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Vulture
Tuesday, 27 Nov 2018 

Jerry Saltz: How To Be An Artist

Jerry Saltz on how to be an artist. New York magazine’s art critic on his 33 rules to take you from clueless amateur to generational talent (or at least help you live life a little more creatively).
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Artsy
Saturday, 1 Dec 2018 

The 15 Best Gifts For Artists And Art Lovers

Artsy is here to help you find the perfect gift for everyone in your life, from the casual aesthete to the art-world insider.
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The New York Times
Thursday, 29 Nov 2018 

Robert Morris Dies At 87: Founding Minimalist Sculptor With Manifold Passions

He pioneered a style of radical simplification and wrote influential essays about it. But he also restlessly went beyond it, taking in performance, earthworks and more.
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The New York Times
Thursday, 29 Nov 2018 

27 Art Exhibitions To View In N.Y.C. This Weekend

Our guide to new art shows and some that will be closing soon.
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Vanity Fair
Thursday, 6 Dec 2018 

An Exclusive Tour Of The (RED) Auction At Art Basel

Sir David Adjaye and Theaster Gates walk through the works they curated for an auction that raised $10.5 million to fight AIDS Wednesday night.
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Smithsonian Magazine
7 hr 58 min ago

Eight Dazzling Toy Train Displays To Get You In The Holiday Spirit

From Dallas to New York City, these mighty miniatures will delight even the biggest Scrooge
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The New York Times
Saturday, 8 Dec 2018 

Live-Streaming Your Broke Self For Rent Money

Jovan Hill, 25, dropped out of college and is unemployed. So how does he pay for his Brooklyn apartment and marijuana habit? His social media followers chip in.
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The New York Times
Saturday, 8 Dec 2018 

11 Of Our Best Weekend Reads

Undocumented workers at the Winter White House. Cookies to heal the soul. The 2018 gift guide. Isabel Wilkerson on Michelle Obama. And more.
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The New York Times
18 hr 13 min ago

Critic's Pick: 'The Jungle' Review: Migrants' Heartbreaking...

This extraordinary, London-born work of immersive theater places its audience at the fraught and energetic center of a migrant camp in France.
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Colossal
57 min ago

A Time-Lapse Look At The Making Of Isle Of Dogs's Animated Sushi Master

Did you know that the sushi-making scene in Wes Anderson’s latest film Isle of Dogs took over a month to produce? In a recent time-lapse video, animator Andy Biddle (who has previously worked on Anderson’s Fantastic Mr. Fox and the Grand Budapest Hotel) shows the detailed steps he took for the film’s sushi master to prepare a bento box of crab and octopus. The 32-day shoot was created by Biddle and Tony Farquhar-Smith, who took over the scene at its mid-point when Biddle left to work on another project. More
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The New York Times
Friday, 7 Dec 2018 

The Carpetbagger: Kevin Hart And The Academy: 2018 Gets The Messy Oscars It...

The comedian’s brief hosting stint was only the most recent controversy in a year of self-created snafus that included a swiftly dropped new category.
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The New York Times
Friday, 7 Dec 2018 

Smithsonian Adds Gallery Honoring Latino-American Culture

A $10 million gift from the Molina family helps Smithsonian expand its Latino representation.
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The New York Times
Friday, 7 Dec 2018 

Critic's Pick: Review: Intimate Schubert Expands To Fill The Orchestra

The baritone Matthias Goerne performed orchestral arrangements of the master’s songs with Jaap van Zweden and the New York Philharmonic.
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The New York Times
Friday, 7 Dec 2018 

Nonfiction: A Fresh Look At How Poets Evolve Over The Course Of A Career

In “We Begin in Gladness,” the poet and critic Craig Morgan Teicher considers poets from W.S. Merwin to francine j. harris, in light of changes in their language and their influence on one another.
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The New York Times
Friday, 7 Dec 2018 

'Deal Or No Deal' Gets A Revival, But Should Its Bevy Of 26 Models?

Series like “Deal” encapsulate the paradox of the modern game-show model gig: a stiletto-heeled foot in the door that also reinforces stereotypes.
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"The airplane stays up because it doesn't have the time to fall." - Orville Wright
December 10, 2018   Ancient China -- Since the beginning of time, mankind has looked up at birds (and to a lesser extent bugs) and marveled at their ability to soar across the sky. Humans...
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"Hunter" By Guang Yuan, Digital, 2018

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The New York Times
Friday, 7 Dec 2018 

Encounters: Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Who Plays Aquaman's Nemesis, Gets Schooled...

The 32-year-old actor lands his biggest role yet, playing Black Manta, the underwater supervillain.
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The New York Times
Friday, 7 Dec 2018 

A Word With: Megan Fox On Becoming A Real-Life Indiana Jones

Fox talks about historical exploration, raising good men and why she refuses to speak out during the #MeToo movement.
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The New York Times
Thursday, 6 Dec 2018 

Kevin Hart's Response To Criticism Over Homophobic Tweets: 'People ...

The comedian, recently named to host the Academy Awards, has tweeted homophobic slurs in the past. But now, he says: “I’m in a great place. A great mature place.”
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The New York Times
Thursday, 6 Dec 2018 

Critic's Pick: Review: An Electrifying Bryan Cranston Is All The Rage In...

Ivo van Hove’s stage adaptation of the 1976 film presents a pricelessly demented affair between a has-been anchorman and the cameras that love him.
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The New York Times
Friday, 7 Dec 2018 

Past Tense: The Marvelous World Of Mrs. Maisel, Through Vintage Photos

The creators of the show take a look back in time with us.
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The New York Times
Friday, 7 Dec 2018 

What's On TV Friday: 'Icebox' And 'Tyrel'

“Icebox” follows the journey of a boy seeking asylum. And Jason Mitchell stars in “Tyrel.”
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The New York Times
Thursday, 6 Dec 2018 

Kevin Hart's Response To Criticism Over Homophobic Tweets: 'People Change'

The comedian, recently named to host the Academy Awards, has tweeted homophobic slurs in the past. But now, he says: “I’m in a great place. A great mature place.”
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The New York Times
Friday, 7 Dec 2018 

2019 Grammy Nominations: Kendrick Lamar Leads, And Women Dominate Major Categories

Facing criticism for a lack of diversity, the Recording Academy shifted its show’s processes, giving a crop of young and less heralded artists a chance to shine.
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The New York Times
Friday, 7 Dec 2018 

Grammy Nominations 2019: The List

See who’s competing at the 61st annual awards in 25 of its 84 categories.
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The New York Times
Friday, 7 Dec 2018 

The Shortlish: Shrewd Short Stories That Merge The Hopeless And The Hopeful

Four collections, in settings that range from Glasgow to an island in the Pacific Northwest, sketch troubled lives and a yearning for better times.