Judge art till l it judges you.
Nothing more for you to do.
One that will not let you be.
The foundation of the Burlington in the very early years of the twentieth century is the intersecting point of many cultural networks. Several of the many questions that underlie its inception have been investigated: the significance that the Burlington had for the development of art history as an academic discipline in Britain, the impact it had on the professionalization of the museum workforce, the mediating role that it assumed between dealers and collectors, and, most importantly, how it transformed art writing from a novelistic personal experience into a peer-reviewed, accountable visual analysis that referred to documentary evidence. 1,287 more words
A new book to add to my favorites: 101 Things to Learn in Art School by Kit White. I picked it up in a museum shop in Boston about half a year back, just got around to reading through it, and was seriously impressed by the amount of thoughtcandy the author managed to pack into such a small format. 132 more words