Sarah R. Lehrer-graiwer

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Concert Review

She sang through smiles: with expressive eyes, dancing eyebrows, palpitating breast, and alive fingers that would rub together and flicker

Album Review

In Want One, Rufus Wainwright has composed an intricately wrought folly, in the very best sense of the word. It

Eclectic Artistic Treasures on Mt. Auburn Street

Archibald MacLeish and Theodore Roethke—gained widespread attention. And soon, other record companies followed suit. Although the Harvard Vocarium did not

Forging a Public Trust

With funding for cultural institutions on the decline, the question of the role of museums in preserving the artifacts of

Visual Arts

The Photographs of an Idea

Mel Bochner came to New York as a 24-year-old conceptual artist in 1964 at a time when virtually no galleries

Visual Arts

Willem de Kooning: Abstractly Figurative

“Maybe I was stuck to a certain extent; I couldn’t go on. And [the figure] did one thing for me:


Last Night, a DJ Saved My Life

If you like DJs, if you like hip hop, if you like funk, if you like rock’n’roll...then Scratch Tour 2002

Visual Arts

Go Figure: Contemporary Art's Dilemma

Ambiguity often distinguishes good art from great art. By attempting to simplify the state of contemporary art into two distinct