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An English translation of the second edition of Conversations d'Emilie, which was given the award for most useful publication of by the French Academy. With an engraved frontispiece. A fifteen volume set of the satirical works of manners by Etienne de Jouy. Works not issued as a set by publisher but uniformly bound.

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Singer and Writer Rosanne Cash. The de Kooning retrospective at MoMA had the most profound impact on me in To see the entire scope of his artistic life, from the small painting he made at age 12 through the complex figures, vast abstracts and sculptures, to the sparse canvasses at the end of his life when his mind was deteriorating, was so moving, heartbreaking, inspiring… overwhelming.

I was in tears by the last few paintings. My friend Laurie Beckelman, who is friends with John Elderfield, who organized the show, arranged for a private tour. Walking through empty galleries with nothing but the art added to the impact. I feel extremely fortunate to have seen this show. Willem de Kooning, Woman, ca. Oil on canvas, 60 x 48 in. The show is on view through January 9th. Photo courtesy c-monster.

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She lives with her husband, theater director, actor, playwright and painter Andre Gregory, and their two cats, in New York City and on Cape Cod.

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The production was a collaboration with LA Opera. Photo courtesy Liz O. Baylen from the Los Angeles Times. She is also a closeted classical musician. Novelist Roger King. I enjoyed both, but it was the juxtaposition that meant most. Today it is Murakami who holds that position, with popular, realistic fantasies that excite readers around the world and are literary events. If these two writers express the zeitgeists of their times, then the zeitgeist has moved in a hundred years not only from Europe to Asia, but from fascination with how scientific thought might shape our outer world, to fascination with the magically expressed possibilities for inner transformation.

Roger King is a London-born novelist. He began writing while working as a socio-economist in poor rural areas of Africa and Asia, and has taught both creative writing and international development at universities on three continents. His fifth novel Love and Fatigue in America will be published in March. For more information, visit his website or follow him on Facebook. Artist Sabrina Gschwandtner.

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My highlight — by a long way — was the re- opening of the magnificent Islamic wing of the Met Museum which had been closed for eight years. A traditional avoidance of figurative representation in Islamic art has led to a focus on permutations and combinations of geometric-like patterning and the intertwining of Arabic calligraphy. Photo courtesy architecturetraveljournal. His compositions, which number over 90, are represented on 24 recordings and have garnered two Grammy nominations and two British Composer Awards.

Photo courtesy the Merce Cunningham Dance Company. Composed over as many days, World Piece musically illustrates the countries represented in the United Nations, with an intention to maintain peace and foster international communication among all peoples of the world. For more information about Teresa McCollough, please visit her website.

Writer Katherine Min. Seldom do you find a novel that is as bold imaginatively as it is stylistically, with as much generous and real emotional depth. Katherine Min is the author of the novel Secondhand World , published by Knopf. She currently teaches at the University of North Carolina Asheville. For more information about Katherine Min, visit her website. Mary who I met at The MacDowell Colony is a wonderful abstract painter, and I had the chance to get a gallery tour with her personally and gained a lot of insight into her process.

Wonderful work! Mary McDonnell, "Untitled," Oil on panel 44 x 30 inches, diptych. Photo courtesy marymcdonnellart. He is still playing with fire, amazing technique, spirit and love! And having Ornette Coleman join him on stage for a number was jazz heaven…. His second featured run is documented on the release, Alone at the Vanguard. For more information, visit his website. Writer Peter Ransley. The Fear Index by Robert Harris.