Tag Archives: Yale Center for British Art

Feast Your Eyes

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A photo essay. To view all 16 images, check out the email edition.

For six-plus months, the pandemic put the city’s most sumptuous visual spreads on ice. Today…

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Works from Home

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When galleries and museums are closed, the internet remains open…

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This Week in New Haven (March 16 – ?)

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Normally, we spend our Mondays highlighting things to see and places to go in the week ahead. …

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Back to Reality

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A “machine-made machine” opens the newest exhibition at the Yale Center for British Art. …

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This Week in New Haven (March 2 – 8)

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Women’s History Month gets a proper kickoff, and a local bridge gets a proper sendoff. …

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Feature Presentations

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We’re still in the afterglow of Oscar season, when films are serious, celebrities are practitioners and cinematographers’ color choices carry…

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This Week in New Haven (February 3 – 9)

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Words speak with power and promise this week in New Haven. …

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This Week in New Haven (December 16 – 22)

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Christmas is coming, but Hanukkah comes first as preparations, diversions and celebrations deck the week ahead. …

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This Week in New Haven (December 2 – 8)

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Parties, arts and a party for the arts set the holiday season alight. …

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Critical Condition

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Writer, painter, educator, philosopher, keen observer of clouds and leaves and rocks. The 19th-century Englishman John Ruskin was many things, but he’s most remembered for his work as an art critic, for which Yale art history professor Tim Barringer has …

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