Arts + Culture

See The 20 Hottest Art World Hangouts Of 2014


By Priscilla Frank This post originally appeared on artnet News by Christie Chu With most of the world working 9–5 jobs, personal downtime is sacred, and where better to have some than in the world’s most interesting hot spots? For those visiting the US, Europe, South America, Asia, or Canada any time soon, we’ve got the lowdown on which locales ...

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Mexican surrealists Varo, Carrington lead Latin America art sale


(Reuters) – Mexican surrealists Remedios Varo and Leonora Carrington led Latin American art sales in New York, which also set a world auction record for the work of Colombian Fernando Botero. Varo’s 1960 “Hacia la Torre,” (Towards the Tower) fetched $4.31 million and Carrington’s 1945 “The Temptation of Saint Anthony” sold for $2.63 million on Monday evening at Sotheby’s. “There was ...

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Cara Delevingne & Pharrell Williams team up for Chanel


By Anakin Pharrell Williams and Cara Delevingne have joined forces to star in a new Chanel short film entitled Reincarnation, directed by Karl Lagerfeld. To celebrate its Métiers d’Art show going down next week in Salzburg, Chanel is putting out Reincarnation, a short film dedicated to the collection, featuring PHARRELL WILLIAMS and CARA DELEVINGNE. In the clip, Cara is all dressed up in ...

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Art Monaco | Exclusive Art Fair 2015 | For Immediate Release

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opus eventi news letter Where art meets GLAMOUR…! Specializing in producing and managing events from every angle of both entertainment and artistic industries, Opus Eventi caters its esteemed services to English, Hispanic and French markets from every corner of the globe. It focuses on the production, management and coordination of large-scale events in the world of visual and performing arts. ...

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Miami’s Getting Another Arts Center, Complete With Starchitect Design


By Matthew Westphal A new Miami Beach arts center designed by Rem Koolhaas is to open in December 2015, its founder, Alan Faena, is set to announce. Called Faena Forum, the 50,000-square-foot institution, at 32nd Street and Collins Avenue, will be dedicated to the development of cultural programming. Working with Faena Art Buenos Aires, its sister institution in Argentina, the organization will serve as ...

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Southern California Has Best of Broadway Musicals Now


By Charles Karel Bouley Photo Courtesy of Piippin Official Broadway Production Right now people in the Los Angeles/Orange County area are lucky because they can have two great nights of theater, at two very different plays that share one universal theme: that each of us has to, one day, come to grips with who and what we really, truly are ...

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These Performance Art Experiences Prove That The Future Of Theater Is Now


By Christina Austin Sure, going to a play or musical can be riveting, but it can lack a certain element of surprise. Though the words and faces and costumes may change, an audience pretty much knows what they’re in for: the opening of curtains, the reciting of lines, the curtain call and the cue for applause (Exeunt.) That’s where experiential ...

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Original copy of Magna Carta now on display in Washington D.C.


By LiveScience Scrawled in Medieval Latin on yellowing parchment, an original copy of the Magna Carta is now on view at the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C. The historic charter turns 800 next year. To celebrate, the Library of Congress is hosting a 10-week exhibition, Magna Carta: Muse and Mentor. The centerpiece of the show is the Lincoln Cathedral Magna Carta, ...

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