Archive for October, 2015

Rock and Roll … and art: Gun N’ Roses drummer shows art work at Annapolis gallery

The Guns N’ Roses drummer performed songs from the band’s album “Appetite for Destruction” in the dark with lasers on his body and drumsticks. Canvases showcasing the movement of the light comprise art work in “50,” which is on display at the Annapolis Collection Gallery this weekend.

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Howard A. Anderson Jr., ‘Star Trek’ Visual Effects Artist, Dies at 95

He received an Oscar nomination for his work on the 1967 war film ‘Tobruk.’

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German museum moves to dismiss suit over Nazi-era art buy

BERLIN (AP) — The organization overseeing Berlin’s museums says it has filed a motion to dismiss a U.S. lawsuit brought by the heirs of Nazi-era Jewish art dealers demanding the return of a medieval treasure trove worth an estimated $226 million.

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The Second World War combat photography of 80s TV director John Florea

Trading in dazzling paparazzi bulbs for the devastating blasts of grenades and missiles, the budding photographer embedded with an American platoon to capture their experience fighting the Nazis in the Second World War. At first, aboard a ship in the Pacific, the scenes were relatively jovial.

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Capsule collection from Lacoste and artist JonOne hits retail next week

JonOne and Lacoste L!ve have created a capsule collection.The French brand Lacoste has called upon the American painter and street artist John Andrew Perello, better known as JonOne, to create a ready-to-wear capsule collection. The American artist JonOne began painting when he was 17, first practicing his craft on New York subway trains. This style is showcased in a collaboration between JonOne and Lacoste L!ve, Lacoste's young contemporary line, for the Fall-Winter 2015-2016 season.


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