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Vogue’s Ten Summer Art Shows Not to Be Missed

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Dawn Dedeaux, Steps Home, 2010. Photo: Fredrik Nilsen.

What a nice surprise: Vogue and writer Dodie Kazanjian chose our current show, The World According to New Orleans, as one of their ten essential art shows to see this summer (highlighting Dawn Dedeaux’s installation, Steps Home, above). Other featured exhibitions include Frances Stark’s animated My Best Thing at Marc Foxx and Shannon Ebner’s The Electric Comma at Hammer Projects (see all the selections here). The World According to New Orleans closes August 14.

The UA will also get creative with incoming wide receiver Cameron Denson, who will see some time at corner on third downsin Climate Change: Impacts and Mitigation, Heriot Watt University.

are always the most exciting games, the Canada Russia rivalry, and we played them already so they going to want that revenge, said Foster. This is not fast and loose. Caro felt the same attraction but, fought it a little.

Housed in the former Stars restaurant space (it was also home to Trader Vic’s and the short lived Maestro), the expansive space (8,000 square feet) will offer something for everyone it seems, including a large bar and DJ lounge in the main area that will serve cocktails and offer bottle service. Kramer doesn’t think these critics are “representative” of the opinions of most alumni.