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‘Side Show’ a soaring, must-see musical

NEW YORK (AP) ― After the favorably reviewed musical “Side Show” closed its original three-month Broadway run in 1997, swallowing a $7 million loss for its producers, it still garnered four Tony Aw...

Updated : 2014.11.19 20:50

Art of therapy practiced through pictures

DALLAS ― Rachel Nash is a licensed professional counselor. She works with a diverse group of clients, including children, adults and the elderly. She talks with them. She builds relationships with th...

Updated : 2014.11.19 20:30

Disney lets N.Y. theatergoers switch tickets

NEW YORK (AP) ― Disney is giving an early Christmas present to theatergoers in New York ― the gift of flexibility. Disney Theatrical Productions is letting ticketholders to its Broadway shows ― “A...

Updated : 2014.11.18 21:00

Water politics: Exhibition highlights how shortages affect us all

“Trans-border Migrant Tool” by Electronic Disturbance Theater 2.0 helps Mexican immigrants to find the location of water using the GPS-installed mobile device when they cross the border through the ...

Updated : 2014.11.17 21:05

Elements of Bauhaus design explored

To think of Bauhaus-style interior design, a modern apartment studio with sleek and monotone interior comes to mind. It’s one of the contributions of the legendary German design school in the field o...

Updated : 2014.11.16 20:54

‘Movements Ignite’ delves into unspeakable expression

Exploring movement synchronized with multimedia effects, the Korea National Contemporary Dance company is preparing to present its latest modern dance production, “Movements Ignite.”The upcoming pro...

Updated : 2014.11.12 20:30

Old Seoul Station to become live theater

The former Seoul Station building will turn into a big live theater where artists, dancers and musicians will present a variety of arts performances that pay tribute to the history of the place. Each ...

Updated : 2014.11.12 20:29

Rothko, Jasper Johns star at NYC art auction

NEW YORK (AP) ― A radiant painting by Mark Rothko and one of Jasper Johns’ iconic flag paintings were among the stars at the second day of New York’s dazzling post-war and contemporary art auctions...

Updated : 2014.11.12 20:27

Linda McCartney’s photos show glimpses of family life

Linda McCartney was the first woman photographer whose photos were featured in Rolling Stone magazine. She made a name for herself by taking pictures of famous rock stars in the 1960s and ’70s such a...

Updated : 2014.11.09 20:50

L.A. museum to get biggest-ever art gift

LOS ANGELES (AP) ― An entertainment executive pledged a collection of paintings by Pablo Picasso, Claude Monet, Edgar Degas and other major artists to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art on Thursday...

Updated : 2014.11.07 20:46

Last dance for bold ballerina Sylvie Guillem

PARIS (AFP) ― French dancer Sylvie Guillem is to bring down the curtain on a glittering career that saw her plucked from relative obscurity by Rudolf Nureyev to become the world’s most sought after ...

Updated : 2014.11.06 20:52

Manet fetches record $65m at NYC auction

NEW YORK (AP) ― A celebrated portrait of a Parisian actress by Edouard Manet has set a new auction record for the artist during the second day of a major fall sale in New York of impressionist and mo...

Updated : 2014.11.06 20:51

Small port occupies museum space

The vast 17-meter-high space dedicated to site-specific installations at the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Korea looks like it’s been filled with water and floating boats with blinking light...

Updated : 2014.11.05 20:36

North Korean paintings on display in London

LONDON (AFP) ― North Korea’s embassy in Britain offered the public rare access this week to an exhibition featuring four socialist realism artists and their takes on classic London cityscapes as par...

Updated : 2014.11.05 20:36

Simplicity and space explored in Judd exhibit

Simple, abstract sculptural objects by American artist Donald Judd are on display in Seoul, shedding light on one of the most significant artists of the postwar period. Though widely associated with m...

Updated : 2014.11.03 20:21