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Performing architecture : opera houses, theatres and concert halls for the twenty-first century

[Longhorn Review] Performing architecture : opera houses, theatres and concert halls for the twenty-first century

Material Type: All, books — Tags: architecture, falstaffpicks — Posted on April 1, 2007, 9:35 am

By: Michael Hammond

This book contains the most inspiring and simply incredible modern structures
that exist anywhere, including works by Herzog & de Meuron, who were, at one
time the architects assigned to give us our new Blanton. Ah well.

Reviewer: Adam

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Glitter and Doom: German Portraits from the 1920s

[Longhorn Review] Glitter and Doom: German Portraits from the 1920s

Material Type: All, books — Tags: falstaffpicks — Posted on March 1, 2007, 10:03 am

By: Rewald, Sabine

I saw this exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and was blown away. The
images are so real, so creepy. Through the portraits you get a true glimpse into the
mindset, attitudes and experience of Germany during the '20s. Otto Dix, Max
Beckmann, and George Grosz are just a few of the artists featured. If you did not
get to New York to see this show, you must see this exhibition catalogue.

Reviewer: Laura

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