Eliot's poem "Journey of the Magi" in the gallery, Duwenhogger indicates that the three figures are holy men of sorts, perhaps to be referred in turn to the figures depicted in a small painting in the entryway: Sunday Afternoon shows three workers in a cozily
decorated construction trailer whose windows open Onto a view of an austere modern building.
Kylian's latest creations--for all the sleek precision engineering of his dances--are a good deal less cozily
romantic than his early works, as NDT's repertoire in Edinburgh demonstrated.
Logline: Charlie (Charlie Sheen, right) is living the good (if terribly shallow) life: Plenty of money, free time, women and booze, with the surf cozily
pounding the beach outside his Malibu home.
Horror is in any case a popular American genre, cozily
embedded in the flow of media production; if the gothic is subversive, so's Hollywood.
It keeps the heat out during the hot summer and is cozily
warm in winter.
Instead of cozily
sized, determinedly modernist paintings selected by one curator, the second act, chosen by a squadron led by now former Whitneyite Lisa Phillips, includes everything from a barnful of canvases by the AbExers short-shrifted in Part I to the last word in installation.
This rivalry is cozily
considered cross-town, but the emotional gap between USC and UCLA turned into a chasm Saturday.
His interior scenes - from late-'60s pictures like Window at Night, 1969, to his most recent paintings - are poised on a knife-edge between cozily
reassuring and quietly dismal.
Mostly, though, ``Into the Sun'' is a perfect installment in the post-Beck pop gallery, where a beautiful and beguiling light stomper called ``Home'' rests cozily
against a sleepy bit of bossa nova, some sunny-sweet fluff-pop and some grooving instrumentals.
On the northern end, the British were cozily
tucked among the pines, overlooking Wescott Bay.
It depicted a 19th-century couple, cozily
leaning across a table.