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Matisse Large Reclining Nude (The Pink Nude) The Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore 66 x 92 cm. 1935

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Ben Carlson and Deborah Hay in the Stratford production of Much Ado About Nothing.

Andrew Eccles / Stratford Shakespeare Festival

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La Belle Et La Bête, billed as a contemporary, theatrical retelling of the Beauty and the Beast, not the Disney-fied version, but a more elaborate production blending live action with hologram-like effects. Luminato 2012

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Metric accept their awards for Group of the Year at the Junos in St. John's, April 18, 2010.

Andrew Vaughan / CP

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KD Lang performs on an open air stage as part of Luminato in downtown Toronto, June 17, 2011.

J.P. MOCZULSKI/j.p. moczulski The Globe and Mail

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Photo of Milton Barnes and Dienye Waboso in Shine Your Eye, Another Africa. Canadian Stages presents Volcano Theatreaas Another Africa . First presented as The Africa Trilogy during the 2010 Luminato Festival, this adapted production is a sharp-witted and entertaining look at the relationship between Africa and the West, featuring two plays and a new prologue from three international, award-winning writers.

John Lauener

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Dancing On The Edge Festival: Wreck Beach Butoh

Topher Ouellette

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Fans of Spinal Tap and Flight of The Conchords say "Hallo" to your new favourite band. Die Roten Punkte (The Red Dots) are Berlin's Prince and Princess of Indie Rock.

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