Tag: Deaths (Obituaries)

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Mel Rosenthal, Photographer Who Captured the Bronx, Dies at 77

Immigrants were also the focus of “Refugee: The Newest New Yorkers,” an exhibition seen in New York and...

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Richard Hambleton, ‘Shadowman’ of the ’80s Art Scene, Dies at 65

With her husband, John Woodward, Ms. Woodward exhibited Mr. Hambleton’s art, found studios and lodging for him and...

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Virginia Thoren, Artful Fashion Photographer, Dies at 97

Photo Virginia Thoren in an undated photo. “You were a camera and eyewitness to a golden age —...

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Jane Juska, 84, Who Drew Notice Writing of Late-Life Sex, Dies

Ms. Juska, who wrote two other books, died on Oct. 24 in Chico, Calif. She was 84. Her...

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Muhal Richard Abrams, 87, Individualistic Pianist and Composer, Is Dead

“Abrams has never lost his early wonder at the vast possibilities of free music,” he added. Mr. Abrams...

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Linda Nochlin, 86, Groundbreaking Feminist Art Historian, Is Dead

Her inquiry provided several generations of art historians, critics and artists alike with new tools with which to...

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David Vaughan, Chronicler of Dance History, Dies at 93

As a performer, Mr. Vaughan’s most eminent role was as the narrator of Gertrude Stein’s words in Frederick...

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Wopo Holup, Who Adorned Public Spaces With Art, Dies at 80

“What she taught herself and the base of knowledge she acquired she expressed visually, articulating the majesty of...

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Fay Chiang, 65, Poet Who Championed Asian-American Culture, Dies

And she recalled how hard her father, Bay Doc Chiang, had to work. He had cleaned other people’s...

A painting of a snowman holding a rocket launcher in the window at the Irish Republican Prisoners Welfare Association's office
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New Orleans Marks Fats Domino’s Death in Its Usual Style: With a Party

“It’s odd to say this, but I feel like I did when Prince died,” Mr. Perrine said. “When...