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As-it-happens update August 21, 2014
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Billboard
Check Out Aphex Twin's Bizarre Cover Art for 'Syro'
After using a blimp and the deep Internet to tease his upcoming new album, Aphex Twin has unveiled the cover art and release date for Syro, his first ...
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artnet News
Is Art Basel in Turmoil?
It is the second departure in less than a month from Art Basel's senior management: artnet News has learned that Annette Schönholzer will leave the ...
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Merging Art and Business in the College Curriculum
Developed as a partnership between SDSU's College of Professional Studies and Fine Arts and the College of Business Administration, the program ...
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The Guardian
Kate Bush, the queen of art-pop who defied her critics
Punk often sneered at "art" as airy-fairy, bourgeois self-indulgence, but its ranks were full of art-school graduates and this artiness blossomed with the ...
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Afternoon Palate Cleanser: Amy Poehler As Art Snob
Some of you who watch a lot of TV have likely seen this already, but in her series of funny spots for Old Navy, this has to be Amy Poehler's best. Watch ...
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Fox News
2800-year-old zigzag art found in Greek tomb
Archaeologists working at the ancient city of Corinth, Greece, have discovered a tomb dating back around 2,800 years that has pottery decorated with ...
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artnet News
Vintage Cars Overtake Art on Luxury Asset Racetrack
The automobile auctions underscore a larger recent trend that has seen investments in luxury goods like cars and art outperforming those of more ...
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The Hindu
Making space for classical art
Art is our most precious inheritance and it must be preserved at all costs. This is the guiding principle for Remesan Nambissan, one of the founders of ...
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Art Institute painting gets postage stamp treatment
Frederic Edwin Church is represented by the 1856 painting Sunset, from the collection of the Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute in Utica, NY.
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