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Monday, Nov. 26, 2001

ART AND MONEY

New book considers the fallout of the Brooklyn Museum of Art’s ’Sensation’

Last year, a divergent group of art scholars, constitutional lawyers and cultural critics met in Chicago for a nine-hour arts symposium with the charged title: "Taking Funds, Giving Offense, Making Money." Comment.

MULTI-TALENTED

Kent Roberts turns hyperactivity into art in his one-man show "294 Characters in 60 Minutes" now at the Brooklyn Lyceum. The comedic tour-de-force starts at a fast pace and becomes more frenetic and furious as the show goes on. Comment.

ALL STRUNG OUT

"I was pretty shy about it, but I showed the score to my colleagues, and they said to me, ’Let’s play it.’" Comment.

ALL IN THE FAMILY

Irene LoRe and Pat Kelly started in the restaurant business 20 years ago, with their original Aunt Suzie’s in Bensonhurst. Comment.

INANINMATORS

"The tradition of ’performing objects’ stretches back to folk theater, religious ceremony and ancient practices," writes "Animas!" curator Janet Riker in the exhibit’s program. Comment.

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