In The Ring – Foreman v Cotto
Jun05

In The Ring – Foreman v Cotto

Sports and politics frequently intersect.  Boxing’s best example was Mohammed Ali – now essentially a cherished Saint to many because of how he represented hopes and aspirations of fellow countrymen and world citizens.   Tonight’s debut fight at Yankee Stadium is no different.  Rabbi in training Yuri Foreman against Puerto Rican Miguel Cotto have been cast in a venue meant for attention.  The boxing titans want to...

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Still Collection not alone as new documentary portrays

As Denver readies for the Clyfford Still Museum an excellent film is set to hit theaters on On February 26, 2010. The must-see documentary getting a theatrical release courtesy of IFC Films is “The Art of the Steal.” The film tells the David and Goliath story of what happened to the thirty billion dollar private art collection amassed by Dr. Albert Barnes after his death. The film documents the struggle between those loyal to his will...

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Museums and Galleries
Dec31

Museums and Galleries

For the new year, treat yourself to an experience of major galleries, like GALLERY M, and the variety of available “niche” museums. Some to consider are The Heard in Phoenix, The Rubin in New York City (focus is on the art of the Himalayas) and The Getty Museum in Los Angeles. We know our take on these…what’s...

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When a Museum Building Competes With Art

The difficulty for an architect and museums in displaying fine art is a parallel problem for residences and owners. Your home is a place of reflection and, hopefully, inspiration. When you add fine art to the space, you, like a museum curator, are concerned about how it will look and feel. Many collectors are not struggling with jagged shapes, curved walls or cavernous spaces like a modern museum. What is important in both, as the New...

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