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An exhibition of Concrete Art displays the vibrant aspects of a fiercely abstract movement

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“A work of art must be entirely conceived and shaped by the mind before its execution. It shall not receive anything of nature’s or sensuality’s or sentimentality’s formal data. We want to exclude lyricism, drama, symbolism, and so on.”

If the manifesto of Concrete Art — from which these lines come — is to be believed, the abstract movement sounds a dry and colourless affair. Yet, as a gem of a show at Galerie Knöll in Basel this week demonstrates, much of the work that emerged under the Concrete umbrella was vibrant, whimsical and adventurous.

The term Concrete Art was coined in 1924 by Dutch Bauhaus heavyweight Theo van Doesburg. By the time he wrote the manifesto in 1930, van Doesburg had fastened on an approach ostensibly void of all metaphysical leanings. As such he seemed to be distinguishing Concrete Art from abstractionists such as Mondrian — with whom he had previously collaborated — who claimed to take spiritual inspiration for their sharp-edged, primary-hued planes.

Sweeney said she will take the matter under advisement.

"I'll dig into this. You're not getting an instant decision," she told lawyers in the case on Tuesday.

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PITTSFIELD - A Pittsfield woman is suing The Wheatleigh, a historic estate and hotel in Lenox that Forbes Magazine has previously given a 5 star rating.

Arleta Mongue, a former server at the hotel, filed a civil lawsuit against the hotel'sowners in U.S. District Court in Springfield on June 20, alleging that they broke state and federal labor laws during her employment with them.

Listed in the National Register of Historic Places, the Wheatleigh--which also calls itself amember of the Leading Hotels of the World --is an Italian villa-style estate originally constructed in the late 19th century. It is now owned by L. Linfield Simon and his wife Susan Simon, who are listed as defendants in the lawsuit along with Marc Wilhelm, who is the hotel's general manager.

Mongue claims that while working with the hotel between May of 2017 and January of 2018 she was paid a "service rate" of $5 per hour, despite the fact that approximately "40 percent" of her work consisted of performing "non-tip producing tasks."

These tasks included "clearing hotel rooms of food and dishes, polishing glassware and silver, washing and drying towels, assembling furniture, cleaning furniture, transporting furniture, decorating rooms, and attending taste-testings," according to the lawsuit.

Mongue should have been paid the state minimum wage of $11 per hour during the non-tip producing work, the lawsuit alleges.

The lawsuit further claims thetips that were collected by the company were unfairly pooled, with tips "unlawfully distributed" to prep-cooks, shift captains and the hotel's restaurant manager. According to the lawsuit, this policy violated theMassachusetts Tip Act , which stipulates that only wait staff employees can receive tips left by patrons. Non-wait staff employees and supervisors are, by law, barred from sharing in a tip pool.

Mongue alleges that she worked long hours at the hotel, routinelyworking over 40 hours in a week, but was not paid overtime wages as required by the Fair Labor Standards Act.

The lawsuit charges the hotel with failure to pay minimum wage, violation of the Massachusetts Tip Act, failure to pay due overtime, and failure to timely pay wages.

Mongue has asked for compensation for compensatory and statutory damages, interest, costs, and attorneys' fees. She is being represented by Jeffrey S. Morneau and Lan T. Kantany of Connor Morneau, LLP, based in Springfield.

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