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Monster Mash: Unknown masterpiece discovered; Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra heading to Cuba

September 24, 2010 |  8:05 am


-- Artistic discovery: A previously unknown painting by 16th century artist Pieter Bruegel the Elder has been revealed by picture restorers at the Prado Museum in Madrid. (BBC News)

-- Cultural ambassadors: The Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra with trumpet player Wynton Marsalis will play four concerts in Cuba in October. (Agence France-Presse)

-- Appointments: The Carnegie Museum of Art names a three-person curatorial team for the 2013 Carnegie International. (Art Daily)

-- Screen to stage: Baz Luhrmann wants to adapt his movie "Strictly Ballroom" for the Broadway stage. (New York Times)

-- Mature themes: An upcoming museum retrospective of work by photographer and filmmaker Larry Clark will be for adults only. (Art Info)

-- Touch of class: Reality television star Kim Kardashian is expected to attend the gala party for LACMA's new Resnick Pavilion. (Hollywood Reporter)

-- And in the L.A. Times: Architecture critic Christopher Hawthorne reviews the new Resnick Pavilion; art critic Christopher Knight reviews the three inaugural exhibitions at the Resnick Pavilion.

-- David Ng

Photo: "The Wine of St. Martin's Day" by Pieter Bruegel the Elder has been discovered at the Prado Museum in Madrid. Credit: EPA