Adelle Lutz
American actor, model and costume designer
Adelle Lutz
Adelle Lutz is a costume designer, model and actress. Lutz is a daughter of a Japanese mother, Mona Lutz and a German father, Walter E. Lutz. She was married to David Byrne, but divorced in 2004 with a daughter, Malu Valentine (born in 1989). She is the sister of model Tina Chow. Lutz was cast as one of the Deetz's dinner party guests in Tim Burton's 1988 film Beetlejuice.
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ART REVIEW; Caution: Angry Artists at Work
NYTimes - over 12 years
THE Republican Party's choice of New York for its 2004 national convention, which has made a lot of people very nervous, may have done the city a favor. The Republicans have triggered an intense reaction on several fronts, and one of them is artistic. The convention, which opens on Monday at Madison Square Garden, has stimulated the city's
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ART GUIDE
NYTimes - almost 15 years
A selective listing by critics of The Times of new or noteworthy art, design and photography exhibitions at New York museums and art galleries this weekend. Addresses, unless otherwise noted, are in Manhattan. Most galleries are closed on Sundays and Mondays, but hours vary and should be checked by telephone. Gallery admission is free. * denotes a
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ART IN REVIEW; 'Hair Stories'
NYTimes - almost 15 years
Adam Baumgold Gallery 74 East 79th Street Manhattan Through May 24 Why does hair keep hanging around as a theme for contemporary art? Because it's one of the most conspicuous reminders that human beings are animals. Which is why we devote so much effort to cutting, shaving, washing, combing, shaping, dyeing and otherwise making it seem an
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Same as He Ever Was
NYTimes - almost 16 years
David Byrne carries everything he needs in a big red knapsack. He is self-contained. Like a strangely merry refugee, he wears the pack wherever he goes, his world on his back. ''It weighs me down a bit,'' he says, ''but I'm kinda married to it. I feel naked without it now. I like bein' portable.'' To prove its utility, he rifles through the
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Less Jittery Now, but Still Jumping About
NYTimes - over 19 years
DAVID BYRNE, THE PROTEAN pop star and multimedia artist, is staring at drawings of naked little girls floating across Civil War battlefields, and the nicely dressed ladies standing around him don't even seem to notice as he leans back and tilts his angular head. ''Wow!'' says Mr. Byrne, giggling incredulously, like an adolescent. He has traveled
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Home Video
NYTimes - almost 21 years
Multifaceted 'Seven' On Tuesday, New Line will release "Seven," a police procedural starring Morgan Freeman and Brad Pitt as detectives on the trail of a serial killer who finishes off victims in a manner befitting each of the seven deadly sins. Methods vary, but torture and mutilation are the rule: to excoriate the sin of pride, for example, a
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NEW VIDEO RELEASES
NYTimes - about 21 years
Beyond Rangoon 1995. Columbia Tri-Star. $97.51. Laser disk, $39.95. 99 minutes. Closed captioned. R. Release date: Tuesday. John Boorman's film succeeds as both a thriller and a serious political study. When a lapsed doctor named Laura Bowman (Patricia Arquette) travels to Burma, she encounters the democracy movement led by Daw Aung San Suu Kyi
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FILM REVIEW; Sad Tourist Trapped In Burma
NYTimes - over 21 years
There are two heroines in "Beyond Rangoon," a film with a shrewd double vision. One heroine, based on a real-life woman, becomes an ethereal, legendary presence hovering over the film. Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, the Burmese democratic leader who was placed under house arrest for six years and won the Nobel Peace Prize, gives the film its purpose, though
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Patterns; A trade show challenges the runway A Ghost apart Tina Chow, the collector.
NYTimes - over 23 years
A Challenger to the Runway Runway shows may look like great theater to outsiders, but their validity is constantly being challenged. No one buys from the strobe-flashed catwalks anyway. The real business is done not from gilded chairs, but from folding ones, in trade shows and showrooms. These days, the shows are more a photo opportunity and the
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In Times Square, Art Conquers Kung Fu
NYTimes - over 23 years
"Hey you," purrs the voice that issues from a pair of giant red lips projected onto a screen inside the entrance to the old Rialto Theater in Times Square. "Hey you, want to buy a place in heaven?" While Times Square has hardly been a mecca for those seeking redemption, the 42d Street Art Project is out to change all that. Starting tomorrow, the
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In the Windows, Witty Tableaux For the Season
NYTimes - about 24 years
THE holiday trees are scrawny and overpriced, and traffic seems set in cement. Snow, when there is any, turns to a soggy mess as soon as it hits the ground, and shopping becomes an excruciating exercise. For many people in New York City, Christmas is definitely not the season to be jolly. Ah, but it has its joys. Many New Yorkers have come to
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EGOS & IDS; At Barneys, There's Arising Such a Clatter
NYTimes - over 24 years
Adelle Lutz is creating some holiday cheer with a feminist message. Ms. Lutz, a costume designer and actress, is working on her first project since her sister, Tina Chow, died of AIDS in January. She is outfitting a series of mannequins for Barneys New York's always provocative Christmas windows. The store asked Ms. Lutz to create mannequins
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Bettina L. Chow, 41, Acclaimed As a Model and Jewelry Designer
NYTimes - about 25 years
Bettina Louise Chow, an internationally acclaimed model, restaurateur, jewelry designer, sculptor and fashion collector, died on Friday at her home in Pacific Palisades, Calif. She was 41 years old. Her death resulted from complications of AIDS, her family said. She had talked openly of her illness, which she attributed to heterosexual
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Bettina L. Chow, Model and Designer, Dies at 41
NYTimes - about 25 years
Bettina Louise Chow, an internationally acclaimed model, restaurateur, jewelry designer, sculptor and fashion collector, died on Friday at her home in Pacific Palisades, Calif. She was 41 years old. Her death resulted from complications of AIDS, her family said. She worked with AIDS organizations and talked openly of her illness, which she
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Critic's Notebook; 'Fashion and Surrealism,' And Influences on Ballet
NYTimes - about 29 years
LEAD: BECAUSE fashion design can be outrageous and Surrealism is a flamboyant art style, it is not surprising that Surrealist artists and trend-setting fashion designers often share a similar love of extravagance. The relationship between the fields is examined in ''Fashion and Surrealism,'' the exhibition at the Fashion Institute of Technology
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FILM: JOHN MALKOVICH IN 'MAKING MR. RIGHT'
NYTimes - almost 30 years
LEAD: AS the credits for ''Making Mr. Right'' roll by, the film's barefoot heroine is seen driving her bright red convertible to the sound of a high-voltage pop song, shaving her legs and painting on lipstick as she goes. This is the kind of hot-blooded, fun-loving moment that Susan Seidelman, who also directed ''Desperately Seeking Susan'' and
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THE CREATIVE MIND; DAVID BYRNE: THINKING MAN'S ROCK STAR
NYTimes - almost 32 years
PEROXIDE AND BLACK LEATHER. THE ELEVATOR at Manhattan's Hard Rock Cafe is crammed with members of rock groups trooping their colors. A live radio broadcast has just ended, and musicians are descending - Cheap Trick, Joan Jett's Blackhearts, and, pressed against the back of the car, a rail-thin man whose short, dark hair makes him look at once
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    FIFTIES
  • 2004
    Age 55
    Lutz is a daughter of a Japanese mother, Mona Lutz and a German father, Walter E. Lutz. She was married to David Byrne, but divorced in 2004 with a daughter, Malu Valentine (born in 1989).
    More Details Hide Details She is the sister of model Tina Chow.
  • FORTIES
  • 1995
    Age 46
    She portrayed Nobel Peace Prize Winner, Aung San Suu Kyi, in John Boorman's film Beyond Rangoon in 1995.
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  • 1994
    Age 45
    She also has had roles in Wim Wenders' Until the End of the World, as the main character's best, Oliver Stone's Wall Street and Something Wild. She also played Mari in the 1994 independent drama film Dead Funny.
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  • THIRTIES
  • 1988
    Age 39
    Lutz was cast as one of the Deetz's dinner party guests in Tim Burton's 1988 film Beetlejuice.
    More Details Hide Details She had a small and unseen cameo in Jonathan Demme's The Silence of the Lambs as a news reporter on TV.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1948
    Born
    Born on November 13, 1948.
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