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New Stay in touch. The ongoing catalog of contemporary art, now in its fourth volume Think of this tome as a global go-round of the world's most influential galleries: if it's hot in the art world today, it's in this book. Emerging artists are featured alongside established greats like Chuck Close, David Hockney, or Brice Marden. A to Z entries on more than 100 artists include images of important recent work, an introductory text, and a short exhibition history with bibliographical information. The illustrated appendix collects contact details for the galleries representing the artists as well as auction results of the last few years. Bonus: a special feature focusing on the art boom in Eastern Asia, with essays by Karen Smith on the contemporary art scenes in Beijing and Shanghai, and by Colin Chinnery on the postwar art-historical developments between China, Japan, and Korea. Conversations with leading curators from Seoul and Tokyo throw a light on the current developments in these cities, while a small art guide of the region's metropolises in the appendix can serve as a guide to the must-see venues for travellers or browsers through the World Wide Web. Featured artists: Adel Abdessemed, Ai Weiwei, Doug Aitken, Allora & Calzadilla, Darren Almond, David Altmejd, Francis Alÿs, Cory Arcangel, Tauba Auerbach, John Baldessari, Matthew Barney, Georg Baselitz, Karla Black, Cosima von Bonin, Monica Bonvicini, Cecily Brown, Glenn Brown, Andre Butzer, Cai Guo-Qiang, Maurizio Cattelan, Chuck Close, George Condo, Tacita Dean, Nathalie Djurberg, Peter Doig, Marlene Dumas, Olafur Eliasson, Elmgreen & Dragset, Urs Fischer, Fischli & Weiss, Walton Ford, Gunther Forg, Tom Friedman, Katherina Fritsch, Cyprien Gaillard, Theaster Gates, Luis Gispert, Douglas Gordon, Mark Grotjahn, Subodh Gupta, Andreas Gursky, Rachel Harrison, Mona Hatoum, Richard Hawkins, Arturo Herrera, Charline von Heyl, Damien Hirst, Thomas Hirschhorn, David Hockney, Carsten Holler, Thomas Houseago, Gary...
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While this television season has brought audiences several anticipated new series, it’s also signified the end of the road for some long-running favorites. By this point, many networks have already revealed which titles on their respective line-ups are getting renewed and which will not be back for another season. Here are 10 popular shows that won’t return to TV in 2017. 1. Mike & Molly Just a week after the show’s sixth season premiere in January, CBS announced that it would not be bringing Mike & Molly back for any more seasons. Television, which ends after its current season. The sitcom concluded its 13-episode sixth and final season in May. The Good Wife CBS’s drama may be a critical darling, but its seventh season opened pretty soft. The show garnered a 1. 2 rating in its October premiere, and though it did draw 9. 25 million viewers, those numbers are only so-so for CBS. With ratings kind of up and down since and the official departure of its showrunners announced earlier this year, it seemed clear the show was about ready for its curtain call. CBS made the cancellation official in February, announcing its current seventh season will also be its last.
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Matthew Rauch is an actor and writer, known for The Wolf of Wall Street (2013), No Reservations (2007) and Banshee (2013). See full bio » Represent Matthew Rauch ...
Matthew Rauch Upped To Regular On ‘Banshee’; Casey LaBow ...
Longtime recurring Matthew Rauch has been promoted to regular for the upcoming fourth season of Cinemax's drama series Banshee. Rauch first appeared as Clay Burton in ...
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Matthew Rauch is an American actor. He plays the character Clay Burton on Banshee and joinned the first season and was recurring through second, third season.
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