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Review: ‘A Million Little Things' Gets Few of Those Things Right

6 hours ago   |   NY Times

The drama, which premieres Wednesday on ABC, is about a group of best buddies who are struck by tragedy.
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Review: The Met's New ‘Samson' Succeeds Only as Kitsch

7 hours ago   |   NY Times

The company opened its season with an inert, old-fashioned staging of Saint-Saëns's “Samson et Dalila,” with Roberto Alagna and Elina Garanca.
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Review: Speaking of Job, in ‘I Was Most Alive With You'

22 hours ago   |   NY Times

Craig Lucas's play - about deafness, gayness, addiction, disease, faith and philosophy - puts a modern family to the test.
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New York Review of Books Acknowledges ‘Failures' in a MeToo Essay

1 day ago   |   NY Times   |   3 articles

The review addressed the departure of its editor, Ian Buruma, who published an essay by a man lamenting his ostracism after sexual misconduct allegations.
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Cathy Quinlan: Arcadian joy

Cathy Quinlan: Arcadian joy

1 day ago   |   Two Coats of Paint   |   5 articles

Contributed by Sharon Butler / Cathy Quinlan, whose terrific new paintings and drawings are on view at Centotto in Bushwick, is old-fashioned. Instead of snapping images of...
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Review: In ‘Mr. Inbetween,' the Hit Man Feels Your Pain

1 day ago   |   NY Times

A new FX series made in Australia puts a deadpan comic spin on the life of a low-level enforcer and hired gun who just wants to be an ordinary bloke.
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Review: ‘New Amsterdam' Puts Patients First, Subtlety Last

1 day ago   |   NY Times

Heartfelt, well-meaning and dull, the NBC drama offers a sugarcoated pill for viewers' anxieties about the health care system.
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Review: A Slain Journalist's Voice Resounds in ‘Intractable Woman'

1 day ago   |   NY Times

Stefano Massini's poetically cadenced portrait of the life and death of the Russian journalist Anna Politkovskaya lets facts speak for themselves.
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Review: Bringing Ted Shawn Back Into the Limelight

2 days ago   |   NY Times

Ted Shawn, the father of Jacob's Pillow in Massachusetts, is revived and reassessed as a choreographer - but with what success?
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Review: The Mystery Plane of ‘Manifest' Flies to Dullness

2 days ago   |   NY Times

With a setup that recalls “Lost,” this new NBC show makes the least interesting choice possible: to become a generic, joyless cop show.
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Emma Elliott presents new marble sculptures at on form 18

Emma Elliott presents new marble sculptures at on form 18

Emma Elliott is one of forty sculptors selected for on form 18, a biennial exhibition of sculpture in stone at Asthall Manor in the Cotswolds. She joins world renowned and... Read more ...

Fujifilm's Next GFX is a 102MP Medium Format Mirrorless with PDAF, IBIS, 4K

Fujifilm's Next GFX is a 102MP Medium Format Mirrorless with PDAF, IBIS, 4K

Fujifilm today announced that it's currently building its third GFX medium format mirrorless camera. The new flagship camera will feature a 102-megapixel sensor and a number of... Read more ...

RBA Studio / Randy Bens Architect

RBA Studio / Randy Bens Architect

© Ema Peter Architects: Randy Bens Architect Location: New Westminster, BC, Canada Lead Architects: Randy Bens, Architect AIBC Area: 350.0 ft2 Project Year: 2016 Photographs... Read more ...

Fujifilm GFX 50R is a 51.4MP Medium Format Rangefinder-style Mirrorless

Fujifilm GFX 50R is a 51.4MP Medium Format Rangefinder-style Mirrorless

Fujifilm has announced the new GFX 50R, a new medium format mirrorless camera that features a compact, rangefinder-style body that's reminiscent of famous medium format film... Read more ...

Panasonic's S1R and S1 Will Be its First Full-Frame Mirrorless Cameras

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Panasonic has announced the development of its first two mirrorless cameras: the Lumix S1R and S1. As part of the newly revealed L-Mount Alliance , the two cameras will feature... Read more ...

Writ in Water / Studio Octopi

Writ in Water / Studio Octopi

© Andrew Butler Architects: Studio Octopi Location: Runnymede District, Surrey, United Kingdom Lead Architects: Studio Octopi Collaborators: Mark Wallinger artist Project Year... Read more ...

Venice Biennale's ‘Lightbox' Exhibition Explores Material Memory

Venice Biennale's ‘Lightbox' Exhibition Explores Material Memory

A still from PLANE-SITE's video of Jorge Hernandez' installation at the Palazzo Bembo in Venice. Image Courtesy of PLANE-SITE The European Culture Center's Time Space... Read more ...

Senior-Citizen University of Fengxian / Atelier GOM

Senior-Citizen University of Fengxian / Atelier GOM

© CreatAR Architects: Atelier GOM Location: Hua Yuan Lu, Fengxian Qu, Shanghai Shi, China Lead Architect: Jiajing Zhang Design Team: Wenbin Xu, Cong Xu Area: 39458.0 m2 Project... Read more ...

Abstract Paintings by Prakornpatara JanthakhaisornPrakornpatara

Abstract Paintings by Prakornpatara JanthakhaisornPrakornpatara

Abstract Paintings by Prakornpatara Janthakhaisorn Prakornpatara Janthakhaisorn is an artist born in 1972, Thailand, recently living and working in Chiang Mai, the northern... Read more ...

Cathy Quinlan: Arcadian joy

Cathy Quinlan: Arcadian joy

Contributed by Sharon Butler / Cathy Quinlan, whose terrific new paintings and drawings are on view at Centotto in Bushwick, is old-fashioned. Instead of snapping images of... Read more ...

Parted Ceramic Mouths and Clenched Hands Enliven Tea Sets by Ronit Baranga

Parted Ceramic Mouths and Clenched Hands Enliven Tea Sets by Ronit Baranga

“Tea Party,” all images provided by Ronit Baranga Sculptor Ronit Baranga produces figurative ceramic works that combine human characteristics with inanimate objects such as... Read more ...