Posts Tagged ‘Art’

“Everyone He Photographed That Day Became Famous”: Philip Glass Talks About His Friend Chuck Close

Philip Glass has spent the last four decades as one of the most versatile, prolific, and adventurous composers in the world. His body of work includes more than 20 operas (Einstein on the Beach and The Voyage among them), and film scores ranging from The Hours to the Qatsi trilogy (unimaginable without his music) to [...]

F. Lennox Campello Compiles List of 100 D.C. Artists, but Where’s Mingering Mike?

F. Lennox Campello—D.C. artist, art critic, and keeper of an indispensable art-news blog—is working on a book tentatively titled 100 Washington Artists that will be published in 2011 by Schiffer Books. Over the weekend, he revealed which artists made the cut.
Lists! Always somewhat arbitrary! Always fun to debate! And this one—which features artists veteran and [...]