An exhibition of Nazi paintings and sculptures by predominantly Austrian artists in Vienna is aiming to shed light on the politics of art under the Third Reich -- one of the latest ways in which the capital is seeking to address its complicated war-era past.
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Ukraine imposed sanctions on Saturday on an Austrian architecture and design company working on a project to build new theatre house in Sevastopol, a city in the Russian-controlled Crimean peninsula. A decree issued by President Volodymyr Zelenskiy says the company, Coop Himmelb(L)au, is banned from doing business in Ukraine and cannot withdraw capital from the country for five years. The decree also prohibits the company's six board members from entering Ukraine and participating in privatisations, and says their assets in the country will be frozen.
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Great British Bake Off: The Musical is set to premiere in the U.K. this summer. It's a comedy that follows eight amateur bakers who try to bake their way to success by impressing the judges.
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New series from 'Downtown Abbey' creator Julian Fellowes is full of period costumes, opulent mansions, and high drama.
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Hammond's immersive installation of work, on view this week at the art fair, speaks to teens' struggles during the pandemic.
After its initial launch at London's Dominion Theatre, the musical would go on to become a global phenomenon.
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‘Giants’ Dance”: that, during the Middle Ages, was what people called Stonehenge. To medieval monks, the origin of the ancient stone circle on Salisbury Plain was obvious: Merlin must have used magic to bring it over the sea from far away. This is one of the earliest documented theories about the prehistoric monument, which is the subject of an ambitious new exhibition at the British Museum. Nine hundred years after Geoffrey of Monmouth wrote it down, it’s arguably no more far-fetched than many
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TheWrap magazine: "It was a very mystical, profound thing, a kind of storytelling ritual of grief and even gratitude," says Garfield of his role in "tick, tick...BOOM!"
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The Tony nominee stars in the stage adaptation of the 1993 Robin Williams movie and believes the show's message is more vital than ever.
- Naples Daily News
This year, with social distancing and masks, Naples Art District is hoping its collaborative Art & Design Expo will bloom.
- The Wrap
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The 'Hamilton' creator discusses how his early love of films led him to make his directorial debut with the musical starring Andrew Garfield
- Rolling Stone
The vocalist includes the Nick Drake cover, along with John Lennon's "Imagine," on a deluxe edition of her album 'The Moon and Stars: Prescriptions for Dreamers'
Spanish opera star Placido Domingo addressed in a newspaper interview on Friday accusations about sexual harassment that emerged two years ago, telling newspaper El Mundo that he had done nothing wrong and regretted not speaking out sooner. A 2020 investigation by the American Guild of Musical Artists (AGMA) concluded that Domingo, 81, had behaved inappropriately with female performers after it heard evidence from more than three dozen singers, dancers, musicians, voice teachers and backstage staff who said they had witnessed or experienced inappropriate behaviour over three decades. U.S. institutions including the Metropolitan Opera in New York and the San Francisco Opera also scrapped planned engagements and Domingo resigned as general director of the Los Angeles Opera.
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As COVID-19 cases fueled by the omicron variant continue to surge, entertainment specials and events are once again getting canceled or postponed.
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The Trail Foundation is seeking artists, designers and creatives interested in the floating wetland project on Lady Bird Lake.
- Akron Beacon Journal
Akron's Curated Storefront to delve more into digital art exhibits with help of $250,000 Knight Foundation grant.