An anthology is in early development over at Modern Mythology , exploring the conundrums of identity, persona and presentation in the arts through the lives of four unique figures: Yukio Mishima, David Bowie, Hunter S. Thompson, and Aleister ... Disinformation, 1 month ago
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Faubion Bowers (191799), a graduate of Columbia University and Julliard Graduate School of Music, was on his way to Java to explore the music there when he stopped in Japan and accidentally found kabuki. That was in the late 1930s, a few years ...Japan Focus, 1 hour ago
Region: USA Theme: Culture, Society & History Did Bob Dylan deserve the Nobel Prize for Literature? Not to those who feel that an award for literature cannot be based on writing popular music songs and publishing a book on prose poetry. While ...Global Research, 4 days ago
Kudos to Kudo: Butoh artist Taketeru Kudo takes the M'sian stage with his solo performance, A Vessel of Ruins
Top butoh artiste Taketeru Kudo brings new fire to the performing art, writes BUTOH can either fascinate or confuse. It's a hard-to-pin-down genre since the dance movements are openly fluid and organic. But for Taketeru Kudo, he took up the butoh ...New Straits Times, 5 days ago
Nina Stemme and Stuart Skelton reached the stratosphere of Wagner performance. Credit Illustration by Rui Tenreiro Contrary to popular belief, Tristan und Isolde does not end with a Liebestod , or love-death. In the final minutes of the opera, ...New Yorker, 1 week ago
Surely Malcolm Williamson represented the ultimate process of career self-destruction possible in a culture which had never experienced suicide-bombers. When he died in 2003 after decades of public alcoholism, erotic lunacy, and creative decline, ...Spectator Australia, 3 weeks ago
Novelist Shin Kyung-sook is in hot water again after being accused of plagiarizing parts of her bestselling tear-jerker "Please Look After Mom." Essayist Oh Gil-sun has filed a suit against Shin and her publisher Changbi seeking W100 million from ...Digital Chosun, 1 month ago
The Ordeal by Roses series by Eikoh Hosoe, a pioneer of Japanese experimental photography. ( Photo provided to China Daily) Photography's purpose is to capture slices of life and freeze them for eternity on paper. And, with new technology, artists ...China Daily Asia, 1 month ago
Photography's purpose is to capture slices of life and freeze them for eternity on paper. And, with new technology, artists have moved beyond realistic depictions to monologues through photography. Pretend to Be Romantic, an exhibition at ...CHINAdaily USA, 1 month ago
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Over 60 percent of people who stammer have suffered harassment or discrimination at school or in the workplace, according to a survey conducted by the Mainichi Shimbun in collaboration with groups supporting those with a stutter. Nearly 70 ...Mainichi Daily News, 2 months ago
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