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09
Jul

The Journey to Running Fence

Running Fence, Christo and Jeanne-Claude’s outdoor installation in Northern California, stood for just two weeks. Though many people traveled to the isolated farmlands of 1970s Sonoma and Marin Counties to view Running …

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29
Apr

A Documentary Tradition, Continued

Social documentary photographer Ken Light was featured this week on the New York Times Lens Blog, along with a slideshow of his photographs of Appalachian coal mining towns. These photos, along with …

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02
Apr

The Pursuit of Art and Happiness

When most people think about about government funding, the arts are probably not the first thing to come to mind. Arts funding is often shunted aside in favor of other priorities, and …

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21
Jan

UC Press Art and Culture @educatedarts

Now you can follow the UC Press arts program on Twitter @educatedarts. UC Press publicist Heather Vaughan, who has a master’s degree in visual culture from NYU, unites art and scholarship to …

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21
Jan

Paris Between Light and Shadow

If you missed the Twilight Visions: Surrealism, Photography, and Paris exhibit at the Frist Center for the Visual Arts this fall, you have another chance to see this evocative collection of Surrealist …

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