Painting, drawing, sculpture, dance, film, theater, etc …
Monuments Men, Quests for Power, and the Market for Stolen Antiquities
Reflections on a kind of career switch
Volunteering for a gallery show made completely out of butter
How the Back Room Shakespeare Project Gave Up on Theatre — and Revived It
After viewing 20 hours of Christian Marclay’s “The Clock,” a writer explores the cities, images and timepieces that construct her…
Why art and tech need each other, especially in San Francisco.
or: Art with Relevance (and Singing)
Peter Shellenberger — a depict artist — talks about nuclear art, radioactive tupperware and roller-skating girls
A conversation with painter Simon Dinnerstein on The Fulbright Triptych
How did he make it?
Why you should go to “Paul Klee - Making Visible” @ Tate Modern
All the Way begins Broadway previews today, February 10.
Producing Theatre that capitalizes on the inherent strengths of the art form
I recently had the pleasure of seeing an exhibition of new drawings and photographs by David Goldes on view at Yossi Milo Gallery in New…
Somehow, it’s always surprising when a hero dies. The Irish poet Seamus Heaney passed away last Friday at the age of 74.
Exploring the elusive concept of beauty (and its truth).
The benefits of living in a hyper-connected world where everyone can access the world’s information and communicate in real time has…
When I was a kid taking art classes, the school newspaper interviewed my drawing teacher and asked for the reason why he didn’t make the…
I recently had the pleasure of witnessing almost 100 portrait paintings by Lucian Freud at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth (the only US…
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