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Jan. 11, 2010

Last Chance: Kandinsky Exhibit

by Shelley DuBois

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The Guggenheim is giving you a chance to squeeze out one last bit of cultured meta-analysis from their blockbuster Kandinsky exhibit, closing on Wednesday. Tomorrow, the museum is hosting an event where art and science experts discuss the different aspects of the Russian painter’s influence. If you’re in the New York area, it should be worth a look.

If you can’t make the whole show, be sure to catch the Neuroscience & Music lecture at 4:45pm, given by Columbia University neuroscientist David Sulzer, who leads a double life as musician and record label owner Dave Soldier.

Tickets for the event range from seven to ten dollars. For more information, check out the details here.

Image credit: Andrea Cavalieri, flickr.com.
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