Tearing Up

December 22, 2011 • 1:55 PM ET
After a season full of tears and... well more tears, Kymia was crowned the winner. Before getting into all the finale fun, if you're having some serious Work of Art withdrawal, we've got one last treat for you -- blooper reel! Enjoy all the best...
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The Drama's Done

December 22, 2011 • 10:57 AM ET
“Then all collapsed,” goes the last passage of Moby-Dick, “and the great shroud of the sea rolled on as it rolled five thousand years ago.” Work of Art ended last night, although without sublime terror. Its end brought three good shows by three...
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An Alternate Universe

December 21, 2011 • 6:37 PM ET
I remember last year questioning why rock stars receive standing ovations. Athletes, ballet dancers, and actors, too, but where is the applause for artists? Now I know this might sound hypocritical coming from a guy who told Sucklord that Mr....
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December 21, 2011 • 6:20 PM ET
While the finale was the episode that I enjoyed watching most, it was also by far the one that was most fun shooting. First of all it was such a pleasure to visit Young, Kymia, and Sara in their respective homes and to get to meet their loved ones...
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Tiny Coincidences

December 19, 2011 • 6:11 PM ET
Since my day job keeps me slightly busy, I have fallen behind with my comments on the current season. The last two episodes were the most fun to watch and of course decisive in determining who would make it to the finale. Jeanne Greenberg Rohatyn...
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Portrait of an Artist

December 16, 2011 • 9:16 AM ET
For anyone who’s never been a judge on an American reality-TV game show about art — which is about everyone who ever lived in the history of the world except maybe a dozen dodos like me — the penultimate episode presents the hardest decision of...
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The Town

December 15, 2011 • 11:38 AM ET
Finally! I've been wondering all season what the deal is with Lola's lengthy titles for her pieces, and in this unseen footage she finally acknowledges the fact that they're so long. OK, so she doesn't so much explain why she does it, but hey, at...
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