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TILER PECK’S BALLET NOW

In the local dance world, there are few things rarer or more anticipated than a West Coast visit by the New York City Ballet. This weekend, principal Tiler Peck brings out ten of her City Ballet colleagues for her BalletNOW program at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion.* Joining Peck and company are four of their Lincoln […]

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I AM A WASHING MACHINE – BY IOANA HERCBERG

Ioana Hercberg, a young Frenchwoman, left Paris for New York City a few years ago. Ever since I’ve known her, she has held a camera, photographing friends, trips and places. So many pictures, and that’s how her blog “I am a washing machine” started. I really enjoy her universe, how it is full of colour, […]

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FRANCES STARK AT GALERIE BUCHHOLZ

“Clever/Stupid” An ambigram is a word or image whose meaning is changed when viewed or interpreted from a different direction, perspective, or orientation.  I first incorporated this Clever/Stupid ambigram as a digital prop in my performance called “I’ve Had It! And I’ve Also Had It!”. It was a monologue (delivered in a rotary telephone costume I designed) exploring a symmetrical rift […]

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WEEKLY WRAP UP | OCT. 3-10, 2014

This week on the blog we discovered the designers Antoine Philippon and Jacqueline Lecoq; saw the first exhibition at Del Vaz Projects; listened Dayvan Cowboy from Boards of Canada; visited the new show of Mark Leckey at Wiels: Lending Enchantment to Vulgar Materials and the show of Jonathan Binet and Martin Laborde at Gaudel de Stampa: Yellow […]