Annie Kevans exhibit empowers, rediscovers

The canon of historical art is filled to the brim with women. For centuries, a multitude of female faces have been meticulously crafted from brush strokes both big and small, with their bodies ranging from lithely slender to roundly Rubenesque and their frames from demurely clothed to brazenly nude. Indeed,
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This Week in Arts

Film Peter Greenaway’s “The Cook, the Thief, His Wife and Her Lover” (1989) is not a movie that calls for popcorn, not only because of its twisted antics — running the gamut of blood, shit and piss — but because it is a bold, serious film. Michael Gambon plays Albert
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Fashion Week Wackiness

It’s fashion week season again, and in New York, Milan, London and Paris, designers are showing their new collections for 2012. Although high fashion, especially couture, often has a reputation for bordering ridiculous, it doesn’t hurt to dream a little. So, instead of drooling over the pieces that everyone is
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