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Dead Blogging Andy Warhol At The Rose Art Museum

Well the Missus and I trundled out to the Rose Art Museum at Brandeis University the other day to catch Image Machine: Andy Warhol and Photography (through December 15) and, say, it was . . . interesting. From the Rose website: … Continue reading

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The Rose Is The Rose Is The Rose?

After a tumultuous two years when its very existence was in doubt, the Rose Art Museum at Brandeis University has apparently risen from the ashes and reemerged as a better version of itself. According to ArtsJournal’s CultureGrrl column by Lee … Continue reading

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Boston Globe’s Israeli Peretz-el

Editor’s note from Sunday’s Boston Globe: A May 24 story about a protest against an Israeli ambassador’s commencement speech at Brandeis University was written by a part-time correspondent who failed to disclose that he had previously editorialized in personal Internet … Continue reading

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Peretz Blasts Boston Globe

From our Late to the Party bureau: In his blog on tnr.com yesterday, Marty Peretz thoroughly sandblasted the Boston Globe for its anti-Israel bias in general and its coverage of of Sunday’s Brandeis University commencement in particular. The lede: The Globe often … Continue reading

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War Of The Roses At Rose Art Museum

There are a lot of issues around the despoiling of Brandeis University’s Rose Art Museum, but here’s my issue: Too many Roses. From a Boston Globe report headlined, “For supporters, bloom is off the Rose:” The dispute began in January … Continue reading

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Close Hoses Rose Close

From Real Clear Arts: Artists are rallying around the Rose Art Museum at Brandeis, whose collection – as I reported here recently — is still under threat of being broken up by the Administration. On May 17, Chuck Close, James Rosenquist, Frank … Continue reading

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