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rag & bone blog: Sinatra: An American Icon

Sinatra: An American Icon

This year marks the centennial celebration of Frank Sinatra, one of America's greatest ever performing artists.
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rag & bone blog: Alex Da Corte: Die Hexe

Alex Da Corte: Die Hexe

Alex Da Corte's current solo exhibition, Die Hexe, welcomes visitors to "an implausible cross between a dollhouse and a haunted house" at Luxembourg & Dayan.
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rag & bone blog: Herb Ritts

Herb Ritts

Bostonians and those visiting the city over the coming months, stop by the Museum of Fine Arts to take in Herb Ritts.
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rag & bone blog: South by Southwest 2015

South by Southwest 2015

Now in its 28th year, South by Southwest has established itself as the premier setting to unite emerging and established talent from the realms of music, film and technology.
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rag & bone blog: Laurie Simmons: How We See

Laurie Simmons: How We See

This March, photographer, filmmaker and artist Laurie Simmons brings six new works to the Jewish Museum in "How We See."
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rag & bone blog: Arthur Elgort: The Big Picture

Arthur Elgort: The Big Picture

Arthur Elgort, known for forever changing the face of fashion photography with his "snapshot" style photos, celebrates his luminated 50 year career with his first comprehensive work, Arthur Elgort: The Big Picture.
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rag & bone blog: Sundance Film Festival 2015

Sundance Film Festival 2015

Sundance Film Festival, the foremost independent film festival, kicks off the movie calendar today with over 123 films on the docket. Read on to discover some of our most anticipated...
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rag & bone blog: Fish in the Dark

Fish in the Dark

Larry David, the comedic mastermind behind Curb Your Enthusiasm and co-creator of Seinfeld, is set to make his Broadway debut as both actor and playwright this year in Fish in the Dark.
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rag & bone blog: The Houston Project - Rainer Judd

The Houston Project - Rainer Judd

Rainer Judd, daughter of late artist Donald Judd, has been compiling personal journals since she was just 11 years old. For the latest installation of the Houston Project, she will post a selection of eight entries from these journals with a new entry going up each week over two months.
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