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Tuesday, June 21 2011

Everyone’s a Critic: Babies Prefer Picasso

— Tom Jacobs (Miller-McCune, 14 June 2011)
Filed in: Science & Technology | Visual Arts

Friday, May 6 2011

Wednesday, May 4 2011

Thursday, April 14 2011

Picasso’s Erotic Code

— John Richardson (Vanity Fair, May 2011)
Filed in: Visual Arts

Monday, September 20 2010

Tuesday, August 3 2010

1848 Daguerreotypes Bring Middle America’s Past to Life

— Julie Rehmeyer (Wired, 9 July 2010)
Filed in: American Studies | History | Visual Arts

Ars Homo Erotica: ‘Bring the Toilet to Warsaw National Museum’

— Emilie Prattico (Cafebabel, 16 July 2010)
Filed in: Gay/Lesbian Culture | Visual Arts

Sunday, July 25 2010

Bravo’s ‘Work of Art’ (audio)

— KCRW (KCRW, 22 June 2010)
Filed in: Television | Visual Arts

Tuesday, June 15 2010

Wednesday, June 9 2010

The Missing Critical History of Illustration

— Rick Poynor (Print, June 2010)
Filed in: Criticism | History | Visual Arts

Wednesday, May 19 2010

Ghosts of New York
— John Freeman Gill (The Atlantic, June 2010)
Filed in: American Studies | Geographies | Visual Arts

Thursday, March 18 2010

Beauty Is Shoe
— Wendy Steiner (Lapham's Quarterly, Spring 2010)
Filed in: Criticism | Fashion | Visual Arts

Friday, March 12 2010

The Bauhaus: Why We’re Still Fascinated by It (slide show)
— Witold Rybczynski (Slate, 10 March 2010)
Filed in: Geographies | Visual Arts

Tuesday, March 2 2010

Inhumane Le Corbusier
— Theodore Dalrymple (Axess, 2009)
Filed in: Geographies | Visual Arts

Saturday, February 13 2010

Do We Take Art a Little Too Seriously?
— Marcus Westbury (The Age, 1 February 2010)
Filed in: General Culture | Visual Arts

Sunday, January 17 2010

Making Art Out of an Encounter
— Arthur Lubow (The New York Times Magazine, 15 January 2010)
Filed in: Visual Arts
How Soon Was Now? The Death of the Polaroid Photo
— Barry Schwabsky (The Nation, 22 December 2009)
Filed in: Visual Arts
The Disappearing Darkroom
— Natalie Whittle (Financial Times, 8 January 2010)
Filed in: Visual Arts

Friday, January 15 2010

The Resistance of Painting: On Abstraction
— Barry Schwabsky (The Nation, 16 December 2009)
Filed in: Visual Arts

Tuesday, December 15 2009

The Art World vs. the World of Art
— The New Criterion (The New Criterion, December 2009)
Filed in: Visual Arts

Monday, November 16 2009

Mistakes in Typography Grate the Purists
— Alice Rawsthorn (The New York Times, 15 November 2009)
Filed in: Visual Arts

Saturday, November 14 2009

The World’s Most Colorful Video Artist
— Randy Kennedy (The New York Times Magazine, 11 November 2009)
Filed in: Film | Visual Arts

Monday, November 9 2009

Berlin’s Hip Art Scene Goes International (video)
— Fred Pleitgen (CNN, 4 November 2009)
Filed in: Visual Arts
The Wende Museum’s Berlin Wall Project (audio)
— Justinian Jampol, Kent Twitchell, and Wayne Ratkovich (KCRW, 3 November 2009)
Filed in: History | Visual Arts

Thursday, October 8 2009

The Fight Over Frida (audio)
— Ruth Seymour (KCRW, 6 October 2009)
Filed in: Visual Arts

Thursday, October 1 2009

Modern Art More Likely to Stir the Heart
— Tom Jacobs (Miller–McCune, 11 September 2009)
Filed in: Visual Arts

Friday, September 11 2009

The Art of Obama Worship
— Michael J. Lewis (Commentary, September 2009)
Filed in: American Studies | Politics & Government | Visual Arts

Thursday, September 3 2009

Japanese Simplicity
— Roland Kelts (Adbusters, 25 August 2009)
Filed in: Asian Studies | Visual Arts

Tuesday, September 1 2009

Seeing Eye to Eye
— William T. Vollmann (Bookforum, February 2009)
Filed in: Visual Arts
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