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The Big Curator, Bad Renoir, Mapping Time Travel, and Lucas Returns to Director’s Chair

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  FLAG Art’s “Size DOES Matter” exhibition curated by Shaquille O’Neal (yes, THAT, Shaquille O’Neal) opens at their New York gallery this Friday. (Animal)   Have all the various forms of time travel in movies over the years twisted your little brain into a Gordian knot? This infographic might just help. (Good)   Attention, all you Pacific Northwest hipsters: Vampire ... Read More »

Endangered Soviet Sites, “Vacation” Reboot, and Getting to Cuba Legally

  Twenty years after the fall of the U.S.S.R., Soviet landmarks in Moscow including the Mayakovskaya metro station, Lenin’s tomb, and The Melnikov House (pictured above) are in disrepair and under threat of disappearing forever. (Guardian UK)   Like James Bond, Clark Griswold of “National Lampoon’s Vacation” is the latest iconic movie hero to undergo a dark, edgy “reboot”. (Cinematical) ... Read More »

Art in Transit: Van Gogh Goes Down Under as Picasso and Pals Head to Cuba

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  For a couple of dead fellows, they do get around. News from the art world has masterpieces by two of Museyon’s favorites headed to new climes. First, a selection of 112 works from Paris’ renowned Musée D’Orsay are currently on display at the National Gallery of Australia in Canberra, including Paul Gauguin’s “Tahitian Women on the Beach” (1891) and ... Read More »

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