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El relato de Horacio en los oídos de fanáticos de los Beatles

Sería un buen nombre para una banda indie.

Un día me desperté con ganas de hacer todo mal. Así que, faltando a compromisos, partí a la ciudad. 845 more words

Nueva York

Richard Faralla

Richard Faralla (1916-1996) “B IV”, wood construction, 11.5 x 22 x 5.5 inches, c 1964; & “Duncan Mills”, wood construction (with glass), 4 x 6.5 inches (at longest point), 1969. 318 more words

Legion Of Honor

The Art of the Book, special gifts any time of year, with Doug Flamm of Gagosian Bookshop

THE PUBLICATION OF THE GUTENBERG BIBLE IN 1455 PRODUCED THE FIRST COMPLETE EXTANT BOOK KNOWN IN WESTERN CULTURE PRINTED BY USING MASS-PRODUCED MOVABLE METAL TYPE. TODAY, BOOKS ARE AVAILABLE IN MANY FORMS, BOTH PHYSICAL AND DIGITAL, ON KINDLE OR ANY NUMBER OF TABLETS AND e-READERS. 375 more words

MPA: RED IN VIEW at Whitney Museum of American Art, through February 27, 2017

“Since relocating to the California desert in 2013, artist MPA (b. 1980; Redding, CA) has been immersed in a multi-year inquiry into the future colonization of Mars, often known as the red planet. 255 more words

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A Visit to the Whitney Museum of American Art

The Whitney Museum of American Art was borne out of sculptor Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney’s advocacy on behalf of living American artists. At the beginning of the twentieth century, artists with new ideas found it nearly impossible to exhibit or sell their work in the United States. 1,064 more words

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Marcel Breuer - the last modernist

There is an arresting photograph of Marcel Breuer sitting in the upper-floor of the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York. It is 1967, a year after his building has opened and Breuer, dressed in a smart suit, and in an armchair with his back to one of the museum’s signature trapezoid windows, looks as if he is explaining something – perhaps trying to justify something. 787 more words

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