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2019年2月13日 星期三

Lin-Manuel Miranda Shows Off His Early Work, Bringing Back ‘Freestyle Love Supreme’

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February 13, 2019  
       
 
Lin-Manuel Miranda Shows Off His Early Work, Bringing Back 'Freestyle Love Supreme'
Seeing Freestyle Love Supreme, the rap-improv troupe that Miranda founded in college, will give you a new understanding of the phenomenon known as 'Hamilton.'
By David Cote
 
 
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Why the New York City Set on Paramount's Backlot Is About to Get a Creative Makeover
The first edition of Frieze L.A. at Paramount Studios will see the motion picture powerhouse's NYC set transformed by artistic interventions.
By Mariana Fernandez
 
 
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George Michael's Incredible Art Collection Is Going Up for Auction at Christie's
George Michael amassed a stunning art collection of more than 200 works during his lifetime, but not all of it will be sold for the astronomical prices you might think.
By Helen Holmes
 
 
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The Largest Collection of Japanese Prints in the US Is Moving House
Ronin Gallery, one of the leading sellers of Japanese prints with the largest collection in the US, will move into Bryant Park's Engineer's Club building.
By Daniel Grant
 
 
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A Digital Art Curator on Why the Aging Medium Still Isn't Understood
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