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Exploring New Sides to Performance Art: “Responding to Site” on Marilyn Arsem

I never really got a handle on what performance art was compared to other performing arts, until I read Responding to Site: The Performance Work of Marilyn Arsem, edited by Jennie Klein and Natalie Loveless about the incredible work of Marilyn Arsem. Starting and ending the book is a reprint of Marilyn Arsem’s 2011 manifesto “This is Performance Art” that attempts to articulate what exactly performance art is. Unlike theater, music and dance, performance art “exists on the same plane as those who witness it” and performance artists are “no one other than themselves.” The artists don’t pretend to be actors, nor do they pretend the audience is not there. There’s no stage with music or dance; everyone is on the same footing.
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Boston, MAWBUR

Semi-Documentary 'Wild Style' Is An Essential Look At The Subculture Of 1980s Hip-Hop

There’s gonna be a heck of a lawn party on Huntington Avenue this Sunday night, as the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston celebrates the closing weekend of their marvelous “Writing the Future: Basquiat and the Hip-Hop Generation” exhibit with a free outdoor screening of “Wild Style.” Director Charlie Ahearn’s seminal 1982 semi-documentary about an aspiring young graffiti artist and the breakers and b-boys he runs with is widely acknowledged as the first (and best) hip-hop movie ever made, though they weren’t even calling it “hip-hop” yet back then. Shot on a shoestring in the South Bronx and on the Lower East Side, it’s an essential, ebullient look at a subculture about to explode into the mainstream. Ahearn and his artistic collaborator/partner-in-crime Fab 5 Freddy will be in attendance at the screening. You should be, too.
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Museumsintownmag.com

The Road So Far: Jesse Lott & Travis Whitfield” at Station Museum of Contemporary Art

Station Museum of Contemporary Art extended its exhibition “The Road So Far: Jesse Lott & Travis Whitfield” through September 5, 2021. You have more time to see Houston artist Jesse Lott’s intricate sculptures and drawings, and Louisiana artist Travis Whitfield’s installation of a full size southern style shotgun house filled with domestic objects and photographs.
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Ernesto Neto “SunForceOceanLife”

The Museum of Fine Arts – Until Sep 26, 2021 Houston (US) The Museum’s summer series of large-scale immersive exhibits continues with SunForceOceanLife. This major commission from famous Brazilian artist Ernesto Neto transforms Cullinan Hall into a suspended catwalk. When visitors enter the epic sculptural work. They can explore a...
Houston, TXhoustoncitybook.com

Two New Exhibitions Coming to the MFAH This Fall Will Provide Fresh Perspectives on the Works of O’Keeffe, Picasso and Calder

TWO EXHIBITIONS OPENING this October at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston will provide fresh perspectives on the works of iconic 20th century artists Georgia O'Keeffe, Pablo Picasso and Alexander Calder. The first exhibition, opening October 17, deploys nearly 100 photographs by O'Keeffe, which will be complimented by 17 of the artist's paintings and drawings, in order to explore the famed artist's modernist approach to the medium of photography. The second exhibition, opening October 31, explores the artistic synergy between Calder and Picasso. Both exhibitions will be on view through January of 2022 before traveling to other art institutions.
Peabody, MAvanyaland.com

STL GLD record an ‘Extra’ special project at the Peabody Essex Museum

If recording a song amidst the splendor of exhibit halls seems “extra,” well, maybe it is. But STL GLD’s vision blends in with the eye-catching grandeur of the Peabody Essex Museum. The Boston hip-hop giants have shared a new track named “Extra” (out today, July 22), recorded entirely from Plummer Hall at PEM in Salem. The track comes paired with a mini-documentary on the making of the song, cramming three days’ worth of work into a 18-minute sprint.
Houston, TXHouston Press

Best Bets: 18 Birthdays, Orphea, and A Friday Night Concert

Houston's Got Bollywood returns to Miller Outdoor Theatre on Saturday with Adventures in Motion Pictures. If you haven’t noticed through all the rain, it’s summer. And tomorrow, July 23, is Hot Enough For Ya Day, a day specially designed to acknowledge the heat and address it however you see fit. We suggest checking out some of our best bets, many of which you can enjoy from the air-conditioned comfort of your living room. But don’t worry, there are some outdoor activities for those brave souls that want to tempt the Houston weather gods.
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Vatican unveils program of Pope Francis 7-hour trip to Hungary

The Vatican unveiled on Wednesday an intensive program for Pope Francis’ trip to Hungary on Sept. 12. VATICAN CITY: The Vatican unveiled on Wednesday an intensive program for Pope Francis’ trip to Hungary on Sept. 12. The pope is scheduled to spend just under seven hours in the country before...
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3 Days by Superyacht in the Bay State

When spending the summer in New England, most megayacht owners and charter clients think of Newport, Nantucket, and ports in Maine. But there is so much more to discover and enjoy. We asked Ann Lagasse, owner of Ocean Havens waterfront destinations in Massachusetts, why her home of the Bay State deserves more attention. Therefore, “3 Days by Superyacht in the Bay State” focus on her favorite destinations of Boston, Provincetown, and Gloucester Harbor. They’re in close proximity to each other—50 miles, to be exact—but, Lagasse asserts, the experiences at each are worlds apart.
New York City, NYhudsonvalleyone.com

Richard Segalman

To Richard Segalman painting was like breathing. Across his remarkable six-decade career, his artwork was placed in over 40 permanent collections in museums, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, the Hirshhorn Museum in Washington, DC, and the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. “My first influence was...
New York City, NYnorthernarchitecture.us

Tod Williams Billie Tsien Associates

Tod Williams. Biliie Tsien & Associates 222 Central Park South New York, NY 10019 United States. Tel: + 1 212 582 2385 Fax: + 1 212 245 1984 e-mail: [email protected] Web: www.twbta.com. TOD WILLIAMS, born in Detroit in 1943, Bachelor of Arts, 1965, Master of Fine Arts, 1967 Princeton...
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The 8 Best Weekend Road Trips from Dallas, Texas

A weekend away might be just what you need to escape the Dallas heat, and fortunately, you have more than a few attractive destinations nearby. If you have a couple of days to spare for an adventure, you’ll be happy to know that you don’t have to drive too long (traffic permitting, of course) from Dallas to reach an interesting new place to explore. Some are still within Texas while others are just across the borders in neighboring states. With so much to see and do, the hardest part of your weekend road trip from Dallas could very well be deciding which of these awesome places to visit.
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The Saint Louis Art Museum, One of the Best Art Museums in the US

The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art in Los Angeles, the Art Institute of Chicago in Chicago, the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, and the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC, are probably the most known art museums in the United States. However, there are many more US museums that are worth a visit. One of them is the amazing Saint Louis Art Museum located in Forest Park in St. Louis, Missouri.
Houston, TXsecrethouston.com

The Bayou City Art Festival Returns To Houston This October

Houston’s signature street art festival is set to make its return to the city this fall. The Bayou City Art Festival, a colorful two-day celebration of arts, culture, performance, food, philanthropy, and more, is coming back to the streets of Downtown, Houston this autumn on October 9 and 10. Due...
Houston, TXthekatynews.com

Bayou City Art Festival Returns to Downtown Houston in the Fall

Bayou City Art Festival Downtown: Saturday & Sunday, October 9-10, 2021. The Art Colony Association, Inc. (ACA), the producer of Bayou City Art Festival, will welcome artists, patrons and supporters back for Houston’s signature art event. The in-person festival, Bayou City Art Festival Downtown, will be held in Downtown Houston, along Allen Parkway and Sam Houston Park, on Saturday and Sunday, October 9-10, 2021, 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Detroit, MIhourdetroit.com

MW Gallery Marks Its Fifth Anniversary With a Star-Studded Exhibit

On the edge of Flint’s downtown strip, a gallery dedicated to one of the largest private collections of African American art in the country sits in unassuming digs that you’ll drive right past if you’re not paying attention. But no one is here for the exterior. It’s what’s hanging on...
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