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BWW Review: Carly Mensch's NOW CIRCA THEN at the Silver Meteor Gallery BWW Review: Carly Mensch's NOW CIRCA THEN at the Silver Meteor Gallery
by Peter Nason - August 12, 2016

The talents of Nick Hoop and Marlene Peralta are showcased in this comedy-drama.... (more...)
BWW Review: SHADOWLAND Lights Up Melbourne This Winter BWW Review: SHADOWLAND Lights Up Melbourne This Winter
by Victoria Beal - August 12, 2016

Lights up on a scattered stage and one lonely girl walking slowly towards centre stage. Such an unassuming entrance for what became a spectacular evening of impressive feats of the human body and ingenious light illusions. A glorious combination of theatre and visual art.... (more...)
BWW Review: Artworks, Music and Dance Offer an Immersive experience in BIRD/FISH in the Commemoration Church Hall at #NAF16 BWW Review: Artworks, Music and Dance Offer an Immersive experience in BIRD/FISH in the Commemoration Church Hall at #NAF16
by David Fick - July 05, 2016

The first Standard Bank Ovation Award winner of the 2016 National Arts Festival in Grahamstown, BIRD/FISH, is a solo exhibition by Kristin NG-Yang.... (more...)
Exhibitions of the Week: Living in Extravagance with Isaac Mizrahi at the Jewish Museum, Studio Job at the MAD Exhibitions of the Week: Living in Extravagance with Isaac Mizrahi at the Jewish Museum, Studio Job at the MAD
by Patrick Kennedy - June 23, 2016

Two recent shows explore the intersections of art, fashion, design, and sheer outlandishness.... (more...)
BWW Review: MARJANI FORTE-SAUNDERS Combines Nightmarish Images To Little Effect in being Here.../this time BWW Review: MARJANI FORTE-SAUNDERS Combines Nightmarish Images To Little Effect in being Here.../this time
by Juan Michael Porter II - May 26, 2016

Ms. Forte-Saunders has created an evening of misery that blocks any discourse beyond the bleak. If her intent was to wield art as a blunt instrument with which to hammer home her point, then she has certainly succeeded. The tragedy therein is that she could have done much more. Hers is a ferocious i... (more...)
Exhibitions of the Week: Japanese Art, Then and Now at the Asia Society and MoMA Exhibitions of the Week: Japanese Art, Then and Now at the Asia Society and MoMA
by Patrick Kennedy - May 05, 2016

Two showcases show how Japanese masters used set aesthetic principles to discover an array of creative possibilities.... (more...)
BWW Review: 7th Annual Columbus Creative Industry Mixer - Uniting the Who's-Who of Creatives in Hollywood Style BWW Review: 7th Annual Columbus Creative Industry Mixer - Uniting the Who's-Who of Creatives in Hollywood Style
by Christina Mancuso - April 16, 2016

The 7th Annual Columbus Creative Industry Mixer (CCIM) by Matthew Roharik was held this year at Park Street Cantina, where the red carpet was rolled out for the 'Movie Night Premier' theme, uniting all the top creative enthusiasts, including artists, designers, stylists, models, photographers, talen... (more...)
Exhibitions of the Week: The Art of Amusement with Fischli and Weiss at the Guggenheim, Marcel Broodthaers at MoMA Exhibitions of the Week: The Art of Amusement with Fischli and Weiss at the Guggenheim, Marcel Broodthaers at MoMA
by Patrick Kennedy - April 14, 2016

Two major retrospectives offer insights on art, everyday life, and the clever intersection of the two.... (more...)
Mental Health Charities fundraiser - #nofilter, Cocktails & Art event Mental Health Charities fundraiser - #nofilter, Cocktails & Art event
by Barry Lenny - April 08, 2016

#nofilter's art exhibition; The Asylum Room, exhibits the works of South Australian artists and the broader community.... (more...)
BWW Review: Butoh Artist VANGELINE Collaborates with Contortionist JONATHAN NOSAN BWW Review: Butoh Artist VANGELINE Collaborates with Contortionist JONATHAN NOSAN
by Juan Michael Porter II - April 05, 2016

As executed by Vangeline (who defines her work as rooted in Japanese Butoh while carrying it into the future), Butoh enhances commonplace moments riddled throughout a framework of ornate scenarios. Working from a script of staged tableaux that explore the lengths to which an abject man will go to wi... (more...)
BWW Review: The Brooding Mastery of Edvard Munch at the Neue Galerie BWW Review: The Brooding Mastery of Edvard Munch at the Neue Galerie
by Patrick Kennedy - March 28, 2016

In MUNCH AND EXPRESSIONISM, the virtuoso Norwegian artist and his younger followers turn the Neue Galerie into a modernist dreamscape, one painting at a time.... (more...)
BWW Review: CULTURAL CRUSH DELIVERS LITERARY LOVE-IN at The Art Gallery Of NSW BWW Review: CULTURAL CRUSH DELIVERS LITERARY LOVE-IN at The Art Gallery Of NSW
by Brodie Paparella - March 18, 2016

If you could interview one living person in the litany of Australian creative gems, who would you choose?... (more...)
BWW Review: ADELAIDE FRINGE 2016: #NOFILTER Is One Of The Most Incredible Pieces That You Will Ever See BWW Review: ADELAIDE FRINGE 2016: #NOFILTER Is One Of The Most Incredible Pieces That You Will Ever See
by Barry Lenny - March 16, 2016

I see no reason why this should not tour overseas and, in fact, it should.... (more...)
BWW Review: NUREYEV'S EYES Takes Stage at Delaware Theatre Company BWW Review: NUREYEV'S EYES Takes Stage at Delaware Theatre Company
by Rosanne DellAversano - March 11, 2016

What does it take to paint one of the greatest male ballet dancers of the 20th century? One can surmise, a talented artist. But, what if the task of painting an icon became a challenge between capturing the dancer in motion and becoming conscious of the motion of the dancer?... (more...)
BWW Review: TO THE MOON AND BACK Exposes A Cruel and Senseless Travesty of Justice BWW Review: TO THE MOON AND BACK Exposes A Cruel and Senseless Travesty of Justice
by Herbert Paine - February 29, 2016

TO THE MOON AND BACK is documentarian Susan Morgan Cooper's chilling expose of the travesty that has placed 259 children and their prospective parents in excruciating limbo. The story is as unnerving and convoluted as a byzantine plot. The result is a powerful cry for justice.... (more...)
BWW Review: THE HUMAN FACE OF BIG DATA Unveils The Blessings and Threats of The Digital Exhaust BWW Review: THE HUMAN FACE OF BIG DATA Unveils The Blessings and Threats of The Digital Exhaust
by Herbert Paine - February 27, 2016

Sandy Smolan's documentary, THE HUMAN FACE OF BIG DATA, tackles one of the most complex and pervasive megatrends of our time, and the result is a provocative and remarkably well-balanced examination of the benefits and potential perils of technology's progeny.... (more...)
BWW Review: The Sun Also Rises on Master Actors In SILVER SKIES BWW Review: The Sun Also Rises on Master Actors In SILVER SKIES
by Herbert Paine - February 26, 2016

SILVER SKIES is one doozy of a delightful and heartwarming film with a cast (no exaggeration!) to live for. Written, produced and directed by Rosemary Rodriguez and screening at this year's Sedona International Film Festival, the flick features bravura performances by a stellar group of veteran acto... (more...)
BWW Review: THE ATAXIAN, Powerful and Inspiring : The Life Well Lived Is The Life Well Raced BWW Review: THE ATAXIAN, Powerful and Inspiring : The Life Well Lived Is The Life Well Raced
by Herbert Paine - February 25, 2016

In the rear view mirror of life, we may encounter individuals who surpass our expectations of human will and endurance and inspire us with their selflessness and courage. Consider THE ATAXIAN that rear view mirror and Kyle Bryant that epic hero. The documentary, directed by Kevin Schlanser and Zack ... (more...)
BWW Review: REPARATION Seethes With Suspense - An Intensely Gripping Redemption Tale BWW Review: REPARATION Seethes With Suspense - An Intensely Gripping Redemption Tale
by Herbert Paine - February 24, 2016

The force and power of indie film REPARATION resides in the seamlessness and masterful editing with which director Kyle Ham has weaved together multiple themes in the context of a riveting psychological thriller. It is a taut, gut-wrenching, and edge-of-the-seat experience. Marc Menchaca and Jon Hue... (more...)
BWW Review: Dark Shadows Surrender to Love's Light in HYBRIDS BWW Review: Dark Shadows Surrender to Love's Light in HYBRIDS
by Herbert Paine - February 23, 2016

Director Tony Randel has a sure eye for comic effect and gives free rein to his ensemble to mug it up for the camera in Tony Schweikle's campy and rib-tickling HYBRIDS, to be screened at the 22nd Annual Sedona International Film Festival.... (more...)
BWW Review: NOW MORE THAN EVER: THE HISTORY OF CHICAGO Pays Tribute To The Rock Band's Living Legacy BWW Review: NOW MORE THAN EVER: THE HISTORY OF CHICAGO Pays Tribute To The Rock Band's Living Legacy
by Herbert Paine - February 22, 2016

Peter Pardini's meticulously detailed documentary, NOW MORE THAN EVER: THE HISTORY OF CHICAGO, is a classic tribute to the iconic 'rock band with horns,' delivering a candid and intimate portrait of the young men who, in 1967, embarked on a journey of extraordinary musical innovation and today are l... (more...)
BWW Review: BURNING BODHI: The Tale's More Scattered Than The Ashes BWW Review: BURNING BODHI: The Tale's More Scattered Than The Ashes
by Herbert Paine - February 18, 2016

Messages of forgiveness and redemption get diluted in a clutter of subplots in Matthew McDuffie's indie film, BURNING BODHI. It's the revealing performances of Kaley Cuoco and Cody Horn that merit attention and applause.... (more...)
BWW Review: LOOK AGAIN Is A Look Well Worth Taking BWW Review: LOOK AGAIN Is A Look Well Worth Taking
by Herbert Paine - February 17, 2016

Canadian writer and director Daniel O'Connor casts a laserlike lens on human nature in LOOK AGAIN, a whimsical and endearing film that has its central character looking at life through a mystical set of white-rimmed glasses and discovering that not all is as it seems. Featuring Anand Rajaram and a s... (more...)
BWW Interview: Stellavie, Subtle and Streamlined Printmaking BWW Interview: Stellavie, Subtle and Streamlined Printmaking
by Patrick Kennedy - December 17, 2015

A recent interview with Steffen Heidemann and Viktoria Klein, the minds behind Hamburg-based printmaker Stellavie.... (more...)
BWW Review: Art for the Home - The Transcendent Printmaking of Stellavie BWW Review: Art for the Home - The Transcendent Printmaking of Stellavie
by Patrick Kennedy - December 14, 2015

Fine art prints, brought to you by a rising Hamburg-based firm.... (more...)

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