. Sie haben jedes kleinste Detail über den kreativen Prozess dieses genialen Künstlers recherchiert, Sie haben seine Pinselführung einstudiert, seine Haltung, jeden Farbtupfer in einen Gedankenstrich verwandelt, und wohl niemand könnte auf den ersten Blick sagen, das wäre nun nicht das Original „Guernica“ – oder Sie nicht der echte Pablo. 1,140 more words

As Been On Screen

Flash Movie Review: Miral

For some people the loud sirens entice them like the same named creatures from Greek mythology. Drivers slow down in anticipation of witnessing a car crash. 436 more words


Art World Abstracts: Julian Schnabel Has Finally Painted Bob Colacello, and More!

Julian Schnabel painted a picture of former Interview editor, current Vanity Fair scribe, and eternal man about town Bob Colacello, and Vito Schnabel unveiled it Monday night. 293 more words

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