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‘Stay With Me’ Is A Novel Of Commitment, Culture And The Struggle To Conceive

Set in Nigeria in the 1980s, Ayobami Adebayo's debut novel tells the story of a couple who desperately want to have a child, in a society where that's what's expected of them.

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A Hologram Husband Keeps Lois Smith Company In ‘Marjorie Prime’

Smith has been acting for more than 60 years, and she's earned rave reviews for her performance in Marjorie Prime. How does she explain her continued success? "I'm very lucky," she says.

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Total Eclipse Of The Stomach: A Stellar Menu Of Gastronomic Delights

What can you do when the Earth plunges into total darkness on Aug. 21? Eat, of course! And there are many space-themed treats to keep the skywatching party going.

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In ‘The Stone Sky,’ Some Worlds Need To Burn

N.K. Jemisin won Hugo Awards for the first two volumes of her Broken Earth trilogy. The Stone Sky is a powerful, timely finale to this story of a world built on oppression and exploitation.

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Getty initiative will bring rich collaborations to six San Diego museums this fall

Several San Diego institutions will host exciting exhibitions and collaborations this fall thanks to the Getty-led Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA initiative, a far-reaching and ambitious exploration of Latin American and Latino art in dialogue with Los Angeles taking place from September 2017 through January 2018 at more than 70 cultural institutions across Southern California. Through a series of... | Read More

Exhibition narrates how the snake has inspired many important names in modern and contemporary art

On August 19, the SerpentiForm exhibition will open to the public at ArtScience Museum, Marina Bay Sands, designed and set up by Bulgari. The exhibition is curated by the Bulgari Brand and Heritage Curator Lucia Boscaini and by the Maison’s Brand Heritage Department. Epitomising seduction, rebirth and transformation, the snake as a symbol has been intertwined for centuries with the story of... | Read More

Corey Helford Gallery opens exhibition of new works by Sarah Emerson

On Saturday, August 19, Los Angeles’ Corey Helford Gallery presents new works by Sarah Emerson in her first solo exhibition with the gallery, entitled “Ruin in Reverse,” in Gallery 2. Cuteness and craziness collide in energetic displays in Emerson’s paintings and murals. The Atlanta-based artist’s contemporary landscapes present a bizarre version of the world,... | Read More

New exhibition includes recent work by Archibald and Sulman Prize winners 2017

A new exhibition titled Grounded: Contemporary Australian Art features the work of artists Mitch Cairns, Karla Dickens, Newell Harry, Jumaadi, James Nguyen, Addison Marshall, Joan Ross and Justine Varga who have all studied at the National Art School. The exhibition is on display, free of charge, at NAS Gallery from 18 August until 14 October 2017. Curated by Judith Blackall Grounded is... | Read More

Exhibition showcases Brazilian artists’ contemporary approaches to illustrating social issues

The Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center at Colorado College announces “Raízes/Roots,” an exhibition showcasing Brazilian artists’ contemporary approaches to illustrating social issues, on display Aug. 19 through Nov. 15, 2017. This exhibition features contemporary artists – Ana Carolina Fernandes, Annie Gonzaga, Elisa Reimer, and Henrique Oliveira – with a reception... | Read More

Interview with Danièle Thompson, Director of Cézanne et Moi

How did you come across the idea to make this film, which seems so different from the others - mostly comedies - in your filmography? Fifteen years ago, I read an article about how Cézanne and Zola were friends since childhood, before eventually growing apart. I must admit that I had never heard about this rift. It intrigued me. So I started reading biographies about them. I reread texts by Zola... | Read More
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