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The First Snow of the Year (and Winter as Art at the AIC)

It’s snowing! It’s the first snow of the year, and, though it’s hardly enough to go skiing, it’s enough to coat the world in fresh white, making it pristine and lacy and lovely. 2,298 more words

Wednesday, November 18th

More from the composer we heard Monday.

Georg Friedrich Haas (1953-), I Can’t Breathe (In Memoriam Eric Garner) (2014); Marco Blaauw (trumpet), live, Germany (Cologne), 2015… 24 more words


Sunday, November 15th

More Mahalia.

Mahalia Jackson (1911-1972), “I’ve Been ‘Buked and I’ve Been Scorned,” live, Washington, D.C., 1963 (March on Washington)



art beat: other day, Art Institute of Chicago… 13 more words

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Old Photographs

  This is a photograph by Alfred Stieglitz taken in 1884.  A Vintage Photo.  Just one of many for sale by a professional firm located on Bainbridge Island here in Seattle. 33 more words


Tuesday, November 10th

One-word review: Wow!

Nicole Mitchell’s Sonic Projections (NM, flute; David Boykin, tenor saxophone; Craig Taborn, piano; Chad Taylor, drums), live, New York, 2014


lagniappe… 24 more words

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Who Were They? The Truth Behind Stieglitz’s Iconic Photograph 'The Steerage' Revealed

Everything you think you know about one of the most famous photographs in history is wrong.

Alfred Stieglitz’s 1907 The Steerage is famous around the world as perhaps the classic representation of the 20th-century immigrant arriving in America from Europe for the first time. 954 more words

Lluvias de primavera // Spring showers (by Alfred Stieglitz, 1900)

“Tengo una visión de la vida, y trato de encontrar equivalentes para ello en forma de fotografías.” – Alfred Stieglitz


“I have a vision of life, and I try to find equivalents for it in the form of photographs.” – Alfred Stieglitz