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Alexander Calder’s Abstract Modernism

Philadelphia born American sculptor, painter, and illustrator, Alexander Calder is known as the originator of the mobile, a type of moving sculpture made with delicately balanced or suspended shapes that move in response to touch or air currents. Calder redefined sculpture by introducing the element of movement, first though performances of his mechanical Calder’s Circus and later with motorized works,…

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The Photographer’s Cookbook

The Photographer’s Cookbook shows us how photographers’ meals reflect on their creative personalities and eccentricities by means of a long forgotton collection of eclectic recipes.The book’s origin story calls to mind finding a treasure from another era, a past tenant, under a rental’s floorboard: Its contents were found by Lisa Hostetler when she started working at George Eastman Museum—at this…

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Georgia O’Keeffe To Showcase at Tate Modern

To celebrate the centennial of Georgia O’Keeffe‘s first official exhibition in New York, the Tate Modern is set to stage a major retrospective in the artist’s honor. The 100-plus painting show will open at the gallery’s Bankside, London location and offers an extensive look at O’Keeffe’s 60-year career. The exhibition will aim to show the artist in multiple contexts and chronicle a…

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A John Malkovich Film To Be Released in 2115

  Actor John Malkovich is collaborating with Robert Rodriguez on a film that you will never ever see, ingeniously entitled, 100 Years: the Movie You Will Never See. Inspired by a partnership with Louis XIII cognac, which incidentally takes 100 years to age, the film has been locked in a vault where it will stay until 2115, when it will…

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