Drama review: Over the brink

Published on April 18th, 2014 | by Kevin T. McEneaney

The three most remarkable European anti-war works from the First World War remain Erich Maria Remarque’s All Quiet on the Western Front, Jaroslav Hašek’s The ... Read More


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Darlene Charneco’s magical maps

Published on April 18th, 2014 | by Carola Lott

In her extraordinary images now on view at the Tremaine Gallery at Hotchkiss, Darlene Charneco examines the way our memories are stored and retrieved. Through ... Read More


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Glyphs of communication

Published on April 18th, 2014 | by Carola Lott

According to David Kaufmann, two of mankind’s most defining traits are his use of tools and his need to record, store and receive information. In ... Read More


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Music review: Sinuous warring chords at Bard

Published on April 18th, 2014 | by Kevin T. McEneaney

Sō Percussion presented its third annual concert of contemporary avant garde music the first weekend of April. Steve Reich’s Mallet Quartet (2009), commissioned by Sō ... Read More


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Music review: Musical rebirth at Bard

Published on April 18th, 2014 | by Kevin T. McEneaney

A weekend in old Vienna?  That’s what the American Symphony Orchestra under the energetic baton of Leon Botstein offered this past weekend at Bard’s Sosnoff ... Read More


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Italian Futurism at the Guggenheim

Published on April 4th, 2014 | by Carola Lott

The most comprehensive exhibition of futurist art ever held in this country can now be seen at the Guggenheim Museum until September 1. Comprised of ... Read More


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    Welcome to the TMIARTSPAGE, a new project of The Millbrook Independent. Here you will find articles, interviews and behind the scenes stories on the art world that flourishes on our Hudson Valley region and its environs. We cover a region roughly bounded by MASSMoCA and Dia, by Route 7 in Connecticut and as far West as Glimmerglass. We are mindful that shows and events in New York regularly draw us to that mecca of the arts. We cover such events as we can. We solicit listings of shows and events from galleries, museums, theaters, sponsors and artists. We see this platform as a place for arts information of all sorts, from many sources. Our own newspaper staff is small, but the arts community is large and expanding. We invite your participation in an edited format devoted to the arts community.

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