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Giving avant-gardism the bird

Okay, I know what you’re thinking. That mischievous three-year old got into the paint-set again. She dipped her fingers in a couple of different colors and splat them on the canvas in random twirls. You’ll probably buy a $10 bright blue frame using your Amazon Prime account and put this in it. That way, she can laugh at her artistic proclivities when she’s older and has moved onto drawing female nudes in exquisite detail.

Bing Concert Hall showcases Warhol and Cunningham’s multimedia artistic collaboration

On Monday night, Stanford Live hosted an evening show at Bing Concert Hall exploring collaborations between the artists Andy Warhol and Merce Cunningham. The multimedia showcase featured a film recording of Cunningham’s dance performance “RainForest” (1968) and an exhibition of Warhol’s art installation “Silver Clouds” (1966), which appeared in the dance film.