Month: September 2011


Art Notes from Monaco 2011

        BY DAVID SHILLING   Visit Monaco and you expect to see glimpses of a Royal court of Europe in action, but this year Monaco offers the opportunity to see highlights from 20 Royal Courts of Europe in an exhibition which is the first of its kind. […]


City and Country: The Art of Lisa Breslow

In oils, watercolors and monotypes, this artist conveys her unique vision of the world. By Sara Evans   There is a profound mystery at the heart of Lisa Breslow’s work, an uncanny ability to draw the viewer into her visual world. I first saw her paintings in a Tonalist retrospective […]

Museum Show

Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami Exhibition Schedule 2011-2012

Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami Exhibition Schedule 2011-2012   Knight Exhibition Series September 23 – November 13, 2011 The artists in this exhibition use playful tactics to confront, alter and inhabit existing societal structures.  By shifting their artistic practices, the artists operate as active agents, employing curatorial, administrative, and […]

Museum Show

The Patty & Jay Baker Naples Museum of Art

The Patty & Jay Baker Naples Museum of Art celebrates its 12th season in 2011-12 with a spectacular, wide-ranging line-up featuring work by Edgar Degas, Louise Nevelson, Steve Tobin and many others. The museum opens for the season on Saturday, October 1.   2011-12 SEASON EXHIBITIONS   The monumental nature-based […]


Star Power

No less than seven new productions highlight the new season at the Metropolitan Opera BY SARA EVANS   F  or us New Yorkers, regardless of what the calendar says, the New Year actually starts in September. School starts. People flock back to the city from the Hamptons and the Berkshires. […]


Flagler’s Last Stand

The Casa Marina, Key West’s Grand Hotel, is a gorgeous reminder of a bygone era. BY SARA EVANS here is an incredible romance to places the lie at land’s end, Down East Maine, the Cape of Good Hope, Norway’s North Cape, Cap Finistere.  And none of them is more special […]



Jewelry designed by an artist with a painters eye and a poet’s sensitivity!   A rt permeates the life and work of jeweler Marianne Hunter of Rancho Palos Verdes, California. It imbues her one-of-a-kind creations with a depth that transcends mere ornamentation. Throughout her acclaimed career, Hunter has brought a […]