21 Burst results for "Guggenheim Museum"

"guggenheim museum" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:38 min | 2 months ago

"guggenheim museum" Discussed on KCRW

"The day Chris go. Turk has been fielding a flood of calls from companies with government contracts. She's with the employment law firm Littler Mendelson, helping businesses with affirmative action and diversity programs. And they've had AH lot of questions. The most common thing is, should we stop? All of our diversity training. She would just stop. And at first I said, No. You vetted your training. You always review it and everything else. And then the hotline went up a government hotline phone and email where people are encouraged to send complaints about diversity training. They find offensive for possible investigation. The hotline has received more than 140 responses. In the five weeks it's been up, Stanford sociology professor Shelly Carell is appalled. This is asking Americans to be surveilling other Americans and this is, you know, this is it's chilling. It's absolutely chilling. Carell study is gender and organizational diversity. She fears that chilling effect could extend beyond what's laid out in the executive order and threatened free speech in academia. There is a lot of worry that this is just step one and that this is going to lead to restrictions in terms of what we teach in the classroom. The executive order specifies that divisive concept It's can be discussed in an academic setting if it's done objectively and without endorsement. Of course, If Joe Biden were to take office in January, he could undo the order with the stroke of a pen. His campaign declined to answer if Biden would rescind this order. But said he intends to tackle all forms of systemic racism. Melissa Block NPR news Now let's travel to a New York City landmark with the help of a guide. As we near 88th Street, the circular concrete building reveals itself in full magnificence if the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum It's the Guggenheim Museum Audio Guide there. It's called Mind's Eye and its A compilation of New York voices describing the iconic building designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. Karen Bergman of the Guggenheim Museum calls it A meditative experience. I remember in one listening session, Someone said that hearing these tracks really made them homesick for the museum. It really does bring people directly there. This is the Guggenheims Rotunda. At the base of the spiral Ram. Ah one quarter mile path unfolds in front of us in ever widening loops. The concrete everywhere inside is painted and appears white. The really what we experience is brightness. Mind's eye has become a tool for people to use during the pandemic. It allows them to visit the museum. Even though it's closed. It was actually made for a different purpose. For people who are blind or have low vision Actor merrily talking tonight is one of the narrators and herself is legally blind. I mean, of course, I've felt left out. I feel left out in almost every space that I go into. That's just part of moving through the world of the blind The vision person of a disabled person. I mean, our physical architecture of the world. Excludes us listening to this tour of the Guggenheim Museum. Talking to KN says she is transported. I love these moments when they were talking about the low walls and how they weren't food. It's not perfectly smooth, but feels very comfortable in our hands. It's the voice of actress Maggie Gyllenhaal narrating Running our hands over it. We find it's pitted and uneven, like an orange peel Our cantaloupe due to the many layers of paint used to touch up the walls to keep them bright. I feel that I'm able to act tests. What most people visually access Sensory guide I feel is is for us. It's for my community. But it's actually for everybody. We've been listening to mind's eye a description of the Guggenheim Museum in New York This is NPR news on this Friday. You are listening to K C. R W K Seow sponsors include City National Bank who strives to do business differently. City National Bank's.

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"guggenheim museum" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:32 min | 2 months ago

"guggenheim museum" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The day Chris go. Turk has been fielding a flood of calls from companies with government contracts. She's with the employment law firm Littler Mendelson, helping businesses with affirmative action and diversity programs. And they've had AH lot of questions. The most common thing is, Should we stop all of our diversity training? She would just stop. And at first I said, No. You vetted your training. You always review it and everything else. And then the hotline went up a government hotline phone and email where people are encouraged to send complaints about diversity training. They find offensive for possible investigation. The hotline has received more than 140 responses. In the five weeks it's been up Stanford sociology professor Shelly Carell is appalled. This is asking Americans to be surveilling other Americans and this is, you know, this is it's chilling. It's absolutely chilling. Carell study is gender and organizational diversity, She fears that chilling effect could extend beyond what's laid out in the executive order and threaten free speech. In academia. There is a lot of worry that this is just step one and that this is going to lead to restrictions in terms of what we teach. The classroom. The executive order specifies that divisive concepts can be discussed in an academic setting if it's done objectively and without endorsement. Of course, If Joe Biden were to take office in January, he could undo the order with the stroke of a pen. His campaign declined to answer if Biden would rescind this order. But said he intends to tackle all forms of systemic racism. Melissa Block NPR news Now let's travel to a New York City landmark with the help of a guide. As we near 88 Street, the circular concrete building reveals itself in full magnificence if the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum That's the Guggenheim Museum Audio Guide there. It's called Mind's Eye and its A compilation of New York voices describing the iconic building designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. Karen Bergman of the Guggenheim Museum calls it A meditative experience. I remember in one listening session, Someone said that hearing these tracks really need them homesick for the museum. It really does bring people directly there. This is the Guggenheims Rotunda. At the base of the spiral Ram. Ah one quarter mile path unfolds in front of us in ever widening loops. The concrete everywhere inside is painted and appears white. Really What we experience is brightness. Mind's eye has become a tool for people to use during the pandemic. It allows them to visit the museum. Even though it's closed. It was actually made for a different purpose. For people who are blind or have low vision Actor merrily talking tonight is one of the narrators and herself is legally blind. I mean, of course, I've felt left out. I feel left out in almost every space that I go into. That's just part of moving through the world of the blind The vision person in a disabled person. I mean, our physical architecture of the world. Excludes us listening to this tour of the Guggenheim Museum, Talking tonight, says she is transported. I love these moments when they were talking about the low walls and how they weren't moved. It's not perfectly smooth, but feels very comfortable in our hands..

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Guggenheim Museum Reopens To Public After Months-Long Pandemic Closure

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:07 sec | 3 months ago

Guggenheim Museum Reopens To Public After Months-Long Pandemic Closure

"You can finally visit the Guggenheim Museum again. The pandemic closure there is over. But like other museums and indoor attractions, you'll need to plan

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Solid gold toilet stolen from Winston Churchill's birthplace

AP 24 Hour News

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Solid gold toilet stolen from Winston Churchill's birthplace

"A solid gold toilet has been stolen from the birthplace of Winston Churchill the toilets the work of an Italian conceptual artist Nick had been installed only two days earlier at Blenheim palace after previously being shown at the Guggenheim Museum in New York police said the toilet was taken early Saturday by thieves who used at least two vehicles because the golden toilet has been connected to the palaces plumbing system police said its removal caused significant damage and flooding to the building which is a UNESCO world heritage site filled with valuable art and furniture the toilet is valued around one point two five million dollars a statement on the palace website said the building was closed to the public Saturday because of an unforeseen incidents the palace said normal operations will resume

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"guggenheim museum" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"guggenheim museum" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Justice department would support Miller if he decides he doesn't want to subject himself to congressional testimony Muller said to appear before Congress next Wednesday Hong Kong leader Carrie lam says the extradition bill the true millions to the streets in protest is dead and admitted that the government's work on the proposal had been a total failure but stopped short of saying it was withdrawn entirely we will listen more extensively to people from different backgrounds with different ideas that we have a better graphics plans are marks are unlikely to calm demonstrators who have called for the proposal to be scrapped completely over fears the government could table it again any time leading activist Joshua Wong called her remarks another ridiculous lie because the bill still exists in the legislative program until next July eight of architect Frank Lloyd Wright's buildings have been added to the UNESCO world heritage list elevating them to the same status as much a peach show the pyramids and the statue of liberty the new additions include falling water in Pennsylvania the Guggenheim Museum in New York the hollyhock house in Los Angeles in the Jacobs house in Wisconsin writes works for added for their organic architecture open plans and use of materials like steel and concrete wow right there with the pyramids and much you peach you never been there to any of these not to the pyramids not so much a peach you know Frank Lloyd Wright no no no I really I don't know so I'm looking at the list a lot more Guggenheim yes I think I I think a nap during that six minutes apart of the hour this human resources professional is crushing it thanks to Kronos and this is this type song.

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Richard Armstrong, Director And Solomon Guggenheim Museum discussed on 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Richard Armstrong, Director And Solomon Guggenheim Museum discussed on 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

"The Guggenheim Museum has been officially inscribed on the UNESCO world heritage list Richard Armstrong is director of the Solomon Guggenheim Museum in foundation he spoke to ten ten wins related and we think it's appropriate and particularly happy that in the sixtieth anniversary year of the building's opening can clean this to distinction you may now with no other modern buildings in the US for the but had this distinction so we think it's a a specially welcome there are more than one thousand world heritage sites across the

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New York sues billionaire family behind OxyContin

BBC World Service

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

New York sues billionaire family behind OxyContin

"New York state is suing the billionaire family behind the company that created Oxycontin as well as several other pharmaceutical companies stumbled, you NYC's Alejandro Salazar reports state attorney general Letitia James is suing six manufacturers for distribution companies and members of the Sackler family for their role in New York's opioid epidemic. The lawsuit claims manufacturers misled the public about the risks of opioids it also claims distributors failed to report suspicious activity James says about nine New Yorkers die every day from opioid overdose. The Sackler family, which owns Purdue pharma denies the allegations. The Sackler have been high profile donors at Columbia University. The New York academy of sciences and the Metropolitan Museum of art as well as the Guggenheim museum which announced last week. It would no longer accept the families

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"guggenheim museum" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"guggenheim museum" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"York City and anti opioid demonstration at the Guggenheim museum against the Sackler family and Purdue pharma, both they're in the midst of multiple lawsuits over the addiction epidemic sweeping parts of the nation. The Sackler are known for large donations to art institutions. Protest at several museums were organized by a survivor of opioid addiction. Now to Houston where health officials are confirming that seven people at an ice detention facility have been affected with mumps. They say there's no way to know where it came from six of those infected have been cured and only one is still infectious. Doctors say the virus I showed up about a month ago. This is CBS news. Hosted by fifteen time ready winner unleash accuse the celebrate together. CBS sunday. Ever wonder why European seemed to speak so many languages maybe it's because they use babble the number one selling language learning in Europe. Babbel's award winning technology gets you speaking right away. Whether you're learning Spanish, French or German and best of all you'll remember what you've learned. I always thought I was bad at languages, but after using babble, I can tell you. I was just taught the wrong way using Babbel's ten to fifteen minute lessons, you can be speaking confidently, your new language within weeks. I was amazed that I could start having real life conversations right away with so fast. Now, I'm speaking status. No wonder babble is the number one selling language learning in Europe trying for yourself and see why babble is the quick way to get conversational in a new language like Spanish, French for more..

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"guggenheim museum" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"guggenheim museum" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Know, why because they're fools. They don't understand how difficult it is to make something as good as America's been. So if you just crap on it, and by the way, literally crap on it. The Guggenheim museum of the most prestigious in the world. Had an exhibit two years ago of a golden literally old gold toilet bowl that functioned. You blend in. You had a bowel movement or urinated in the name of the exhibit. America. As a matter of fact, it's hurry tranquil down. Here. You could literally your roommate in difficult on America at the Guggenheim museum. How's that? That symbolizes the left certainly in the arts, but everywhere that symbolize that's what they do to America. Because they're so stupid that they don't understand how bad it is. Elsewhere. I read a forty you know, they say on the internet this article will take you six minutes to read for you see that ever. I read a piece in the New Yorker on the plane said this will take you forty five minutes to read and I read it. You know, what the article is on it is about the the widespread torture. And murder and rape going on and rack under the pretense of of vengeance against ISIS fighters. Ever thought, you know, we don't have that here. We didn't have ISIS. We didn't have this revenge. We don't have massive rape. People don't understand what goes on, by the way, I'm vindicated. Remember from the beginning of my broadcast career. I told the story of the Iraqi.

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"guggenheim museum" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

05:08 min | 2 years ago

"guggenheim museum" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Well, let's go from four really big heavy bullet-proof wheels to to wheel I was real here that you right right by I ride motorcycles. And that you have this Certa Guggenheim motorcycle. I am one of the members of a club called the Guggenheim motorcycle club, which is a motorcycle club. That was founded by manning, Tom Krenz who was running the Guggenheim museum in New York many years ago, he created a show called the art of the motorcycle. Oh, yeah. That was on exhibit eight years was traveling all around the owl then. Basically, it was the most successful show that the Guggenheim ever had. They had more visitors at the museum than it ever had. Wow. So to coincide with the with the show more stabbings to exactly exactly yeah. I remember I don't know when it was back in two. Well, it was it started. I think around ninety seven and then it went it went everywhere. I mean, it was in Vegas in their branch in Vegas, and it was new branch and Bilbao in Spain. So we he put together this club to sort of coincide with the show that was basically people by movie stars and billionaires and you ride bikes from motorcycles. I should say for clarity, you go on museum we go. I'm using them rats. Exactly we went to the Hermitage museum in Russia. For example. We did the Bilbao museum in Bilbao Spain. We did they did a ride at the at a a museum in Vegas. For example. So are you writing the sort of BMW cross country types of bikes, we ride all kinds of w bikes BMW, generally sponsors, the rides or their part sponsorship of the right? So they supply us with the bikes and we flyer. So's to whatever destination a map a ride is planned around the museum, and we just go. Wow. It's cool. It's you know, it's a little more evolved than Sturgis yet. I would not exactly Daytona or Sturgis. Right. But it is fun. I I just think that sounds like the coolest thing in the world. It's great. How many guys usually it's generally if the smaller rides maybe like a half a dozen of the larger rods can be anywhere from like fifty people two hundred fifty people the ride we did in Russia, and it was like hundred fifty riders than the ride. They did in Vegas had like two hundred writers. Wow. What God damn light not kill Larry Fishburne? It's killing. Larry Lawrence never worked at honest day. And it's. I worked on work still worksheet. The thing is people don't get. I know it's. It's worked with a buffet most. It's definitely don't have definitely work with perks. Definitely. It's definitely work with Laurence Fishburne. I know we're out of great job. Thank you, man. I'm going to miss movie this evening. Thank you. I hope you dig it. A hope I will dig it. Just because you're thanks, man. I'll start writing writing comedy for you. Thanks. All right back here with another classic clip. Camille nanjiani from two thousand eleven Adam Corolla show. It's six seventy nine Camille nanjiani Alison Rosen Brian Bishop commercials studio making his only appearance yet so far on the show. He's a great comedian stand up podcast host actor writer is very talented. And he tells Adam about his upbringing Pakistan and how he ended up in college. And they have a great report back and forth. Hopi guess again someday need to love this guy. Larry's and enjoyed this clip. Back with command, non Johnny. Worth myself sequence on that one good. See command. I'll give you an a minus. That was fucking perfect. Thank plus, some mom says it does a little podcast on the nervous network. The indoor kids and also can be found doing stand up also TNT show. Yeah. Franklin and bash and what is going on with all persons off. So you hail from Pakistan. Yeah. I don't know if we can say hail from Pakistan. I don't think many people hail from that. You just born there. You group an Iowa by way of Pakistan? Well, I know I didn't move to to that was eighteen. So I was all Pakistan till eighteen and the hailing then. Yeah, you hail nobody'll. I think there's like a lot more not that. I'm not proud of Pakistan. But a lot more like, you know, what I mean like banging Pakistan drum. Yeah. Like, that's not. Being the opening any doors for me, his mom shit amount Pakistan, and then he stayed there for eighteen years..

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"guggenheim museum" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"guggenheim museum" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Researching this it's very hard to square those images with someone who is now the first lady of the united states with a wing of the plane photo maloney wearing a red thong and a red bra or bikini top sunglasses posed on the wing of a plane and pointing a gun it's the combo of like sex and violence is she sort of looks like a bond girl do you have any idea how malania felt about that photo shoot and if that was the way she wanted to be represented in her modeling career malania doesn't do what she doesn't want to do she very much has her own set of beliefs and values and opinions at particularly now and how she is perceived it's hard for me to imagine that she was going to agree to do something that she didn't want to do i know that they saw the photos ahead of time because donald insisted on having a messenger over to his office as soon as the magazine had them so this is not like she was surprised by these images he certainly was not surprised by these images and she is very strong willed and very self disciplined and it would just be very difficult for me to imagine that she would put herself in a situation that she wasn't going to be okay with if you're just joining us my guest is emily jane fox she's a reporter for vanity fair who describes her beat as the white house and the characters around trump land and her new book is called warren trump inside america's first family we'll be right back after we take a short break this is fresh air wnyc supporters include the guggenheim museum presenting giacometti a look the art making process of.

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"guggenheim museum" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"guggenheim museum" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

"The most industrialized of spain and indeed is interesting the boss countries the most densely populated part of spain and the most industrialized part of spain and possibly richest i didn't realize it was the most densely populated there are full province in the bounce country and the smallest one of the mole is you both go west sense of asking is on that ease the most nc populated region of the whole of spain will going from since best to bilbao we're going west along the coast so bilbao another coastal city well essential city but the coast is quite a long way from the center of bilbao because poets and you've gotta go quite a long way in land down the river to get into the about so it doesn't feel like a coastal city okay surround coastal towns but it doesn't feel like coastal city when you're in the middle of especially if it's a halt sunny day people just sort of desperate to get out to the beach senses it's a coastal city if you like like new york is a coastal city okay beach is very far away can get to them you don't feel as if you're on the coast when you're in the city and it used to be this terrible industrial place and it was really really fulfill grind women's kenzi in when i came in and slowly but surely the industry started to decline and they started to change that focus and the twenty years twenty five years ago it was they built the guggenheim museum behind was looking to have a museum in europe and the boss government applied to have a lot of money i'm in million euros and nobody knew in the boss country what if it was gonna be what it was going to be lying but kept under wraps a we've design it into the design that will and this is.

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"guggenheim museum" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"guggenheim museum" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"I am not to be held responsible for anything i say or too because anytime soon i will just implode from jet lag but a few hours sleep and i will bounce back again what we generally do when we land from a transatlantic flight is planned to do something for the next four or five hours because we figure until three maybe three thirty and they after noon we're good to go and after that your body just says no no no no no and shuts down so we decided the place that we wanted to be when we landed in belfast was at the brand new titanic belfast a marvelous attraction that will blow you away and i'm here with claire bradshaw if you've just joined us who is the director of sales and marketing for this phenomenal exhibition a permanent exhibition in a remarkable building claire i remember when the guggenheim museum open to new york city and while there were other modern buildings in new york city in new york city has never had a problem not only with building new but unfortunately there was a time period where nobody thought twice about ripping down some great piece of architecture filled with history to build a parking lot happily there were those who came along who were interested in the preservation of historic buildings and history in general and so that kind of came to a halt but in the interim there were many modern chrome and glass buildings mirrored buildings and other structures that weren't in the classical style and then came the coconut that was called a pop over it was called yorkshire pudding it was called a muffin and it was laughed at two large screen and now it's just very much part of new york and i don't think anybody really thinks twice about it as something starkly and extremely different from everything else there and when we came here in january claire and i saw the building unfortunately only from the outside because the workers were on holiday and i missed my heart had tour which i wish i could have had i was blown away by this building glistening in the sunlight it is extraordinary and when i looked at it because it was so bright and shining in the snow we.

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"guggenheim museum" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

1150 AM KKNW

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"guggenheim museum" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

"Eat while when you're even getting troll by the guggenheim you are bad wedeman the you're about this now right on your about admitted friday morning still who knows what smallerscale apply uh the guggenheim museum horford trump a solidgold toilet from its collection as a longterm loan uh trump had asked to borrow and go from them museum but the guggenheim responded it cannot accommodate that request an offer the toilet instead there's of ice cream or ya my future wife curator nancy specter ripped out we are sorry we're not able to accommodate your original requests but remain hopeful that this special offer may be of interest eighteen carat fullyfunctioning toilet it's a used called toilet thick uh it was used as a temporary interactive exhibit one of them before museums are bathrooms interactive exupery's titled america has been described as a satire mocking excessive wealth specter who told the white house at the van gogh painting was unavailable because it was sketch at a display in spain sure of course it lies has posted openly anti trump piece on social media she wrote a right after the election this must be the first day of our revolution to take back our beloved country from hatred racism and intolerance uh don't mourn organiz a sheet of giving him something like a paintbynumbers van gogh or something like that at out and try to solve that it was real yeah diletti would have been go all in free yeah the bengals then went sorry it's inspect here's here's authority all right let's go to uh i'll we're drako jeff in fort dodge cello jeff are momma.

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"guggenheim museum" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

Monocle 24: Midori House

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"guggenheim museum" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

"You're listening to midori house first broadcast of the 26th of january two thousand eighteen on monocle 24 hello and welcome to midori house come into your life from studio one here in london i'm andrew miller on today's show and it wasn't until i became a politician that i realized how nasty how mean how vicious and how fake the press can be as the cameras start going off in the back we do outburst muggiest doyle looks tome edwards and henry shouted we'll be discussing donald trump's devils speech and the days of the top stories including the guggenheim museum counter offer to trump's request to borrow event gulf ustralia day and the attendant rao very bildt and we welcome a new citizen to the united kingdom that's all coming up on meduri house a monocle 24 right now so welcome to midori house my guest today among equals goya looked tom edwards and henry reassured and welcome olle and we will start tonight with the plutocrats woodstock that is the annual world economic forum in davos today's headline headliner was us president donald trump who read out what walls by his own unexacting standards a relatively sane and orthodox speech though he did take a selfpitying swipe at the news media which despite his previous complaints and threats continues to report things he does and says but with all due recognition that we may be undermining erin scepticism by leading the show with this question is devils really the speaker deal tom edwards is it um let's not i'm kind of conflicted about this which are listeners will no doubt be delighted to hair.

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"guggenheim museum" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"guggenheim museum" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"Story is well last night of the guggenheim museum which i told you you may you'll remember perhaps now one i recount it there's an exhibit at the one of the most prestigious museums in the world the guggenheim in new york city it's a golden complete gold toilet bowl not brilliant got to admit the artist as a genius of up there with michelangelo and cold toilet and you pay you pay a certain fee and you go in and you use it he relief yourself in any way affect you me too and you don't the name of the exhibitors america so that you can literally p or crap on america that's the left in a nutshell peeing and crappy on america vets that that exhibit at the guggenheim exemplifies the the left perfectly their proud of the exhibit after all they have a what does it 27 foot sculpture of the dole coups also continually peeing on there at the front of the museum of contemporary art or modernart of remember which with exact title is in orange county california this is what the left is done through the arts are were cited many of the areas that that left his destroyed for at least terror terribly damaged this is very important to get two kids very very important their israel there is hope and for those of you who are uh conservatives anti trump folks are you rethinking now would light of this building in light of the economy and in light of all the federal judges you still think that you will have the moral high ground for supporting hillary clinton which is what you did a few right thigh trump don't please go to what the left those in full yourself if you voted for anybody other than donald trump he were voted for hillary clinton all right everybody i have a uh got an msnbc audio clip through for.

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"guggenheim museum" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"guggenheim museum" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The future it mark sees any possibility in soccer field replacing american football field um we have the infant boy up except for opposite problem with football wake one what seemed to be on the decline in one is on the rise wondering if if one could replace the other and size of the field his comparable notes already starting a utter another this actually replace the football field but when they renovated the north meadow and great lawn of central park uh a few years ago um you know they configured them to make sure that soccer could be played on those fields at least that some times of year by organiz youth leagues and by dealt leagues in particular and that had not been in the case for their good more replace baseball it's all had football indicates of central part of the marked the call is question yeah i i i think it's already happening on the field are very very comparable in uh in dimension soccer fields had to be about out a hundred ten under twenty yards um uh lengthwise and then just a little bit wider ten on your average football fields i i'd love to feed soccer fields who played golf courses more than food in football fields took a dirt the of our public uh our public wam um so i don't think that the question is so much of space the question is of economy and um you know a hopefully uh you know they're they're certainly is enough resource for the national football league to coexist with other professional um sports week but as you noted the violent in american football um has many folks uh i think moving away from sport um and so will be whether it takes the same faith in the public imagination that american football after dudayev than of doubt it replaces in space in the american legislation space in american youth really is what now these asking about uh i should note that you've taken all these issues from your theater peace and also developed a curriculum for schools called moving and passing curricular tactics or m gaffe do you wanna talk dortha yeah we uh i received a commission from the guggenheim museum through their social practice uh initiative to create a single day um event that i would call on a kind of political science class.

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"guggenheim museum" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:03 min | 3 years ago

"guggenheim museum" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"A single creativity come out from the nation so it can be great church but never can solve a problem is not legitimate state in it doesn't really it cannot survive because if you don't trust the people you don't get the people logged a needle have four people will not bear responsibility this always crisis about trust you know hall coach trust anybody in our state the new show the guggenheim museum art in china from 1989 theater the world features several of your early works uh and uh we see a the deschamp inside in you would draw robbing a handynasty her and also the other piece where you uh you painted a handynasty earned with a coca cola logo the you were you making some larger point or was it a a kind of a do xiaobian uh almost anti historical art historical point well a as kind of cynical an cynical additives created by a superpower on state you know because you your failure cannot make mole that you your kenjiro tong you try it was speak simpson instead insted directly a day you you have to uh you know to make a different kind of move under the shows not create by me so i called on select the world so there's some workers ridic but i do have fall apart take apart acuity a chinese documentary film a shell which o of is another director wanfen under thus row shows real reality what china's about i really encouraging people to see that program is called a turn it down and marisa isn't guggenheim the in the program at the curtain on a higher level par is also a quote from you on the wall of the exhibit when you were asked what advice you had for young artists in china he said fight for freedom forget about art but we have run out of time unfortunately how long will good fences make good neighbours beyond vis it's going to be here till mid february uh and then what happens does it become part of another guggenheim becomes of legends a the memory awhile goes on the kinda light shot are shying art for this city while before i ever come moved to new york get you don't have to live in in germany this feeling show i speak english armor china fire location under a alike the the warmer autumn dais pair we have more sunshine to the.

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"guggenheim museum" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:01 min | 3 years ago

"guggenheim museum" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"To use so all our pandey turtur under films all being under heavily censored this no chance to have a single creativity come out from the nation so it can be great church a never can solve a problem is not legitimate state in it doesn't really it cannot survive because he them trust the people you don't get the pew poll warmed and they you don't have four people will not bear responsibility this is always crisis about trust you know hall can trust anybody in a state the new showed the guggenheim museum art in china from 1989 theater the world features several of your early works uh and we see a the deschamp side in you would dropping a handynasty earn and also the other piece where you uh you painted a handynasty earn with the coca cola logo the you were you making some larger point or was it a a kind of a do xiaobian uh almost anti historical art historical point well it's kind of cynical an cynical attitude to really created by a superpower on state you know because you you'll fail you cannot make mole value your trend your tong you try to speak speech simpson instead insted directly a day you you have to uh you know to make a different kind of move under the shows not create by these away goal bonanza select the work so there's some workers ridic but i do have fall apart take apart acuity a chinese documentary film a shell which o of his another director thin on the show shows real reality what china is about i really encouraging people to see that program is called a turn it down and bears a isn't guggenheim the in the program googling han you'll get higher low is also a uh quote from you on the wall of the exhibit when you were asked what advice you have for young artists in china you said fight for freedom forget about art but we have run out of time unfortunately how long will good fences make good neighbours be on vis it's going to be here to mid february uh and then what happens does it become part of another guggenheim becomes alleged a the memory awhile goes on the kinda light shot are shying art for this city while be forever come moved to new york get you don't have to live in in.

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"guggenheim museum" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"guggenheim museum" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Rome for instance and so this existed up until 1962 in that was moved the new building which housed the site of wonderful cyclorama painting is put in the nutro building which itself was a beautiful building and i remember going through it i have great photograph of the interior here and i remember very well i just think of the inside of a planetarium scaled down without seats you've got the painting ringing the hole in a wall i remember the light show the light effects on it your as the narrator would go through from beginning to end in the high points uh search of the shady net would go on and you would walk around this wonderful serve like central rail intercut forming kind of an atrium very modernlooking very easy to see kind of like what the uh what the guggenheim museum in new york does we you walk on a sort of like a shallow ramp going up looking at the art is you're going so you're you don't have to go to different floors you just sort of stay on the ramp and there's that very shallow ramp in the old cyclorama um if you do the same thing would follow this fabulous monumental pain in around well that was finally torn down so one hundred years after the first cyclorama building was put up and they have the painting now which i think the one really good thing about it is that they found material that had been cut away from it years ago oh fifteen more feed of the sky the trimmings from the sides in the bottom that even incorporated some of the battle have actually been conserved and put back in place a now you see the whole fabulous painting now for the first time complete in the brand new building that has opened recently i just i just missed that that the.

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"guggenheim museum" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"guggenheim museum" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And as outreach at the massage parlours where asian women are often forced into the sex trade she says they'll be more afraid than ever to come to court because their employers can always say don't you need to make money to send back home to your sick parents for your child kyle's for some sort of debt that you need to pay you know so i think it's there's a lot of psychological coercion for defense lawyers the question now is whether courts will tell them whenever immigration agents have come for their clients it happened last week but there's no requirement the court system only choirs that judges are notified kate mogul esco of legal aid says she hopes the office of court administration will consider the consequences cannont just be that ice officials are going to come in not provide any information and start plucking people out of the audience and courtrooms out of the hallways out of the area surrounding the building king and what is the new york state court system going to do people need to be able to appear on court dates victims of crimes need to be able to come into court to participate in the criminal legal process if they don't feel safe going to court she says authorities will issue warrants for their arrest and those who were considered victims we'll will be criminalised even further beth fertig wnyc news the city council has scheduled a hearing on ice in court next thursday wnyc's support comes from the guggenheim museum opened late on tuesday's this summer with special programs cocktails and exhibitions of masterworks by artists including dance ski because so broncos again more learn more at guggenheim dot org slash summer.

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