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Sawn in Three


Appearing to lie discarded on the top floor of the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam is a large sculpture of a saw. Made by the Pop artist Claes Oldenburg in 1971, the work is divided into three pieces. 344 more words

Diagnosing the Lackluster Run Defense

The Vikings have one of the best front-sevens in the NFL (including the best nose tackle and 4-3 OLB in the league) and even have two safeties who can play in the box. 1,369 more words

2016 Vikings Position Battles: Interior Defensive Line

The defensive interior is perhaps one of the most under appreciated positions in football. While edge rushers are racking up sacks and linebackers are racking up tackles, defensive tackles go relatively unnoticed. 964 more words

Lost Advertisements--American Giants at Dyckman Oval

An advertisement for the final day of Rube Foster and the Chicago American Giants’ 1919 barnstorming tour of the East Coast–an August 24 doubleheader against Guy Empey’s Treat ‘Em Rough at Dyckman Oval… 358 more words

Earth, Air, Water and Fire


Hidden away within a corner of Yorkshire Sculpture Park is a work that harnesses the classical elements of earth, air, water, and fire.  257 more words

Anne and Chuck play Duos!

  • June 4th 7:30pm  
  • Third Life Studios
  • 33 Union Square, Somerville, MA
  • Suggested admission $10

Works by Scelsi, Jolivet, Kerekes, Kirsten and Johnson.

Anne Dearth (making her Boston debut!) and Chuck Furlong are presenting an evening of modern works for flute and clarinet, interspersed with the Counting Duets by Tom Johnson. 206 more words


Tracing the Deer: Britain's Earliest Art


Look at the photographs below, what do you see?

Carved in to a rock, the letters PM are visible, together with a date, 1940, but there is something more. 398 more words