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Life Like: Sculpture, Color, and the Body by Cynthia Eardley
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A historical survey of figurative sculpture.

Life Like: Sculpture, Color, and the Body by Cynthia Eardley
Life Like1

A historical survey of figurative sculpture.

Matt Porterfield by Steve Macfarlane
I Used to Be Darker

Filmmaker Matt Porterfield discusses the degrees of accessibility of his films and the process behind his most recent project I Used to Be Darker.

Sleep Walking by Erik Benson
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A selection of images from painter Erik Benson’s newest series, Sleep Walking, as well as stop-motion video showing a painting in progress.

Dirty Realism: Reichardt on Ice by Annie Dewitt
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Annie Dewitt reviews Kelly Reichardt’s new film, Wendy and Lucy.

Péter Nádas by Davis Kovacs
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A scholar not only of literature, but of culture, horticulture, and above all the human body and its communications, Nádas presents a picture of temperament and elegance in the great tradition of the European intellectual.

Sarah Ruhl by Paula Vogel
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“I come into the theater wanting to feel and think at the same time… That is the pinnacle of a great night at the theater.”

Visible Evidence by Suzan Sherman
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My father was a documentary film editor for 35 years. 

Catherine Murphy by Francine Prose
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Francine Prose, author of the novel Hunters and Gatherers, delves into realism and the real act of painting time with figurative painter Catherine Murphy.

Charles Ray by Paul Dickerson
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Sculptors Charles Ray and Paul Dickerson go beyond studio talk in a peripatetic stroll through museums, lunch at the Carlyle and a cab ride.

Mary Ellen Mark by Allen Frame
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“I don’t like to think of myself as a photojournalist. I’m a documentary photographer. I photograph reality.”

Terry Kinney by Craig Gholson
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Terry Kinney, a founding member of the Steppenwolf Theatre Company, talks about his play, Brilliant Traces, and why he prefers acting over directing.

Jörg Immendorff by Heidrun Reshöft
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Heidrun Roshöft conveys the most formative experiences in Jörg Immendorff’s life … from artistic isolation in West Germany, a camaraderie with fellow German artist A. R. Penck, to the development of the Café Deutschland series.

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