Douglas Gordon “Play Dead; Real Time”, 2003
Posted on Thursday, September 18th 2014
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Douglas Gordon, stills from “Play Dead; Real Time”, 2003
Posted on Wednesday, September 17th 2014
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Artist Douglas Gordon on Play Dead; Real Time (2003) and how he did it.
Posted on Monday, September 15th 2014
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A punishable offense!
[source unknown; posted by Carnegie on FB, cited NPR as a source]
Posted on Friday, September 12th 2014
THE EVENT OF A THREAD
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Massive Attack v Adam Curtis trailer (2013)
Posted on Wednesday, September 10th 2014
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We all knew that this day would come but we didn’t expect it to come so fast. The last day of Youth Corps will always be a memorable one.
Posted on Tuesday, September 9th 2014
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Us during Fashion Week. (A cartoon from the 1933 Seventh Regiment Gazette making fun of the reaction of the Seventh’s men when inundated with women on the occasion of a big ball.)
Posted on Monday, September 8th 2014
Member Tickets are now on sale for the remaining programs and lectures in our 2014 season, including our hugely-popular Malkin Lecture Series, Under Construction showings with Lauren Flanigan and the creative team behind Aging Magician, plus interactive art-making workshops and performances for young people as part of our family programming. Become a member today and purchase tickets before they go on sale to the general public on September 8!
Posted on Thursday, September 4th 2014
Qual voluttà trascorrere from Verdi’s I Lombardi, sung by Samuel Ramey, Lauren Flanigan and Luciano Pavarotti.
Soprano Lauren Flanigan, made headlines during the Metropolitan Opera’s 1992-93 season by substituting for an ill Aprile Millo in Verdi’s I Lombardi with no stage rehearsal, opposite Luciano Pavarotti. She went on to repeat the performance six more times, one of which was televised.
Posted on Wednesday, September 3rd 2014
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