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Samuel Beckett, Master Of The Short Story
Friday, July 8th 2016   -   By: ArtsJournal1   -
Chris Power: “It is an irony of Beckett’s posthumous reputation that his plays are now far better known than his prose, although he considered the latter his primary focus. … I suspect the real problem with Beckett’s short fiction is its difficulty, and that his greatest achievements in the form do not comply with what […]
Tehran Is About To Get The World’s Largest Bookstore
Friday, July 8th 2016   -   By: ArtsJournal   -
According to the Guinness Book of World Records, this title was held by the Barnes & Noble bookstore in New York City, which covered 154,250ft². Unfortunately, the 5th Avenue flagship store closed down in 2014.
For Eid Ul-Fitr, Check Out These Panoramic Photos Of
Friday, July 8th 2016   -   By: ArtsJournal1   -
Mohammad Reza Domiri Ganji, a physics student turned photographer, is becoming famous for his images of the intricate, geometric, colorful religious architecture of his native Iran. Here are rotating 360-degree views of five spectacular sites.
There’s A Reason So Many Artists Have Synesthesia
Friday, July 8th 2016   -   By: ArtsJournal1   -
It’s actually the other way around: “If music makes you see colors and shapes, you might be more likely to pick up a guitar or sit at a piano in the first place … Ssynesthetes see the similar in the dissimilar (music and color; pain and color; syllables and shapes), and people who excel at […]
Eight Nearly Forgotten Female Composers Who Were Hits In
Friday, July 8th 2016   -   By: ArtsJournal1   -
Not many of us remember Barbara Strozzi and Elisabeth Jacquet de la Guerre; more of us know of Clara Schumann and Fanny Hensel (née Mendelssohn). Here’s an opportunity to get to know all four of them, as well as four more, a bit better.
Why Mike Daisey Implicates Democrats In His New Monologue
Friday, July 8th 2016   -   By: ArtsJournal1   -
“People in the theater are the left. I’m always interested in skewering, examining and implicating the people in the room because they are the ones that showed up for the performance. Once you implicate them, then they actually start thinking about what their position is. I’m doing the monologue and if I’m telling you, ‘You […]
To Prepare For This Play About Gun Violence, The Cast Went
Friday, July 8th 2016   -   By: ArtsJournal1   -
“It was important we expose them to other points of view, but also the experience of shooting. So we took everyone to a gun range in South Philly,” said Ginger Dayle, author of the play Roseburg. “We had reserved the range in advance, but the day we showed up happened to be the day after […]
For The First Time, Two Major American Museums To Stage A
Friday, July 8th 2016   -   By: ArtsJournal1   -
“The 60-year career of Jasper Johns … will be the subject of an unprecedented simultaneous exhibition in the fall of 2020, when the Philadelphia Museum of Art and the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York City jointly present a full retrospective covering every aspect of the 86-year-old artist’s career.”
Steinway’s Super-Skilled Craftspeople, At Work At The In
Friday, July 8th 2016   -   By: ArtsJournal1   -
“With Steinway’s blessing, [photographer Christopher] Payne spent time in virtually every corner of the large factory, from the foundry where the iron is poured to the mill where the lumber is cut. And though he came to possess a strong technical understanding of how these elements come together to form precision musical instruments, he said, […]
Bolshoi Ballet’s New Bosses Want More Dance, Less Drama
Friday, July 8th 2016   -   By: ArtsJournal1   -
Says the ballet’s new artistic director, Makhar Vaziev, “We think we are not just any dance company but a state institution that represents Russia.” Adds Bolshoi general director Vladimir Urin, “We often refuse offers to go and dance abroad. We want to dance in Russia, that is our objective, that is what the Russian state […]

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