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Latin America in Construction
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[All photographs by John Hill – see more in my Flickr set on the exhibition.] Earlier in the week I got a preview of the MoMA exhibition Latin America in Construction: Architecture 1955-1980, opening Sunday and running until July 19, 2015. The large-scale show, located on the museum’s sixth floor (where Le Corbusier: An Atlas […]

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Protect the Desert ‘City’
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Over the weekend I watched Levitated Mass, a documentary on Michael Heizer’s rock sculpture of the same name that was moved in 2012 about 100 miles from a quarry east of Los Angeles to LACMA. While I appreciate that artwork for what it is, I am more fond of the large-scale works of Heizer, like […]

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ArtsBeat: Stipends for Five Emerging Artists From Annenberg Fund
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The Leonore Annenberg Fellowship Fund for the Performing and Visual Arts provides awards totaling $300,000.

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The Diplomacy of Art – Vanity Fair
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Hillary Clinton, who will be replaced this month as secretary of state by John Kerry, writes about the Art in Embassies program.

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The Privileged Are Taking Over the Arts – The New Republic
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Do the privileged control the arts, or are we all prejudiced wazzocks?

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Drama colleges hit back at 'petty jab' over elitism in the arts …
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Heads accept elitism is an issue but blame poor arts provision and access in schools and lack of money to pay living wage.

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It's time for artists to get angry | Stage | The Guardian
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The role of art in our society is undervalued by those in power. All this talk about privilege in the theatre diverts attention from failing Tory and Labour policies.

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Today’s archidose #814
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Here are a few wintry scenes for your Monday, President’s Day here in the United States. Centre of Excellence – York University, Glendon Campus by Daoust Lestage Architects, photographed by Riley Snelling: Housing Complex Zollikerstrasse by Gigon/Guyer, photographed by Andras Kiss: Modern Wing of the Art Institute of Chicago by Renzo Piano Building Workshop, photographed […]

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