Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Advertisement Supported by As contemporary artists become increasingly less present in their own work, the people who make their pieces remain unsung heroes. ByNancy Hass June 22, 2018 THE IMAGE OF the artist feverishly working alone as first light dawns through the tall, grimy windows of the atelier dies hard. No matter how monumental or unwieldy their creations, we prefer to imagine artists as solitary figures, their hands stained and raw: Rodin in his aerie in Meudon scratching at half-carved marble torsos; Bacon hunched over a giant canvas in South Kensington amid detritus; Calder in Connecticut, beavering away beneath a wave of bent wire. Reality, of course, is more crowded. Sculpture and assemblage have grown to immense proportions in recent years as the art business itself has ballooned. As new techniques, materials and computer-assisted … [Read more...] about Are Fabricators the Most Important People in the Art World?
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The author, TV star and restaurateur reveals how she makes the most of every opportunity. Nina Zipkin Published 8:00 am, Saturday, May 5, 2018 Photo: Courtesy Of Giada De Laurentiis Image 1of/1 CaptionClose Image 1 of 1 Photo: Courtesy Of Giada De Laurentiis Giada De Laurentiis Shares How She Busted Down Doors and Became a Big Name in the Food World 1 / 1 Back to Gallery In this series, Open Every Door, Entrepreneur staff writer Nina Zipkin shares her conversations with leaders about understanding what you have to offer, navigating the obstacles that will block your path, identifying opportunity and creating it for yourself and for others. For Giada De Laurentiis, her philosophy around opportunity is simple: Don’t be afraid to say yes to chances to stretch yourself. This mentality has led to her major … [Read more...] about Giada De Laurentiis Shares How She Busted Down Doors and Became a Big Name in the Food World
Driving the Day Good Sunday morning from California and Massachusetts. Donald Trump’s trip to Detroit yesterday was, by any measure, a success. He got the local press he wanted, earning the A1 headline “PRAYERS AND PROTESTS” in the Detroit Free Press, accompanied by photos of the GOP candidate kissing a baby, and clapping along to prayers in church. A1 image: http://bit.ly/2cqkWiq National press gave him credit for the effort. Yamiche Alcindor and Alex Burns, on A1 of the New York Times, wrote: “Donald J. Trump, who has campaigned for president as a blunt provocateur, dismissing complaints of racial insensitivity as political correctness, took an uncharacteristic step on Saturday: He visited a black church for the first time and tried to blend in. Flanked by a few black supporters, including Ben Carson, a former presidential candidate, and Omarosa Manigault, a former contestant on ‘The Apprentice,’ Mr. Trump cut a subdued figure here at Great Faith … [Read more...] about TRUMP’s Detroit play — Obama talks TRUMP appeal — CBS: Clinton LEADS by eight in Pennsylvania, four in North Carolina — Pope names Teresa a saint — B’DAY: Anthony Weiner
Driving the Day Good Thursday morning. Subscribe to Playbook in 90 Seconds on iTunes: http://apple.co/2f1856AStory Continued Below DONALD TRUMP is coming to D.C. this morning for an 11 a.m. meeting with President Barack Obama, but afterwards, he’s going to slip up to Capitol Hill for lunch at the Capitol Hill Club with SPEAKER PAUL RYAN and VICE PRESIDENT-ELECT MIKE PENCE at 12:30 p.m. The symbolism of coming to the White House is important for a smooth transition of power, but so is Trump’s visit to the Hill, for several reasons: -- A SIGN OF STRENGTH FOR RYAN. It’s no secret that Trump and Ryan haven’t exactly gotten along, but they’re inching closer together now. They spoke by phone twice immediately after the election, and the lunch today will be another sign that they’re readying to work together. Ryan, frankly, can use Trump’s help as he readies for an internal election for House speaker. Ryan has to run in a closed-party election next … [Read more...] about TRUMP to D.C.; meetings with OBAMA, RYAN — Who to know in the Trump transition — MCCONNELL huddles with K St — OBAMA WEST WING worried about ‘apocalypse’ — Anti-Trump protests swell — ‘TOTAL WAR’ to save Obamacare
The Democratic presidential candidates faced off on foreign policy and domestic issues for their third debate at St. Anselm College in New Hampshire on December 19, 2015. The debate was hosted by ABC News. RADDATZ: Good evening to you all. The rules for tonight are very basic and have been agreed to by all three campaigns in advance. Candidates can take up to a minute-and-a-half to respond directly to a question. For a rebuttal, for a follow-up, 45 seconds will be allowed. There are green, yellow, and red lights that each candidate will see to signal when time is running out and when they're supposed to be finished with their answers. MUIR: We will be tackling many critical issues right here tonight, and we begin with opening statements, in alphabetical order, and Secretary Clinton. CLINTON: Well, thank you. And I'm delighted to be here in New Hampshire for this debate. You know, the American president has to both keep our families safe and make the economy grow in a way that helps … [Read more...] about CBS News Logo Democratic debate transcript: Clinton, Sanders, O’Malley in New Hampshire