“I had to work hard to get mediocre.”
“Art in all cultures serves as an identity marker, a language, and a connector between its subscribers.”
Just in time for its centennial, the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra tapped Dutch conductor Otto Tausk to join as its new music director. And he is ready to leave his mark on the city.
When equipped with the right tools, working can be made easy.
Stare into the sun.
Architect Hossein Amanat was only 24 when his concept for Iran’s now-iconic Azadi Tower earned him widespread acclaim. Now he’s 74. But is he slowing down? Not a chance.
He is at once intimidating and encouraging, and it’s an alluring, enigmatic energy further complicated by his scrolling, impressive resume.
There is an uneasy acceptance in calling Wadden a weaver, compounded by the fact the works are often referred to as paintings, but it’s that very disconnect that is so compelling.
The Simons retail story began in 1840, when John Simons opened his dry goods and apparel store in Quebec City.
David Duchovny doesn’t know why he suddenly decided to take up music, only that he had always wanted to play guitar.