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NO TWEET SEATS West Yorkshire Playhouse has decided against letting patrons use internet message service Twitter on their mobile phones at the back of the auditorium during some performances.

NIC RAD’S ‘PEOPLEMATTER’ AT RARE Brooklyn-based artist Nic Rad’s exhibit ‘PeopleMatter’ is currently showing at RARE Gallery in New York City through May 8, 2010. Rad is showcasing his 18-month long project PeopleMatter, a collection of 99 painted portraits that capture a moment in the history of communication. Subjects include bloggers, journalists, and Internet “micro-celebrities,” [...]

VICTORIA AND ALBERT MUSUEM SHOWCASING GRACE KELLY’S GOWNS “Grace Kelly: Style Icon” exhibit showcasing dresses that Grace Kelly wore in screen classics such as “High Society” and “Rear Window” are going on show at the Victoria and Albert Museum.

A elusive British graffiti artist known as Banksy, has left his graffiti marks on two buildings in Los Angeles, and some say the value of the buildings he chose as his canvas may have just doubled in value. (Come paint my house please!)

DAWN MELLOR AT GALERIE GABRIEL ROLT, AMSTERDAM British artist Dawn Mellor who lives and works in London, studied at Central Saint Martins College and the Royal College of Art in London. She currently has an exhibit called ‘The Conspirators’ showing at Galerie Gabriel Rolt in Amsterdam through May 15, 2010. This is Mellor’s first solo exhibition [...]

FIONA RAE EXHIBIT AT PACE GALLERY, NYC British Artist Fiona Rae (born 1963), was one of the artists in the seminal Freeze exhibition curated by Damien Hirst in 1988. Her work was subsequently bought by Charles Saatchi and shown in the major 1997 Sensation exhibition, which brought Britart into the establishment, as it was hosted by the Royal Academy, London, before touring [...]

GEORGE CONDO EXHIBIT AT GALERIE JEROME DE NOIRMONT IN PARIS George Condo’s third solo exhibit, representing the past ten years, he has created a whole new group of paintings inspired by by characters from cartoons, 50s and 60s, whereby he mixes cartoons with abstraction.


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