Tag Archives: Zimmerli

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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Back to Black

Yesterday, I went to see Starburst, the blockbuster exhibit on color photography from the 1970s at the Princeton University Art Museum. (Stay tuned for my story on this.)  I am reading the catalog foreword by Aaron Betsky, director of the … Continue reading

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The Nose Knows

In conjunction with the Metropolitan Opera’s production of The Nose, an opera by Dmitry Shostakovich based on a short story by Nikolai Gogol, the Zimmerli Art Museum is exhibiting four prints by St. Petersburg artist Viktor Vilner (born 1925) through … 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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