[A note from Cecilia: This is a very late review as the Biennale is closing in November. I went in May but have been very busy working on a book. I am resuming my postings here and will do so as often as I can. There are many things I want to write about: shows and artists from Paris, London, New York, Los Angeles, and lots of other places, not to mention new experiments in neurobiology that may explain artistic expressions and creativity] Read More »
Posts Categorized: Art
Still from Richard Mosse’s Incoming
I had no idea this was only the beginning…
In the winter of 2002, I was crossing Read More »
1.6 million-year-old stone handaxe (British Museum) from the Olduvai Gorge in Tanzania.
Stone knapping was what Read More »
Keep your eyes at one of the dark spots in the painting – you can Read More »
Alfred Barr, the legendary founding director of MoMA has Read More »
Robert Smithson, Dead Tree, 1969 (Destroyed. Reconstruction at the 2015 Venice Biennale). *
‘“When you look at the issues facing society now – whether it’s health care, climate change, terrorism, energy – these are the kids who have the most potential to solve these problems,” says David Lubinski, professor of psychology in Vanderbilt University in Tennessee. “These are the kids we’d do well to bet on.”’
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In reviewing the exhibition catalog, Seen and Imagined: The World of Clifford Ross for Leonardo Reviews, I came upon Read More »
Museo nazionale delle arti del XXI secolo (MAXXI, Rome). Image from Another Something & Co.
During one of her early Read More »