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Review: On Thanksgiving, Gratitude for a Dependable Violin

5 days ago   |   NY Times

Joshua Bell, playing Beethoven with the New York Philharmonic, is always enjoyable, though never intense or unexpected.
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The Philharmonic Is Out of Its Hall This Year. It Doesn't Pack Light

1 month ago   |   NY Times

With David Geffen Hall under renovation, the orchestra - and eight of its cellos, six double basses, six timpani and two grand pianos - must move from hall to hall.
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Renovating Its Hall, New York Philharmonic Plans a Roving Season

5 monthes ago   |   NY Times

With David Geffen Hall under construction, the orchestra will spend most of 2021-22 at two other Lincoln Center venues.
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Brutalism in European Schools and Universities, Photographed by Stefano Perego

Brutalism in European Schools and Universities, Photographed by Stefano Perego

5 monthes ago   |   Arch Daily

Delft University of Technology Lecture Hall, Johannes Van den Broek and Jaap Bakema. Image © Stefano Perego In his book “The New Brutalism in Architecture: Ethical or...
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400 Days Later, the New York Philharmonic Returns

7 monthes ago   |   NY Times   |   4 articles

The orchestra's first indoor concert for a live audience in 13 months was a quietly joyful celebration.
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In ‘Summer Brother,' Sibling Bonding During a Season of Turmoil

9 monthes ago   |   NY Times

In Jaap Robben's “Summer Brother,” a 13-year-old finds himself the default caregiver for his severely disabled brother. His dad's a swindler. The bills are due. Disaster is...
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These Studio Portraits of Smashed Electronics are Oddly Satisfying

These Studio Portraits of Smashed Electronics are Oddly Satisfying

10 monthes ago   |   Peta Pixel

From time to time, we all get that desire to throw one of our electronics at the wall and/or smash it with a bat. But how many of us ever actually get to do it? For...
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‘We Can't Do Our Craft': Conductors Contend With the Pandemic

One year ago   |   NY Times

With most orchestral concerts canceled, conductors have been largely invisible.
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Review: At the Philharmonic, New Music for a Changing World

One year ago   |   NY Times

Jaap van Zweden led an evening of Renée Fleming in songs by Björk, and a premiere by the Pulitzer Prize-winner Ellen Reid.
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Review: A Tale of Two Women at the New York Philharmonic

One year ago   |   NY Times

The violinist Janine Jansen and the composer Tania León each made sterling contributions to this week's program.
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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 ...

Ye House / Cazú Zegers

Ye House / Cazú Zegers

Loteo Santa Emilia, Valdivia, Región de Los Ríos, Chile Project Year: 2018 Photographs: Marcos Zegers Photographs: Daniel Corvillón Photographs: Area: 344.0 m2 Read more ...

4571

4571

Still life, acrylic, 6" x 6" $100 Read more ...

So Close

So Close

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Floricultura Flowerbar / AR Arquitetos

Floricultura Flowerbar / AR Arquitetos

R. da Consolação, 3423 - Cerqueira César, São Paulo - SP, 01416-003, Brazil Project Year: 2020 Photographs: Maíra Acayaba Area: 150.0 m2 Read more ...

Late Night Doesn't Feel Great About Omicron

Moderna's chief executive said scientists anticipate Omicron is “not going to be good.” Stephen Colbert called the sentiment “not comforting.” Read more ...

Lula Hair Salon / YYA / Yusuke Yoshino Architects

Lula Hair Salon / YYA / Yusuke Yoshino Architects

YYA / Yusuke Yoshino Architects Location: Osaka, Japan Project Year: 2021 Photographs: Takumi Ota Area: 65.0 m2 Read more ...

Abstract Art, Contemporary Painting, Fine Art For Sale “EDGE OF MEMORY” by...

Abstract Art, Contemporary Painting, Fine Art For Sale “EDGE OF MEMORY” by Intuitive Artist Joan Fullerton

30" x 30"x.1.5" Acrylic on Canvas/Available Read more ...

Watermelons on Ice: 1901

Watermelons on Ice: 1901

Washington, D.C., 1901. "Block 290. View of 12th Street N.W., west side, looking north from E Street toward F Street." 5x7 inch glass negative, D.C. Street Survey Collection... Read more ...

Recon is starting

Recon is starting

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Meticulous Sculptures by Artist Carol Long Highlight the Curved Lines and...

Meticulous Sculptures by Artist Carol Long Highlight the Curved Lines and Colorful Embellishments Found in Nature

All images © Carol Long, shared with permission Honoring the humble shape of the vessel is at the center of Carol Long 's practice. From her studio in rural Kansas, the artist... Read more ...