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02.26.10
Pre-20th-Century Art
One of the strange aspects of the internet's ever-growing presence in our lives is the way we carve trails into the online landscape. Visiting the same sites regularly mimics the feeling of a neighborhood; a group of familiar spaces whose imagined
12.16.09
Pre-20th-Century Art
A couple of weeks ago, I went to see the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts to see their current exhibition, John William Waterhouse: Garden of Enchantement. Not only is an exhibition like this a unique experience (it has been since the
12.11.09
Pre-20th-Century Art
Walton Ford, New Work at Paul Kasmin Gallery The Royal Menagerie at the Tower of London – 3 December 1830 Oh, what a travesty to miss this exhibit!! Thanks to Morbid Anatomy, I’ve been spared just such a disappointment. Walton Ford’s
10.27.09
Pre-20th-Century Art
The last week has been a blur of airplanes, trains, boats and buses, and so my Cultural Diary is most atypical of my normal daily life. Since my four-year-old son was born, I don’t travel as much as I used to,
10.24.09
Pre-20th-Century Art
Museums of all kinds are wonderful, but big museums tend to be devoted to one conventional subject (like art or history-boring!), and feature well-curated, non-terrifying exhibits. This is why I prefer the type of museum that you stumble across by accident,
10.17.09
Pre-20th-Century Art
This week between editing and teaching, I managed to visit a few key exhibitions and concerts featuring compelling rarities. Two of them come thanks to recommendations from Holland Cotter, of the New York Times. Lately, I've been really appreciating his exhibition
09.01.09
Pre-20th-Century Art
Today I'd like to recommend a quick click to one of my favorite blogs, A Journey Round My Skull. Every post is absolutely fascinating and there are so many rarities to be had here that you come away with the feeling
06.24.09
Pre-20th-Century Art
Many beers at Barbara’s bar at the Brewery here in LA resulted in the following list. They are all French. They are all painters. So it goes, in descending order: 5. Seurat. He’s underrated the way Roy Lichtenstein is. Divisionism
05.27.09
Pre-20th-Century Art
Last week, the Courtauld Institute of Art in London hosted a panel titled "The Function of the Studio: Four Artists in Conversation" with artists Shezad Dawood, Gautier Deblonde, Antony Gormley and Andrew Grassie. From the program for the evening, as advertised
05.26.09
Pre-20th-Century Art
‘Olympia’, 1863-65, Paris. A number of years ago I happily managed to be in Paris for two weeks. Being a student, I didn’t have much money, so instead of fancy restaurants, I spent most of my time in the
05.21.09
Pre-20th-Century Art
(http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m1285/is_10_29/ai_56749888/pg_26/) Neville Wakefield is the Curator of Frieze Projects at Frieze Art Fair. Cecily Brown is an English painter working in New York. Here is a short and funny interview of Cecily. It provides insight into the way she works. Most
05.03.09
Pre-20th-Century Art
This list includes 10 seminal works from the 20th century classical repertoire. They represent a range of styles and methods explored during the past century. In a way, they were included because they are "the pieces that everyone talks about." I