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University of New Mexico Art Museum, Albuquerque, Agnes Martin: The Early Years 1947–1957 (September 13–December 14, 2013). Reviewed by Jennifer Field. Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, University of California, Berkeley, Beauty Revealed: Images...


Pat Kirkham and Susan Weber, eds., History of Design: Decorative Arts and Material Culture, 1400–2000 (New Haven: Yale University Press, in association with the Bard Graduate Center, 2013). Reviewed by David Pullins. Joseph Shatzmiller, Cultural Exchange: Jews, Christians,...


How long do you need to look at a painting to really appreciate it? There are many answers to this question. As long as you like, is one. Longer than you think, is another. The art historian James Elkins wrote that it...

source: The Independent

My banning of cell phones and laptops, particularly the way I articulate it as a "ban" in my policies, suddenly seemed inconsistent with my own philosophies. And yet, I still don't want students habitually using their phones or computers in class, unless we are in the midst...

source: Inside Higher Ed

Andy Warhol wrote lovingly of his ever-present tape recorder. But for almost a decade beginning in the 1960s, his real boon companions seemed to be his 16mm film cameras, which he used to record hundreds of reels, many of which are still little known even among scholars...

source: New York Times

I am nostalgic for a time before the modern concept of art forgery had gelled, when it was possible to imagine many ways for artworks to exist out of their time. I love the culture of Renaissance art because it was not settled in its categories, and produced art out of that...

source: Brooklyn Rail


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