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“I realized it was their own mother they were seeing”

“I realized it was their own mother they were seeing”

Rachel/Monique, 2010. © ADAGP, 2010. Courtesy of Emmanuel Perrotin From Art in America: PFEIFFER:  You have produced numerous pieces and shows about your mother. Why did you decide to work on her again? CALLE: Because I realized that she had traveled through my work everywhere except New York and...

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Ballet Lives!

Ballet Lives!

Is Ballet Really Dying?  | by Claudia La Rocco

Slate

Ballet is dying. Maybe already dead. Impossible, you say, I've got tickets to a show!

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Present Perfect

Present Perfect

by Fabio Camilletti   This essay analyses the relationship between the uncanny and time by focusing on the notion of ‘time-slip’ as reflected in three American novels of the 1970s: Jack Finney’s Time and Again, Richard Matheson’s Bid Time Return and Stephen King’s The Shining. Through a comparative analysis of these...

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Can a big voice be too much of a good thing?

Can a big voice be too much of a good thing?

Noises On | by Patrick Dillon

OperaNews

"Am I too loud?" Gerald Moore famously queried in the title of his "musical autobiography" of 1962...

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