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"barnes foundation" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:04 min | 6 months ago

"barnes foundation" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"And colleagues would have Mayfair 88 half borough, sponsored by acting Your favorite local supermarket in Philadelphia's Premier African Art Gallery is closing after more than 30 years of business. Here's Caleb. You share a day, Howard The story. I love this little place kind of kept me going since 1988 Karen Riggs, founder of Tribal Home has been the go to curator of authentic African artifacts in Philadelphia from ceremonial wardrobes, fertility statues to masks. Riggs, also known for her lectures at museums, like the Barnes Foundation, made her little Old City gallery, a place of learning teaching the history and origins of African art. Tribal home has been around for 33 years. And so it is legendary. At this point, I was determined to be different in my gallery until offer the education, origins and cultural traditions and now feeling the stress of covert 19 on business and family responsibilities. After three decades on third Street and old City, Briggs says she's ready to bow out gracefully. I'm very up close and personal when it comes to teaching on effects and would have you so it's been a little odd for me wearing Mask trying to sell a mask. Riggs says she will continue guest speaking at the Barnes Foundation Charity, Howard K. Y W News radio that seems to be in short supply these days. Good news. Here's some whole Leo has been wiped out in Africa in what medical experts are hailing it as a major milestone. Nigeria the last country on the continent to be declared polio free. I took a huge effort to reach remote and dangerous regions under threat from Islamist violence, some health workers lost their lives. But now all the Children of Africa can live without fear of this incurable disease that can paralyze for life, but which a single vaccine can't prevent. Vicki Barker, CBS NEWS London Time for money news on K would've you let's go live to Bloomberg and sake an afternoon the Larry Karofsky Good afternoon, Michelle. The stock market appears headed for a mixed a higher finish with the S and P and NASDAQ on track for the third consecutive all time highs. The Dow is off its earlier lows, but still stuck in the.

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"barnes foundation" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

07:03 min | 8 months ago

"barnes foundation" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"14 eighties all the way into the 20th century. So I urge you if you have an interest in that check out the Sotheby's auction at the end of the month or just a few days. From now of the travel maps, rare books and other in Prince Ah, and other works there. It's other bees coming up at that auction so again, and that's in London, by the way, but you can bid on the phone or Ah, Ah, life online through live auctioneers or other platforms. So you're right there, and I asked him actually, first time ever asked him this? I said, it's kind of like a trade secret. Maybe because these auction houses love to have people there. I mean, no auctioneer. And having started, you know, in the the Museum and then the art auction business in what, 1989 I know Auctioneers Love tto have a full house. They love to be able to look at people. I mean that whole banter and that relationship symbiotic relationship between auctioneer between the sales staff, the auction house staff and the people. Is very, very important. Now. I said, who usually gets these things now are the people on the floor or the people on the phones or the online bitters? And he said, it really is. He basically said it's tilting more toward the Thie phones and life on online So and I saw that myself taking place just a few years ago that transition happening So you are right there in the front row and have a very good chance of prevailing with someone bidding for you live. Maybe on the phones or just live using. I think it's called live auctioneers or some of the other platforms, and it's going to be a very exciting auction. So thanks again to Richard for that. And again, making the arts relevant forced today we never own anything really The as one auctioneer told me once. The only thing we own is debt, and that's absolutely true. We don't really own anything in terms of the arts or what's worth owning and in terms of You know, wonderful furniture or rare books, or, you know, even our house is somebody else is going to own it somewhere along the line. We hope it might be in the family. Many times. I talked to people all the time like this. My kids don't have any interest in all. It's going to go back is going to be the diaspora back out into the marketplace again. So the question is making the great decision about what's the best venue. Where's the best place to put your works where they will be cared for and loved not by the next owner, even though they call themselves that But the next custodian conservator of lovely things, of important historical things of life enhancing things, So that's what it is. We're all on this journey together, and we're all part of that provenance that the chain I would say the chain of stewardship that keeps these important works among us and now the baton has been passed to you and you run with it for a while. Enjoy it. That auction is going to be a good one. Well, let's get back to our artists. I wanted to start with Paul Cezanne Talk about the exuberant rites of spring and summer. Here's one Bay. There's at rest from 18 76 18 77. This is at the Barnes Foundation. We just talked about the barns. Just go to Baba, but I think it's just simply Barnes foundation dot org's Barnes for I B. A. R. N. E s. Barnes Foundation dot org's that wonderful museum now in the center of Philadelphia, right there with the other museums, the Philadelphia Museum of Art Historical Buildings. Downtown. Beautifully located. This is one of several great paintings by Cezanne that Dr Barnes collected back at the turn of the last century. And early in the last century invaders at rest. The sky in this catching hints of yellow blue. Even greens swiftly moving across in the background reveals below that. Unmistakeable in all of Cezanne's output, the slopes of most Victoria the dormant volcano in the south of France, where from his family's estate, his father was a wealthy banker. Ah, and they lived in excellent Provence there in southern Fan of France in Provence, and he had views of Mulsanne Victoria. He would go crawl around the country to get really good views to paint it and draw it. For many years now, this theme of bay there's of men and then also, men and women will see that also, But in this case, this sort of Arcadian going back to serve like classical themes. I've seen these men. At leisure out in the sunshine in the summer in the heat, cooling off swimming in a pond or in the river and just basically becomes an exercise imposes. This is sort of like where modern we're painting and sculpture meat because you actually think of sculptures that you've seen that look like the poses that Cezanne has plastic lei model these people in These young men just getting out of the water, The foreground greenery the trees around them. The open space the blue sky. As I said, And then that expansive landscape the dip down it was you say, level distance. We go down into a valley and then up the slopes of most Victoire. That doorman volcano that just dominates its like Mount Rainier. If you've lived out west around in the Seattle area pretty much anywhere you go on a stretch of road that gives you any of you. You're going to see Mount Rainier in the distance. This was this is the Mount Rainier of promotes anywhere. You look in an expansive landscape in this sort of big sky country. You're going to see that incredible mountain and it becomes a favorite theme of Cezanne's Now the bay. There's at rest. This one took about a year and he would work on it. He was famous like the golfer. You're putting a painting against the wall. Coming back to its six months or a year later, sometimes even longer and working on it. Ah, this theme of bay. There's in these sort of Il Easy ums. The beautiful environment free from all cares, thes timeless as I said Arcadian neo classical views. Looking like, you know, sort of like Greco Roman paradise. This will be a feature of his work to the end of the century, and it will culminate around the last years of the 19th century thing in 18 98. Lagrone venues, The Great Bay. There's where you see men and women together. Ahh nude in the foreground, A bower of trees and Cezanne, by the way, was a fabulous painter of trees. Usually we focus on is figural works. Through his career, the early ones and then later on his his, his landscapes are breathtaking. But when he specializes in giving you a really beautiful view of chestnut trees or a.

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"barnes foundation" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

09:08 min | 8 months ago

"barnes foundation" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"I get into the meat of the our meeting today. That is Derrick Stone, My very talented producer. He is looking at me through the double glass. He has been with me now for over 12 years, almost the whole time. I've been on the air. Talk about being enhanced. Derek has done that for me and Derek. It's great to see you. And I think really, Derek is the inspiration for Dorian Gray because he never changes. You and Derek. You're such an honest stalwart, wonderful person. And you know, you come from a farm. Not that many miles away from here. Your family are absolutely upstanding. I cannot imagine that you have some sort of gnarled, evil looking portrait of yourself hidden away in an attic somewhere that does the aging for you because you look just terrific. No changes from the first day we started working together. How are you? I'm doing pretty good good and have a good weekend and the show's today had been having great. I think everybody skyping sounds sounds really good. Your sport broadcast I thought was terrific. I like that. You know history, but with Ty Cobb may be the greatest athlete ever to have played. With Ah, in baseball, I guess what was with the what were his dates again? About 19 5 19 8 To what? It didn't go through into the early twenties. That I I don't know. Yeah. He played for the Detroit Tigers from 1905 to 1926. And then he played two years for the Philadelphia Athletics. Okay, 27 28. He still considered the greatest of all the and there are a lot of great Detroit hitters. But he's overall considered the greatest do would you said that I know that there are others that you really, really like from the warrior, the World War two years? Ah and after, But what do you say? I would say Ty Cobb is probably well, He's not my pick for the greatest all time Tigers player. I know many Baseball experts say he's the best, but in my mind, it's Hank Greenberg. Yes, I know you talked about him quite a bit. And you said if he had his career had not been interrupted by the war, he might very well have been the greatest hitter. You know, it was sort of abbreviated because of that, right? And he was never able to get that time, you know, playing that the other great hitters were able to like Caitlin and the others, right? Right? Yeah. Hank Greenberg. He missed about four years of playing baseball due to his military service in World War two and and he was arguably one of the greatest power hitters. In a major league baseball at the time he played. He was basically kind of taking the baton from the legendary Babe Ruth and being the greatest slugger, and in the in major league baseball, it was certain he was certainly a lot of fun to watch. I wish I would have been able to play. Wow. Well what, Derek thank you very, very much AA and talk about With baseball in the summer of the season. As Derek said earlier is about to start the 60 games that's going to start and that's really great. Finally, but with heavy hitters that I have today, we're going to be running the gamut from, say's onto the American Prendergast and also John Singer Sargent. To Picasso, Tio Matisse. Winslow Homer and others today every one of them giving us a view of summer. So I'm going to be going through this rapidly. Ah, but if you or listen to the show on computer or phone, whatever you get these images, I will give you as much information as I can so you can look at them as we are. Ah, as I'm talking about them so we can really have this be almost kind of like a dose and experience And I am taking you through various museums where these are. Ah, and you're able to see these now. One of my rules when I go to a museum and and that is with anything that it is whether it's ancient art, whether it's contemporary, whether it's mid century 20th whether it's Impressionism, post impression, whatever it isthe I look at the art first when I go into a gallery number one, I notice how the gallery has been put together. How the paintings have the sculpture. If there are multiple, you know, serve artistic, you know, media Represented. How are they integrated together? And I think of the Barnes Foundation for that pros and cons, And I absolutely love the Barnes and we cover the whole transition of that from the movement of the museum from this actual location in Along the main line outside of Philadelphia and marry in absolutely duplicating the whole interior of the museum in downtown Philadelphia, which finally was accomplished. Oh, gosh, we covered it here on the show must have been about 10 years ago. And we covered that like twice with the curator, Sze involved with that, and it has been one of the most successful major movements of a museum to a new location. I would say that I can remember and and a much smaller level would be the Norman Rockwell Museum in Stockbridge, Massachusetts from this basically talent, tiny little townhouse studio where he worked. To the large museum. That's there there just outside of town. But the barn's on a much larger scale. Duplicating that as beautifully as they did is incredible. But you have all sorts of Artmedia arranged together in the same galleries, and some people like it Some people, don't they go to I want to see paintings. Basically, they just want to see paintings on the wall. Barnes's aesthetic was very, very different with the people. He was in touch with Dewey, the educator about how people and this is very important about where we're going to be talking about today, particularly with post Impressionism. The ongoing science If you will of how people understand how they perceive how they perceive color, how they take in information Now, this is something that's very, very important in museum education. Today. It is ongoing. We're going to touch on it. Where it concerns. Uh, George Sarah. In the colors of post Impressionism in the foes briefly today, But we'll be going into it more detail with a guest, probably in the near future since I said the word guest I wanted to say thank you again. A Richard factory any of Sotheby's our wonderful guest last week. Hey, is Thie, one of the directors of the company and also the lead specialist in the maps, rare books. Photographs division of Sotheby's and I love the feature Richard in his department and his auctions, usually a summer cultural destination in our Siri's during the summer. Every year because his auctions represent one of those beautifully accessible types of venues where people who normally don't buy art at auction, if ever I think. Well, I'm priced out from, say, paintings or sculpture, or, you know really great Mid century furniture. What have you Uh, but you know what, Uh, rare books with maybe illustrated books of one kind or another, maybe travel or sporting books. You know, maps of various kinds of you know, the price ranges are everywhere. I might be able to get in and get something that's really worth owning. That is going to number one I'm gonna love looking at for years to come. It's going to make my house look more beautiful. Ah, and there's nothing like they say in the rare book industry shelf presence when you see something like that hanging on a wall or books very, very nicely arranged in built in bookshelves. There's nothing quite like it. I mean, even the the Art Deco architects incorporated, built in bookshelves in their houses, and I'm talking about the beautiful ones in France, many which don't even stand anymore. But when you look at the old photographs, the old black and white photos of these places, you see that there were books in the walls and that was important to the overall aesthetic. Richard Fat Arena staff really tap into that with the people they attract for their auctions. It's going to be one. I forget the date now It's been a week now. I should know it's it's well. Say late July, let's say about the 24th just in a few days. They're wonderful auction of of maps, sporting books, travel books, photographs from all around the world and the ones of Egypt, the Middle East and Asia are really absolutely incredible. Of of East Asia. Many of these are from explorers or people traveling relatively early on taking cameras and showing you very, very important places of worship. Capital's seaports. You see trade You see an economy in transition as Westerners air coming into it. It's their very interesting historical documents and just about everything that not just the photos, but books also running the gamut of exploration and travel. For I think the earliest one is from the late 14 hundreds, 14 eighties all the way into the 20th century. So I urge you if you have an interest in that check out the Sotheby's auction at the end of the month or just a few days..

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"barnes foundation" Discussed on Dead Celebrity

Dead Celebrity

12:44 min | 10 months ago

"barnes foundation" Discussed on Dead Celebrity

"With complex issues of gift estate entrusted taxation. Jackie also has a strong background in international state planning factor compliance and pre immigration tax. Planning thanks for joining us. Jackie Dave Bahir subjective. Today's episode is Albert C. Barnes Barnes was an American businessman best known for his massively valuable collection that he devoted most of his life to curate the nine hundred piece collection which was worth some twenty five billion dollars featured one hundred eighty-one in-laws sixty nine says on sixty matisses. Forty four Picassos and fourteen Medaglia Ottis to just give a few highlights. Barnes intensely disliked the elite Air quotes of the art world and negated his life to providing education to less fortunate. You defied convention by grouping is our peace based on aesthetics philosophical reasons instead of artists are period Andrea. Matisse said the foundation is the only place to see Harken America Dr Barnes never had children but he took great care to plan for his legacy in one thousand nine hundred eighty two created a title. Trust agreement call the trust indenture. This trust established the Barnes Foundation a charitable organization to manage his art gallery as an educational institution in Lower Merion Pennsylvania. And if that name sounds familiar. That's because it's where Kobe Bryant is cool his lengthen. These documents that was not be sold moved placed on tour or even rearranged within the gallery itself. He wanted used primarily for education but open for the public on a very limited basis. He restricted how it could be viewed when only one day a week usually and how much could be charged to see the restrictions also made it very difficult for the board of to keep the foundation profitable or at least that's what they climbed so little by little a filed corpse-eating asking for permission to change the trust. Provisions Trustees engaged in expensive litigation in court arguing that the terms of Dr Barnes's trust impossible because of the great costs needed to maintain the collection and the final blow. Came in two thousand four when a judge ruled that the Barnes Foundation which now supported by three wealthy and elite Charles Foundations and the Pennsylvania attorney general can move the entire collection to the museum district or Downtime Philadelphia right next door to the Philadelphia Museum of art for context of House offices. Barnes had once said the Philadelphia Museum of art is a house of artistic and intellectual prostitution so safe to say probably not what he wanted. So how could he wishes have been so blatantly disregarded or because of a doctrine of deviation which is a legal principle that allows court effectively rewrite a charitable trust if the purpose becomes impossible to maintain without changes. The trustees argued that there was no financially viable way to keep the art of the building. Dr Bars created for the collection could only be maintained. You'd by permitting the move and I'm sure. The allure of creating a huge tourist attraction by relocating at twenty five billion dollar Philadelphia certainly offered no motivation at all. Now there's more twisters to this story which inspired the excellent documentary the auto steel. And we're not gonNA cover them here. Our focus was just how surprisingly easy. It is to have estate planning documents and wills in particular modified overturned. So Jackie how worried should clients be about how close to the letter? Their estate putting documents will be enforced after they're gone if someone just leaves a will and everything's going outright to their beneficiaries. I think that clients can essentially rest assured as long as they've picked a a trustworthy executor that their wishes are going to be carried out. Same thing with a shorter term trust for beneficiaries. For example. You might leave your child or a younger person Entrust to a certain age. I think that you can probably guarantee who the trustee is going to be or who the trustee and potential successor will be so that you can have pretty good control over these dispositions link where clients do have to worry is especially in this area with long-term charitable dispositions. You have certain people that you're going to put in charge right after your death. Almost a hundred years later you might have an entirely different board running the organization. Different Trustees of a trust and then your vision can start to go awry if you haven't done some really careful planning. What's the difference in this situation between the will and trust and what those different instruments are supposed to do and of what they can do? They can be quite similar documents depending on the type of woman type of trust here we. In the case of Barnes we would have a a well with which essentially disposes of your estate at your death and then we have this trust which established his foundation ultimately to hold this art and carry on this educational mission. This charitable mission rather than necessarily run art museum so that's very different and also obviously Your estate isn't going to last forever. The idea is to administer an estate and have it wrapped up within a year or a few years. This other plan in which the arch foundation was held was mental last. Ideally in perpetuity are as long as possible. And I think that we should talk a little bit more about the doctrine of deviation to and how that's brought us to where we are today in terms of how have you made your wishes known to your fiduciaries how major wishes known your executor if you have a will and how have you made your wishes known to trustees if you have a trust or how we made wishes known to Charitable Corporation. That's going to continue beyond your debt. Obviously some methods making your wishes known or not going to be ultimately legally enforceable when they applied the doctrine of deviation to barnes they essentially were trying to anticipate how could most closely meet. Barnes is desired end. When circumstances changed so I think that something. That's it's important to talk to clients about is what's your ultimate goal and get that in writing. Even if it's not legally enforceable I think if Barnes have been consulted on this and someone had said well it's down to this re they're gonNA move your entire collection right next door to the Philadelphia. Museum are moving out of the suburban setting that you chose change. The way to the artwork is presented from what you designed to something that's perhaps and more accommodating to the General Public. Would you rather have moved? And your vision changed in that way or would you rather sell. Certain pieces certainly arguable. That might have said sell certain pieces or we might have come up with a different way to raise funds to keep the off foundation operating as it was one of the difficulties. When you're dealing with these plans that are intended to last in perpetuity. Right is that that's impossible along the way and you have to anticipate not just through the various scenarios that could occur over the ensuing rest of time but also the legal changes that are and all that stuff is just impossible for an estate plan to like completely for. See it in any way how good you are all. That's kind of why it's best to sort of building at certain points. Some safe spots here where where things can transfer or where where things can change a little bit in some flexibility. Because you know the only fact that you know is that things will change. You have no idea what the changes are going to be necessarily. Yeah in hindsight is twenty twenty but I think that if I were assisting with creating this plan I might ask those questions. If you're endowment runs low in years what changes would you be most okay with if changes had to be made because we never know even if someone gets a hundred million dollar endowment today the market crash could be invested in something that seems really safe at suddenly becomes unsafe or sometimes organizations are even victim of produce aries? Obviously we don't see that very often but it does happen. So how are we going to necessarily plan for all contingencies? That can happen there including running out of money to keep the operation going until depicted the night honestly in this situation despite what I just said. It's kind of the most obvious question right pure album. Barnes's stay planner and he's putting all these rules saying people can come in once a week and it can only be X. People at once and you can only charge this or it's just simple math. Look at and be like well. Rent costs this much to say like a house. It's going to work out. And would Albert Barnes of preferred to allow more people in at a time or preferred to have partnered perhaps with the city of Philadelphia or even with Philadelphia Museum of art to transport people easily from Philadelphia to Marion in that suburb where he was located rather than have the artwork moved. I think people describe Albert Barnes being someone who got what he wanted and who might not have been particularly open to hearing different perspectives. But I think that this is the kind of thing where if someone brought in this concept for an estate plan. You'd have to push back if the individual wasn't willing to sort of look at the different contingencies and plan for them and I think that you know now we have the example of Albert Barnes if someone doesn't WanNa plan for different contingencies. We can say okay but if these unforeseen things happen we want to know. We most like your opinion on what should happen because that can be instructive for how changes should be made. And if you don't provide it you're leaving it up to the court and you're leaving it up to whoever might be in charge of these assets or your plan to one hundred years after death. And that's probably someone who has no personal connection with you concede the Barnes case the smallest possible genuine to the most closely adhering to your wishes can be nowhere near what his wishes clearly would have been right out in. My last possible thing you to do was hurt. His Art to go to this autumn quote elites in the Philadelphia Museum. It's also possible. That was the best way to do it now. You know it's sort of a a weird situation. Where even sometimes the closest possible best solution can be the last thing that person would want if they haven't specified right exactly. I mean he might have wanted everything to be sold and wound down if it got to this point. But we'll never know because obviously it wasn't anticipated the endowment would deplete to the point that they were in grave financial trouble but these are the kind of questions that we need to think of as a state planners. And that's why we why we study things that's why we read case law. People might not have been as aware of these problems back in nineteen twenty two or back. No one this estate plan was initially created but we have the benefit of an extra hundred or so years of history to guide us in making a state clowns. Obviously don't think that most of our listeners have clients with twenty five billion dollars collections. That they're gonNA have to worry about this about unless you do. In which case awesome. Why the Hell you listening to me? You know. I think this concept of what porn was doing this idea of dead hand control and sort of the risks inherent in that and the natural idea that sort of the natural tendency toward of powerful people to want to do that is something that can be instructive for all advisors regardless whether working on estate planning on vacuum. I'm just talking about the dead hand a little bit with that. Mean a good way to phrase it. It's essentially trying to control beyond your death. What happens to your assets as we discussed at the beginning of this podcast? It works best for a shorter amount of time in the longer. It's been since your death the harder it can be. For example sometimes clients will want a particular financial firm or financial advisor to be working on their assets. That usually works fine. If it's just going to be your estate but if you have perhaps a lengthy trust and you might not even think you have a lengthy trust. You mentioned that most listeners probably don't have huge art collections to dispose of. But if you have younger people in your life either. Children Nieces and nephews. Whoever even the children of family friends? Who might be inheriting from you? You have to anticipate that if these kids are three years old today you might be putting something in your estate plan that has assets in them for trust until they're thirty five forty so that's going to be a fairly lengthy amount of time and if you're restricting to certain financial advisers. We don't know what could happen with that. For example people retire financial firms emerge and go under and it might not be clear what to do in those situations so I do try to draft with a certain amount of flexibility to.

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"barnes foundation" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"barnes foundation" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Of the internal or external video footage from any of the trains that were involved in this disaster. Brian Nick, Monaco represents Boston by that. I mean, our Amtrak train the other Amtrak train that was struck by stones the septa. The train. That was struck by stones septa has handed over reports and records they have from that day. But Amtrak has not we've reached out to Amtrak but have not yet hurt back. Kristen Johanson, KYW NewsRadio a fishing trip lead to the arrest of a bucks county prison guard who was out on medical leave KYW suburban bureau chief Jim Melwert reports correctional facility guard Carl Stokes filed for workers comp November twenty seventeen but according to a criminal complaint after the county was alerted the several social media posts listening Stokes as a fishing guide for real river adventures to undercover officers book the half day trip for two hundred forty hours during which he moved around the boat without restriction bucks county. Prosecutor Mark Ferber generally acted without any type of limitation during the trip when confronted about a form filled out saying he wasn't making money through other employment. The court documents say Stokes told investigators his lawyer said it was okay because he was not making money only. Rick. Qiuping expenses Stokes is charged with multiple felonies including worker's comp insurance fraud and theft by deception at the suburban bureau, Jim Melwert, KYW NewsRadio. A woman artists generally overlooked in the history of impressionists is now being recognized the US debut of her exhibit opens at the Barnes foundation. KYW Steve tower was there. The paintings by Baruch.

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"barnes foundation" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"barnes foundation" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Thursday, sunny, chilly and breezy with a high of fifty one degrees. The full five day forecast. Coming up in a few minutes. The Amtrak engineer charged in the deadly twenty fifteen crash will likely go to trial next year. But Wednesday lawyers on both sides of the case expressed frustration about not being able to get critical evidence. Haywire ws, Kristen Johanson reports. Both the prosecution and defense they've spent several months trying to get pictures investigative reports and videos crucial for the case against Brandon Bostian. Who's been charged in the crash, the National Transportation Safety board has agreed to start handing over what they have. We don't have any of the internal or external video footage from any of the trains that were involved in this disaster. Brian Monaco represents Boston by that. I mean, our Amtrak train the other Amtrak train that was struck by stones. The septa train. That was struck by stones septa has handed over reports and records they have from that day. But Amtrak has not we've reached out to Amtrak but have not yet heard back. Kristen Johanson, KYW NewsRadio a fishing trip lead to the arrest of a bucks county prison guard who was out on medical leave KYW suburban bureau chief Jim Melwert reports correctional facility guard Carl Stokes filed for workers comp November twenty seventeen but according to a criminal complaint after the county was alerted the several social media posts listening Stokes as a fishing guide for real river adventures to undercover officers book to half day trip for two hundred forty hours during which he moved around the boat without restriction bucks county prosecutor Mark Ferber generally acted WI without any type of limitation during the trip when confronted about a form filled out saying it wasn't making money through other employment. The court documents say Stokes told investigators his lawyer said it was okay because he was not making money. The only recouping expenses Stokes is charged with multiple felonies including worker's comp insurance fraud and theft by deception at the suburban bureau, Jim Melwert, KYW NewsRadio. A woman artists generally overlooked in the history of impressionists is now being recognized the US debut of her exhibit opens at the Barnes foundation. KYW's Steve tower was there..

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"barnes foundation" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"barnes foundation" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Any of the internal or external video footage from any of the trains that were involved in this disaster. Brian Nick, Monaco represents Boston by that. I mean, our Amtrak train the other Amtrak train that was struck by stones the septa train that was. Struck by stones set has handed over reports and records they have from that day. But Amtrak has not we've reached out to Amtrak but have not yet hurt back. Kristen Johanson, KYW NewsRadio a fishing trip lead to the arrest of a bucks county prison guard who was out on medical leave KYW suburban bureau chief Jim Melwert reports correctional facility guard Carl Stokes filed for workers comp November twenty seventeen but according to a criminal complaint after the county was alerted the several social media post listening Stokes as a fishing guide for real river adventures to undercover officers book to half day trip for two hundred forty hours during which he moved around the boat without restriction bucks county. Prosecutor Mark Ferber generally acted without any type of limitation during the trip when confronted about a form filled out saying it wasn't making money through other employment. The court documents say Stokes told investigators his lawyer said it was okay because he was not making money only recouping expenses. Stokes is charged with multiple felonies including worker's comp insurance fraud and theft by deception at the suburban bureau, Jim Melwork KYW NewsRadio a woman artist generally overlooked in the history of impressionists is now being recognized the US debut of her exhibit opens at the Barnes foundation. KYW's Steve tower was there. The paintings by.

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"barnes foundation" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"barnes foundation" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Thursday, sunny, chilly and breezy with a high of fifty one degrees. Full five day forecast. Coming up in a few minutes. The Amtrak engineer charged in the deadly twenty fifteen crash will likely go to trial next year. But Wednesday lawyers on both sides of the case expressed frustration about not being able to get critical evidence. Hey, ws, Kristen Johanson reports. Both the prosecution and defense they've spent several months trying to get pictures investigative reports and video crucial for the case against Brandon Bostian. Who's been charged in the crash, the National Transportation Safety board has agreed to start handing over what they have. We don't have any of internal or external video footage from any of the trains that were involved in this disaster. Brian Nick, Monica represents Boston by that. I mean RAM track train the other Amtrak train. That was struck by stones. The septa train. That was struck by stones septa has handed over reports and records they have from that day. But Amtrak has not we've reached out to Amtrak, but have not yet heard back, Kristin Johannesen KYW NewsRadio a fishing trip lead to the arrest of a bucks county prison guard who was out on medical leave KYW's suburban bureau chief Jim Melwert reports correctional facility guard Carl Stokes filed for workers competent number twenty seventeen but according to a criminal complaint after the county was alerted the several social media posts listening Stokes as a fishing guide for real river adventures to undercover officers book the half day trip for two hundred forty hours during which he moved around the boat without restriction bucks county. Prosecutor Mark Ferber generally acted without any type of limitation during the trip when confronted about a form filled out saying he wasn't making money through other employment. The court documents say Stokes told investigators his lawyer said it was okay because he was not making. Money only recouping expenses Stokes is charged with multiple felonies including worker's comp insurance fraud and theft by deception at the suburban bureau, Jim Melwork KYW NewsRadio a woman artist generally overlooked in the history of impressionists is now being recognized the US debut of her exhibit opens at the Barnes foundation. KYW Steve tower was there. The paintings by Burke, oh were.

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"barnes foundation" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"barnes foundation" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Overnight, patchy fog and rain, then for the rest of their Sunday that fog will be with us in the morning. It burns off the rest of the day, sunny, humid, high eighty two forecast coming up in just a couple of minutes. Traffic and transit on the twos. Sepah has stepped up its safety campaign following the death of a seven-year-old boy on the broad street. Subway last month that story from KYW's Mike DeNardo commuters on the broad street and market Frankford. Lines are seeing and hearing extra safety messages, encouraging riders not to pass between moving trains the announcements in cars on platforms. Followed the September twenty third death of seven-year-old eight and Devlin who fell between cars on the broad street line. Additional yellow and black warning decals were added to train car doors in the days immediately. After the boy's death. Septa assistant GM Jim FOX says they had been planned since summer you go out on our several liar. Five cars and some of our civil of four. We'll see similar warning labels that were already put in place boxes. Gangway design is typical of most American railcars. But he says the transit agency continues to explore ways to make them safer. Mike DeNardo, KYW NewsRadio. It's a party next to the Parkway as one of philidelphia's most popular institutions hosts a block party with a unique twist KYW's Justin Trudeau tells us people will be able to see a mural like they have never seen one before who trucks, a pup a beer, Gordon, and even a live art exhibit or part of the Barnes on the block party taking place Sunday from four to eight PM gonna be a very fun artistic life or day is Kathleen green with the Barnes foundation explains. The free event is also a chance for them m yards Philadelphia to show off a mural. That's first of its kind.

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"barnes foundation" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"barnes foundation" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And overall lack of shows starring women nbc riding high on the super bowl and winter olympics picked up the comedy brooklyn nine nine which was cancelled by fox nbc and fox will show off their new schedules in new york today to perhaps the most important audience advertisers eric dagens npr news you know it's not often that a father and son both become masters of very different art forms an exhibition at the barnes foundation in philadelphia proves that it is possible renoir father and son shows paintings by the father of impressionism and also films his son made years later that became classics npr special correspondent susan steinberg explores how their art connects they had a loving that complicated relationship like many fathers and sons between these two the father was nineteenth century painter pierreauguste renoir the sun was twentieth century filmmaker john renoir the complications were artistic and personal what do you make of the fact that joan a year after his father dies mary's the father's last model it's too intimate maybe to get integrated i dunno too intimate to interpret says matthew orleans from these cinematheque francaise in paris was of course a very important link this woman between father and the son the son put her in his movies the father painted here about a hundred times it his finally years he died in one thousand nine hundred nineteen in the paintings she is timeless she's very sensual and in josephine's she's very experimental she's very adventurous in what she's doing she's a modern movement curator sylvie patrie august renoir's women are pink zeph dick joyous john's heroines nanna the little match girl and in his classics the rules of the game and grand illusion there docker his first film may nineteen twenty four silent is called katherine or a life without joy there were other differences as well as similarities in a memoir john wrote i have spent my life trying to determine the extent of the influence of my father upon me the binds demonstrates the influence by projecting a clip from a film john made in one thousand nine hundred thirty six on a wall near an oil agoos created sixty years earlier the father paints a pretty sunda pulled young blonde standing on the swing she's.

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"barnes foundation" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"barnes foundation" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Kyw newsradio oh one week after a jury found him guilty of three counts of indecent sexual assault bill cosby's wife is out with a statement attacking her husband's accusers the media prosecutors and the court more from kywz suburban bureau chief jim melwert camille cosby calls it mob justice against her husband pointing to what she says is quote judicial executive legislative media and corporate abuses of power she says bill cosby's rights to a fair trial into an unbiased jury were violated by what in her words are the overall media's frenzied relentless demonization of her husband combined with quote unquestioning acceptance of accusers allegations without any attendant proof she says she has publicly asking for a criminal investigation of the montgomery county district attorney arguing criminal charges were the result of what she calls a promise during an unethical campaign for the da's office camille cosby closer statement by saying she believes someday the truth will prevail adding quote it always does at the suburban bureau jim melwert kyw newsradio at the barnes foundation along museum row on the parkway home to the world's largest collection of renoir paintings the artists son is the focus of a new exhbition kyw steve tower reports a visitor becomes immersed in the autistic exchanges between the renowned impressionist masterpieces a goose renoir and his son the celebrated filmmaker john renoir as you pivot between the paintings and cinema actor and the senate boosts play a significant role in this sheet curator sylvie patrice says there are universal themes that play besides how each experimented with new modes of image making an expression how you did with your father especially when.

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"barnes foundation" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"barnes foundation" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Kyw newsradio oh one week after a jury found him guilty of three counts of indecent sexual assault bill cosby's wife is out with a statement attacking her husband's accusers the media prosecutors in the court more from kywz suburban bureau chief jim melwert camille cosby calls it mob justice against her husband pointing to what she says is quote judicial executive legislative media and corporate abuses of power she says bill cosby's rights to a fair trial into an unbiased jury were violated by what in her words are the overall media's frenzied relentless demonization of her husband combined with quote unquestioning acceptance of accusers allegations without any attendant proof she says she's publicly asking for a criminal investigation of the montgomery county district attorney arguing criminal charges were the result of what she calls a promise during an unethical campaign for the da's office camille cosby closes her statement by saying she believes someday the truth will prevail adding quote it always does at the suburban bureau jim melwert kyw newsradio at the barnes foundation along museum row on the parkway home to the world's largest collection of renoir paintings the artists son is the focus of a new exhibition kyw steve tower reports visitor becomes immersed in the artistic exchanges between the renowned impressionist master pierre goose renoir and his son the celebrated filmmaker john renoir as you pivot between the paintings and cinema actor the father and the son boosts play a significant role in the heat here raiders sylvie patrice says there are universal themes at play besides how each experimented with new modes of image making an expression how you deal with your father especially when it's ready to major major artist how you find your way how you.

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"barnes foundation" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"barnes foundation" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"The turmoil on wall street has not had much of an impact on the underlying economy the economic deigned of the corporate report seemed fine but also the operation of the banking system and the american consumer and all that don't appear to be getting caught up in this market pull back and dollops as institutional investors remained calm during the pull backed the government's monthly inflation data the producer and consumer price indexes will be out later in the week reports on retail sales housing starts and industrial production will also be released in washington this week on jeff belanger bloomberg business for kyw newsradio business reports on newsradio at twenty five and fifty five after every hour this is black history month but the owner of an african gallery in philadelphia is inviting guests to celebrate yearround they would you sheridan howard explains tribal long located on third street nld city is one of philadelphia's hidden gems and has been for more than thirty years founder karen briggs says bill adelphia has a rich legacy of african history and tribal home honors this history and a unique away i wanted you to have a braying of buying back that you albert more rigs wants to educate people and help celebrate the artistry of african artifacts idle a hand crowder block of carvers bid have their path paved by down within tree thinking i was just a piece of betrayed to i will whom also has an ongoing partnership with the barnes foundation by light of orange speaker datta born with the birth of america collector collector that african out affects every for sunday the barnes is free and guests of tribal homes gift to the head of the.

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"barnes foundation" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"barnes foundation" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

"Us day wise said though adviser no i was taking my basic requirements 'cause you sort of get mandate it would right right right but then when you start to think about your major would yet outlook on day one you go meet with your advisers and i was like here's the deal and they're like there is one major that is sort of a like design your own and it's called international relations so you can live in france you can if your thesis is somehow related communications we can do something with adam burke you can use your elective todo entrepreneurial management at warton you get all the stuff you wanted to college and because you're doing france and the barnes foundation was is which is the most extraordinary collection of of paintings that was outside of mainline philadelphian there was is amazing uh graduate course that i wanted to go and steady at the barnes foundation he said while you can work that in through the france angle i was like okay i've in so our so i wrote my thesis paper on um telecom internet the french actually at the time were very progressive in technology so was international a bonder barrier of telecommunications and so it was actually i was sort of into communications and technology and all of that and before i even new that's where my career with lead but that's why it was i are wasn't that i wanted to be an international government i was just hacking like how could i do everything i wanted to do within the construct of actually graduating on time and not making my parents pay for an extra year so you did graduate in four years i did when you graduated what was the first job at a college.

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"barnes foundation" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"barnes foundation" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"And transit on the twos coming young in just a few minutes and now we returned to reporters rounded this is reporters round up on video that is exactly listening and english ten o'clock promote family movie and joining us cbs news entertainment correspondent gobert goalie bill a sequel to that movie in the news that's right well with the looming prospect of bankruptcy after dozens of sexual harassment and assault charges levelled at founder harvey weinstein the weinstein company has sold its north american distribution rights to paddington two two one or brothers the film's producer david heymann has strong ties would wanna brothers because of the harry potter films and the sequel paddington to is currently number one in the uk and open theor in january in other entertainment notes in each of whom coming in the past as a clip from an eagerlyawaited film bill tell us more about justice league costars afflict calcutta and henry cavill and boost wayne seeks to help wanted to woman and other superheroes to battle steppenwolf and henry cavill who plays superman was asked if we need superheroes yes it's very important that we have superheroes to go shows the light and show is great examples and may be idealistic examples but there's nothing wrong with idealism is because it's a great target to shoot for we probably won't hit it but we can get close justice league god the big rain cbs news entertainment corresponded bilberg only with us on reporters round up thank you bill tuesday the barnes foundation i contemporary artists this paying respects to an old master who has his own dedicated museum a block away on the parkway cable to.

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"barnes foundation" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"barnes foundation" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"From a family movie and joining us cbs news entertainment correspondent bilberg goalie bill a sequel to that movie in the news that's right well with the looming prospect of bankruptcy dozens of harassment and assault charges levelled at founder harvey weinstein the weinstein company has sold its north american distribution rights to paddington two brothers named producer david heymann has strong ties would want her brother's because of the harry potter films and the sequel paddington to is currently number one in the uk and open here in january he and other entertainment notes these dangerous the past that's a clip from an eagerlyawaited film bill tell us more about justice league costars ben affleck gal gadot and henry cavill bruce wayne seeks to help of wonderwoman and other superheroes to battle steppenwolf and henry cavill place superman was asked if we need superheroes yes it's very important that we have superheroes to go shows the light and show us great examples and may be idealistic exam but there's nothing wrong with idealism because it's a great target to shoot for we probably won't hit it we can get close justice league on two bigs rain cbs news entertainment corresponded bilberg hollywood azzam reporters round up thank you bill tuesday the barnes foundation i contemporary artists this paying respects to an old master who has his own dedicated museum a block away all the parkway cable to be a steve tower caught the preview at the barnes before the exhibit the exhibition opens on friday and is with us in a studio steve what will we be saying well there are more than one hundred works of art steve including painting sculpture and books by atom kiefer along with watercolour drawings and sculptures by august rodin barnes executive director tom college says it's noteworthy since helped grow the early reputation of down way back wet his first us exhibition was presented at the centennial international exhibition of eighteen seventy six kiefer exhibition called curator sylvia pot trade though thinks about what happened back that was no i'm afraid but then he became a star in the us around 800 hoover was born in germany in the mid 1940s now lives in france portray points out although separated by a hundred.

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"barnes foundation" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"barnes foundation" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"The confidential proposal we do though about the process of just how the city crafted with proposal it would've your steve tower just back from the barnes foundation were he players in the coalition reflected on that bids the tell us more we'll steve pidc president john grady says cities across north america were put into a frenzy when amazon put out the word brady says the results showed that there is a strong collaborative process in philadelphia everyone in the room felt from the beginning that we have this great set of assets probably the most important thing was to make that pitch in a really authentic genuine philadelphia away the chief of staff in the city's commerce department sylvie galle a howard says the core team research the inner workings of amazon including its culture even hanging out at its seattle campus i think we were their first principle therefore to no you're mayor kenney adding steve philadelphia is in the goldilocks zone for amazon just right the h q coalition that would not comment on its incentives package including tax breaks citing the nondisclosure agreed through the newsroom you told me there were three sites in mind any prime spot right the navy yard in south philadelphia and to and university cities steve near thirty us read station afterwards we talked to the mayor about it near kenny liked the vibe of the companies already at the navy out and its proximity to the highways and the airport so he seems to favour that one but he also says amazon could be attracted to the educational resources and innovation in university said and we continue to wait steve tower with us thank you see you bet a search track to swear wandira dramatic developments involving gbi north central pennsylvania politician considered to become the nation's next drugs czar dibiase news white house horse wanted steven portnoy joining us even what happened well steve president says that tom marino decided to withdraw his name from consideration that he had.

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