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Magnifique Lalique

Magnifique Lalique

By Betsy DiJulio Enchanted by Glass is, to be sure, a story about legendary designer, craftsman, and businessman, René Lalique (1860-1945), and his seemingly enchanted career that burgeoned during a time of artistic, scientific, and technological flourishing in France.  But it is also a story about thoughtful exhibition design, carefully crafted to not only present

Fall Visual Art Calendar

ART MUSEUMS   Chrysler Museum of Art (Norfolk) “Women and the Civil Rights Movement,” Through October 30 “In the Box: Brian Bress,” Through January 8 “Wendy Maruyama: The WildLIFE Project,” Through January 8 “The Agrarian Ideal,” October 7 through January 8 Permanent Collection, ongoing www.chrysler.org   Virginia MOCA (VA Beach) “Turn the Page: The First

East Meets West ‘80s Style

By Jerome Langston   Whether he is staring at the camera stoically, wearing mirrored sunglasses, or laughing with Keith Haring, Kenny Scharf, or Ann Magnuson at Danceteria, Tseng embodies the essence of the 1980s; not only its extravagant social life but also its attention to issues of identity and race. ― Amy Brandt, the Chrysler

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