Travis Wall at New Haven’s Shubert

Travis Wall, of FOX's “So You Think You Can Dance,” and colleagues are coming to the Shubert Theatre in New Haven Jan. 27. Travis Wall, of FOX's “So You Think You Can Dance,” and colleagues are coming to the Shubert Theatre in New Haven Jan. 27. Travis Wall, … [Read More...]

Saltz: Border Wall Prototypes Are Minimalist Art

Jerry Saltz: “As with much minimalism, these prototypes are hard-edged geometry and impervious materials brought into the American landscape of the West and arranged to impose order, inspire awe, and try to manage and align mystic political forces — and to make something that while instantly obsolete, like some … [Read More...]

Sample an array of wines to benefit Klein after-school arts

On Jan. 25, the Klein Memorial Auditorium will sponsor a wine tasting to benefit its theater arts after-school program for Bridgeport youth. On Jan. 25, the Klein Memorial Auditorium will sponsor a wine tasting to benefit its theater arts after-school program for Bridgeport youth. [Read More...]

Exhibition of new paintings by Jules de Balincourt opens at Victoria Miro

Victoria Miro opened an exhibition of new paintings by Jules de Balincourt. Quiet, reflective and mysterious, new paintings by Brooklyn-based artist Jules de Balincourt continue an intuitive approach to imagemaking, where the world we inhabit is filtered through the artist’s own psychological landscape. In Troubled Eden, 2017, a … [Read More...]

When Man Ray Hitched A Ride To L.A. And Stayed

“Many within Hollywood, like Albert Lewin, director of The Moon and Sixpence, were keen to work with the famed surrealist, yet these offers of collaboration rarely came to much. ‘Man Ray was very firm,’ [curator Max] Teicher says. ‘If he was going to do a film, he was going … [Read More...]

BIG’s revised Smithsonian Campus Master Plan presented in DC

BIG-Bjarke Ingels Group’s Founding Partner Bjarke Ingels presented a revised proposal for the Smithsonian Campus Master Plan in Washington, DC. The vision was first unveiled in 2014 and has since been redeveloped following years of public comment and close collaboration with the Smithsonian Institution. The new proposal reflects … [Read More...]