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Trisha Brown Legacy

As the painters leave behind a visual legacy and the music of composers is played by many generations, the work of modern dance choreographers, who tend to create movements without names, often silence, can easily fade and be forgotten. If they don’t...

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Lili Bernard in L.A. Habitat

“L.A. Habitat” is a series of visits of 16 artists in their workspaces around Los Angeles on weekly basis. This time, artist Lili Bernard was eager to share her story with public. After quitting her former studio on Chung Road in Chinatown, Los...

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Struggle of Arizona Theatre

In the time when Arizona Theatre Company struggles to collect $2 million to avoid turning the stage lights off for the 2016-17 season, there is a number of potential donors who naturally have questions: What will happen next? How will the company change the...

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Steinway in China

There are lots of boys in tuxedos and girls in tiaras who had dreams of becoming China’s next musical talent and sensation this year. It all happens on a nine feet long and about 1,000 pounds, with a price of more than $200,000, the new Steinway & Sons...

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Documentary about North Korea cancelled

American Museum of Modern Art board announced that they have wrongly canceled the New York premiere of “Under the Sun,” a documentary about North Korea, after it has been heavily criticized by North Korea and Russia.
It is a troubling look at the Asian...

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Unemployment by Josh Kline

Currently on view at 47 Canal, New York, Josh Kline’s show “Unemployment” is the situated in the year 2030, a story about people losing their jobs to software during the period approaching election. The whole look of the show is very pessimistic and...