Eric Clapton’s blues, a dance version of “The Great Gatsby” and a new wine festival are among Muse’s arts and leisure recommendations for London this weekend.
It was impossible to be a Dadaist in New York, Man Ray believed, because the city itself was the epitome of manic, anarchic Dada.
F. Scott Fitzgerald famously remarked that there are no second acts in American lives.
BP Plc, which last year caused the U.S.’s worst-ever oil spill, today pledged another 10 million pounds ($15.5 million) to four cultural institutions for the next five years.
The editors and writers for Bloomberg’s Muse arts and culture section chose their favorite moments of 2012. Here they are, led off by Executive Editor Manuela Hoelterhoff:
Here we go again.
Andy Warhol famously predicted that everybody would enjoy 15 minutes of fame in the modern age.
A communal campfire tent goes up in the courtyard of London’s Victoria & Albert Museum late today.
Image manipulation is a news story, and a scandal, in the 21st century.
Sometimes, only after an artist has died can you see their work as a whole. That’s certainly the case with Lucian Freud.