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"The graffiti artist Banksy has managed to smuggle in his latest work, a dead rat in a glass-fronted box, into the Natural History Museum....

The piece called "Banksus Militus Ratus" was displayed with a text that said the common sewer rat had some remarkable new characteristics. "
April 8, The Guardian.
- selma 4-09-2004 8:57 pm [link] [4 comments]

"The 88th annual Pulitzer Prizes were announced on Monday. Following are the winners in Letters, Drama and Music."

- selma 4-07-2004 2:22 am [link] [2 comments]

The artist Carrie Mae Weems has donated a photograph to friends of ours to help pay for their daughter's (also a good friend) last semester of college. They are raffling off the photo. Details inside.

- jim 4-06-2004 8:42 pm [link] [1 ref] [2 comments]

"Each day ArtsJournal editors scan thousands of stories about the arts from some 200 newspapers, magazines and e-publications for posting on ArtsJournal."
...and it's free.

- selma 4-05-2004 10:56 pm [link] [add a comment]

A couple of museum shows to see:
Singular Forms (Sometimes Repeated) at the Guggenheim. Lots of classic Minimalism and such.
Byzantium: Faith & Power at the Met: Lots of classic icons and such.

- alex 3-25-2004 7:19 pm [link] [39 comments]

When The Kitchen launched the New Music, New York festival in 1979, it created a "genuine landmark in the evolution of a genre" (The Village Voice).

N E W S O U N D , N E W Y O R K F E S T I V A L
25 Years Beyond New Music, New York
- selma 3-18-2004 11:00 pm [link] [41 comments]