Alison C. Fleming reads Federico Barocci and the Oratorians: Corporate Patronage and Style in the Counter-Reformation by Ian F. Verstegen. Claudia Swan reviews Benjamin Schmidt's Inventing Exoticism: Geography, Globalism, and Europe's Early Modern World. Carol Damian discusses...
Your network starts locally with the people know from your lab or office, the floor you are on, your department, the journal club you attend, the lunchroom, and the like. Then, what do you do outside your training? Do you play a sport in a student league? Are you involved...
After years of planning and digitizing, hundreds of thousands of documents and photographs in the Museum of Modern Art's archives will now be available online. The digital-archive project will include almost 33,000 exhibition installation...
In early 2015, near the end of her MFA in fine arts at Parsons, Leah Schrager set out on a project to create a celebrity by 2020—entirely via the internet—as an art practice. The celebrity she began to create was a hyper-sexy, cyber-savvy female rock star named...
Last week at the New School in New York, four female museum directors gazed up at an image of a woman sporting the all-caps slogan "The Future Is Female." They were gathered to discuss the dearth of women in art-world leadership roles—and what it takes to get there.
By 2016 it is obvious that midcentury modernism is the defining design influence of the decade, with slim, sculpted furniture and thin, minimalist lines now ubiquitous. But a parallel trend has developed that revives a different aspect of the modernist aesthetic, just in...
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