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Emotions run high in the gripping work of Seraphine Pick 'Coat Hanger' by Seraphine Pick. Photo / Natalie Slade In her prolific career Seraphine Pick's art has developed through a number of styles, although all of them in some measure have been
It was a week of highs and lows, with the national side's Wembley triumph overshadowed by the discovery of the body of a murdered 14-year-old girl. On Monday afternoon the schoolgirl was found dead in the Eichwalde forest just outside Berlin. The
I could happily live in this space for the rest of my life," says Louis Schmidt, an Illinois native and the inaugural artist-in-residence at Watershed, a residency that artist Nina Mayer has begun in Watertown, 45 minutes east of Nashville. Watershed
Scottish pianist Steven Osborne is missing his family on this four-week tour down under, but "it's a great job and a privilege to get paid to play this amazing music". Next week, Osborne gives us Manuel de Falla with the Auckland Philharmonia
The German government says it is helping Bavarian prosecutors investigate a huge art find related to pieces seized by the Nazis from Jews and art that the Nazis considered "degenerate." Focus magazine reported Sunday that about 1,500 works by such
Among other things, her groundbreaking work led to last week's record fine in a dark-money case from the 2012 election. But her pursuit of transparency in elections also is badly needed in Washington...The case settled last week with a record $16
World War I National Portrait Gallery show announced Works on display will range from Torso in Metal by Sir Jacob Epstein to Wilfred Owen by John Gunston The centenary of World War I is to be marked in a National Portrait Gallery show of paintings,
For almost a century, European and American styles of modern dance have followed different paths. Ever since the early 20th-century heyday of Mary Wigman and Kurt Jooss, Europeans have been interested in combining dance with theater in daring ways.
Crews are wrapping up work on the newest project in whats likely to be one of the more heavily populated areas of midtown Sacramento in a few years. On Wednesday, officials with the Capitol Area Development Authority, Ravel Rasmussen Properties and
An impressive exhibition entitled Masterpieces from the Albertina Batliner Collection has just opened in the Nikolaevsky Hall of the State Hermitage Museum, with 55 works of art made by the leading lights of Western European Art in the 20th century.