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Bend Us, Flexus

Gee whiz, the kids grow up fast! Hard to believe Fluxus is 50 already. Flux who? Even though begun half a century ago, there are still those who haven’t yet experienced Fluxus, the playful, boundary- breaking neo Dadaist movement made … Continue reading

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There Are Places I Remember

We are at a train station, looking at the back of a woman  sitting on her valise, waiting. Alongside her are newspaper drop boxes: the New York Post and the Trentonian calling out “Mother’s Day Blood Bath.” In another photograph, … Continue reading

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Tonight!

Watch the documentary, George Segal: American Still Life, on NJN  at 8 p.m. (Also, read my story about his daughter, Rena Segal, here, and see a past blog post about George Segal here.) George Segal loved the real world. “I … Continue reading

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Casting the Human Condition

A documentary on American artist George Segal will be screened Aug. 18 at 7 p.m. at the Princeton Public Library. “George Segal: American Still Life” uses interviews with family members and colleagues as well as archival footage of the late … Continue reading

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Going Nowhere

“Going Nowhere” is not the state I’m in, but the title of the installation, at left, by Princeton-based artist Frances Heinrich who is exhibiting Narrative Art: What Happened? at the Watchung Arts Center, 18 Stirling Road, Watchung, through May 1. … Continue reading

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