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New Banksys Highlight Plight of Palestinians in Gaza
The elusive street artist Banksy has released a two-minute video featuring his new art works in Gaza which highlight the plight of the area'
The New Museum's Triennial Surrounds the Audience with Too Much Art
The New Museum's third triennial, Surround Audience, is not nearly as immersive as its title suggests, and it sabotages many of the most con
Will Ellsworth Kelly's Austin Sanctuary Out-Transcend Houston's Rothko C...
Move out of the way, Houston, with your fancy Rothko Chapel. Austin’s fix’n to get one of its own, this time designed by Color Field artist
Metropolitan Museum Curator Walter Liedtke Killed in Train Crash
Walter Liedtke, a curator of European paintings at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, was one of six people killed in the Metro North train cra
Panther-Riding Drunks May Be Michelangelo's Only Surviving Metal Sculptures
A pair of bronze statues of nude revelers riding panthers are the only surviving works in metal by Michelangelo, a new study claims.
A French Artist Demonstrates How Not to Handle Criticism
On January 17 a group of performers hired by a French artist smashed nearly half of the artworks in his new exhibition, then this happened.
Topless but Far From Helpless: Charlotte Moorman’s Avant-Garde Life
So-called revisionist art history has made room for numerous, formerly overlooked or ignored artists in Western Civ’s recognized canon, but
John Keats and Martin Puryear, and the Latter’s Renewal of “Negative Cap...
Recently, and rather unexpectedly, the term “negative capability,” which was coined by the poet John Keats, came to mind. Was this an outlan
Art Spiegelman Criticizes US Press for Not Publishing ‘Charlie Hebdo’ Ca...
In an interview published by the AFP on Sunday, the American comic artist Art Spiegelman lambasted the US press for not republishing the Fre
The Problem of the Overlooked Female Artist: An Argument for Enlivening ...
Very recently I was told that a certain art magazine editor, who had deleted the feminist critique from a review I had written, “can only ta
Clouds Like Blood: How a 19th-Century Volcano Changed the Color of Sunsets
The eruption of Krakatoa on August 26–27, 1883, completely collapsed its Indonesian island, blasting the stratosphere with volcanic dust and