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How Subversive Artists Made Thrift Shopping Cool

How Subversive Artists Made Thrift Shopping Cool

Aug 16
Over the past 100 years, visual artists probably deserve the most credit for thrift shopping's place in the cultural milieu.

Acro-Artists Sabine van Rensburg and Brin Schoellkopf Talk 'Passengers' US Debut

Acro-Artists Sabine van Rensburg and Brin Schoellkopf Talk 'Passengers' US Debut

By Sam Cronin | Aug 13
"Passengers" is a contemporary circus performance that blends acrobatics, theatre, illusion, music and dance that is making its US debut in September in Boston. EDGE spoke with two acro-artists about the show, and working with The 7 Fingers collective.

Bauhaus Style: Celebrating 100 Years Throughout Germany

Bauhaus Style: Celebrating 100 Years Throughout Germany

By Jill Gleeson | Aug 7
Want to discover Bauhaus design principles in the place where it was born? Head to Germany, where a full-on party for the movement, with a wide range of openings and special events, will be going strong through the end of the year.

4 Hotels with Museum-Worthy Art Collections

4 Hotels with Museum-Worthy Art Collections

By Matthew Wexler | Aug 6
Here's a look at four hotels boasting worthy collections, each located in destinations that pulsate with art and culture.

Neon Museum to Present Tim Burton Exhibit

Neon Museum to Present Tim Burton Exhibit

Jul 23
Opening October 15 and on view through February 15, 2020, Burton's exhibition, "Lost Vegas: Tim Burton @ The Neon Museum Presented by the Engelstad Foundation," will showcase original fine art.

'The Reach' Plans to Make the Kennedy Center 'Your Favorite Hangout Spot'

'The Reach' Plans to Make the Kennedy Center 'Your Favorite Hangout Spot'

By Sam Cronin | Jul 22
The Kennedy Center will be opening an expansion of ten new buildings called The Reach in September. Robert Van Leer, Sr VP of Artist Planning spoke to EDGE about the ten new spaces which will encourage public involvement in the creative process.

Gallery in Central Mexico Displays a Trove of Folk Art

Gallery in Central Mexico Displays a Trove of Folk Art

By Kim Curtis | Jul 11
It's been said that if you're not an artist when you first visit San Miguel de Allende, you'll certainly be one by the time you leave.

Judge: Andy Warhol Didn't Violate Prince Picture Copyright

Judge: Andy Warhol Didn't Violate Prince Picture Copyright

By Larry Neumeister | Jul 2
Andy Warhol transcended a photographer's copyright by transforming a picture of a vulnerable and uncomfortable Prince into an artwork that made the singer an "iconic, larger-than-life figure," a judge ruled Monday.

Museum Toasts History of California Wine

Museum Toasts History of California Wine

By Eric Risberg | Jul 1
1881 Napa, a wine history museum and tasting salon, opened this month in Oakville, about 60 miles (97 kilometers) north of San Francisco

'Toy Story 4' Repeats at No. 1 Over 'Annabelle,' 'Yesterday'

'Toy Story 4' Repeats at No. 1 Over 'Annabelle,' 'Yesterday'

Jun 30
"Toy Story 4" hung onto the top spot in its second week in theaters and the horror sequel "Annabelle Comes Home" opened in line with expectations, but the Cinderella story of the weekend was actually the third place movie: "Yesterday."

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