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Philip Kennicott

is culture critic of the Washington Post, which he joined in August, 1999. He has served as classical music critic for the Detroit News and the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, where he also worked for two years as an editorial writer. In 2000, he was a Pulitzer Prize finalist for editorial writing, for a series that helped defeat passage of an NRA concealed handguns ballot initiative in Missouri. He also covered city politics and urban development. Kennicott graduated summa cum laude with a degree in philosophy from Yale in 1988. Prior to Yale, he spent two years at Deep Springs College, in California, and worked on a sheep ranch in New Zealand. Kennicott was born in upstate New York and moved to New York city after college where he worked as a freelance writer and editor. He served as senior editor of Musical America and editor of Chamber Music Magazine, which he redesigned and expanded from a quarterly to bimonthly publication. Kennicott is a reviewer and former columnist for Gramophone.
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Philip Kennicott, art and architecture critic for The Washington Post, wrote, "What it does well, it does as well or better than any museum in the ...
Yet even skeptics are wowed by the high-tech museum once they see it. Pulitzer Prize winner Philip Kennicott called Museum of the Bible "rich ...
People preview the exhibit "The World of Jesus of Nazareth" at the Museum of the Bible. (Jacquelyn Martin/AP) ...
And in his review of Renwick's "Wonder," Washington Post art critic Philip Kennicott argued that the exhibit's seemingly made-for-social-media ...

Museum of the Bible tells powerful story, opens Friday in D.C.. By Philip Kennicott / The Washington Post; Nov 16, 2017 Updated 9 hrs ago; (0) · facebook ...
Philip Kennicott, is a "Pulitzer Prize-winning" staff writer at the Washington Post, specializing in criticism of art and architecture. A former ...
(The paper's other critic, Philip Kennicott, also won the prestigious accolade.) (Talking New Media). Nelson-Atkins Beefs Up Photography ...
Stan A. Veuger, an economic analyst from the American Enterprise Institute, spoke about congressional deadlock and the Trump ...
One previous criticism on the project was by Philip Kennicott, a Pulitzer Prize-winning Art and Architecture Critic of the Washington Post who ...
... Mead Center "a symbol of Southwest D.C.'s rebirth" while Washington Post art and architecture critic Philip Kennicott described the project as ...
A Year After Opening, NMAAHC Remains the Hottest Ticket in Town - Philip Kennicott reflects on the first year of the Smithsonian's National ...
He will team with Philip Kennicott to review major exhibits nationwide and report engagingly on the art world for a wide audience. Phil becomes ...
Philip Kennicott of the Washington Post reported that the foundations gave with a stipulation: "that the collection be made more accessible to ...
But Philip Kennicott, The Washington Post's art and architecture critic, wondered whether this approach will work in the long run. "The larger ...
One previous criticism on the project was by Philip Kennicott, a Pulitzer Prize-winning Art and Architecture Critic of the Washington Post who ...

... Mead Center "a symbol of Southwest D.C.'s rebirth" while Washington Post art and architecture critic Philip Kennicott described the project as ...
A Year After Opening, NMAAHC Remains the Hottest Ticket in Town - Philip Kennicott reflects on the first year of the Smithsonian's National ...
The boat belongs in Washington, a city both blessed and socially determined by its rivers....Many of the most dramatic and some of the most ...
... compassion, the commitment to learn something new and the humility to learn it in public," Philip Kennicott wrote in the Washington Post.
Philip Kennicott, a Pulitzer Prize-winning Art and Architecture Critic of The Washington Post, has previously described Pershing Park as not ...
Philip Kennicott, The Washington Post art and architecture critic, wrestled with that question in a recent article. He was thinking of the billionaire ...
But Philip Kennicott, a critic of art and architecture for The Washington Post, made a crucial point in the wake of last week's announcement: The ...
As the Washington Post's Philip Kennicott and Peggy McGlone pointed out, "Federal dollars are used to leverage state, local and private funding that supports a complex network of arts organizations, educational entities, museums, Libraries and public ...
The Washington Post plans to use augmented reality to enhance its reporting and storytelling in 2017. The Post first used AR last year to explain the events that led up to Freddie Gray's arrest death in Baltimore in 2015.
MUST CREDIT: Crown. George Bush painting; he has released a book of portraits of wounded warriors, men and women wounded in the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq.
Hal tersebut, yakni rasa ingin tahu yang tinggi, simpatik yang besar, komitmen untuk belajar hal baru dan rasa kemanusiaan yang dapat dipelajari dari masyarakat," ujar Philip Kennicott, seperti dikutip dari Telegraph, Senin (13/3/2017). Kennicott juga ...
The newspaper's chief art critic, Philip Kennicott, said the 66 portraits of former soldiers, sold in aid of veterans, show the former president honing his craft.
George W Bush's book of paintings have been praised by one of the nation's leading art critics, describing the former president's work as surprisingly sophisticated and warm.
It would be tempting but inaccurate to describe the throb of recognition I felt while reading Hollinghurst's The Line of Beauty (2004) as the dawning of an awareness that I was not, as Philip Kennicott writes in his memoir of adolescent reading ...
''Metzger wasn't interested in the ruins or the beautiful aftermath,'' Washington Post art critic Philip Kennicott wrote in 2013. ''Rather, he was seeking ways to enact or represent destruction, driven by the age-old idea that art should somehow ...
"Metzger wasn't interested in the ruins or the beautiful aftermath," Washington Post art critic Philip Kennicott wrote in 2013.
Fortunately, the remedy was not radical alteration. Last year following the first phase of Mellon Park's rehabilitation, Washington Post art and architecture critic Philip Kennicott reported in the March 17, 2016 article, One of D.C.'s great fountains ...
Last year before the election, Philip Kennicott, the Pulitzer Prize-winning Art and Architecture Critic, imagined with clever wit, what would happen to the arts in America if Mr. Trump became President.
As the Washington Post's culture critic Philip Kennicott argued, what's at stake is the very notion of a democratic space in which art, ideas, and information are produced beyond the constraints of commerce.
"In the current political age, symbolic victories are often more satisfying than real policy change," wrote Philip Kennicott, the Washington Post's Pulitzer Prize-winning art and architecture critic in a recent editorial. "Of course, eliminating these ...
Writes The Washington Post's Philip Kennicott: Last week, a little-known tradition of modern presidential inaugurations brought unwanted attention to the St. Louis Art Museum.
As Philip Kennicott pointed out in the Washington Post, Bingham's The Verdict of the People was painted just as Congress passed the racist Kansas-Nebraska Act of 1854, which put slavery in the territory to a popular vote.
George Caleb Bingham's "The Verdict of the People" from 1855, which Historians say depicts public reaction to a likely proslavery candidate's election victory, was chosen as the painting that will be displayed behind the president's table at the ...
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg donned a duchess gown and stepped onstage at the opera on Saturday night. It was always going to be an exciting moment, but it was made even more emotional by the turnout of the election on Tuesday night.
The prize was awarded to Washington Post critic and OPERA NEWS contributor Philip Kennicott for his essay "Suffering the Truth," which recounted the author's personal connection to Cavalleria Rusticana and Pagliacci on the eve of the Metropolitan Opera ...
Philip Kennicott, a Pulitzer Prize-winning Art and Architecture Critic of The Washington Post, has previously described the park as not well maintained, "[not] much loved today," and with a "sense of isolation.
On the dedication of Harvard's Piano building, The Washington Post's chief art critic, Philip Kennicott, struggled with the difference between "teaching" and "education.
The Washington Post's Philip Kennicott wrote in 2010 of Thom's design: "Thom's new building is unlike anything that has been built in the District.
Washington Post arts critic Philip Kennicott once described the original appeal of the St. Martin's performances and its interpretation of classics.
In a May 2016 article by the Washington Post, architecture critic Philip Kennicott described at length some of the struggles and trade-offs that had to take place before the museum, which in 2008 was estimated to cost up to $500 million, could finally ...
Philip Kennicott, former music critic and now art and architecture critic for The Washington Post, said "it's been more than 80 years since Rossini's last opera has been heard at the Met.
Philip Kennicott, former music critic and now art and architecture critic for The Washington Post, noted that "it's been more than 80 years since Rossini's last opera has been heard at the Met.
A statue of pioneer Clara Brown, who was born a slave in Virginia around 1800, is on display at the National Museum of African American History and culture in Washington, Wednesday.


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