Posts Tagged ‘Roy Lichtenstein’

ToDo ToDay: Dizzy Miss Lizzie’s Roadside Revue! Reubens!

Few shows reviewed last summer on Washington City Paper’s Fringe & Purge blog received the high praise awarded to Dizzy Miss Lizzie’s Roadside Revue. “Just go already,” said our critic. “Dizzy Miss Lizzie [is] alchemical Fringe rock ‘n’ roll magic [genius], and there’s no reason to miss [it].” Tonight, Dizzy Miss Lizzie reprises its 2012 Fringe [...]

This Week In WCP Arts: Good Night, Warehouse

This week's arts section opens with Jonathan L. Fischer's story on the Warehouse, a crucial venue for electronic and otherwise underground music in D.C., that was recently forced to shut down after a shooting. It's not clear whether there's another space can fill the niche Warehouse did—there aren't many places in this town you can [...]

Arts Roundup: We Want New Plays! Edition

What happened to all those new plays we were supposed to be seeing at Arena's Kogod Cradle? [Post]
Corcoran is talking to the National Gallery of Art and George Washington University about its future sustainability [Washington City Paper]
Unpacking some of the big, bleak themes in DruidMurphy's hugely anticipated three-play series at the Kennedy Center this week [...]

Arts Roundup: 24 Hour Party People Edition

Garry Winogrand and Roy Lichtenstein retrospectives coming to National Gallery of Art in 2014. [Style Blog]
Georgetown University Professor and Pulitzer Prize jurist Maureen Corrigan is ticked off the annual prize declined to honor a work of fiction this year. [Post]
Lumen8Anacostia, this time in video form [Pink Line]
On D.C., the 24-hour city that wasn't. [Young & [...]

What Happened in Washington

A few weeks ago, "Happenings: New York, 1958-1963" opened at one of Pace Gallery's 25th Street locations in lower Manhattan. It's an exhibition of photographs, objects, and film from the various "happenings" created by the art faculty of Rutgers University and artists living in downtown New York during that period: Red Grooms, Lucas Samaras, Jim Dine, [...]

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