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Even though I have a garage full of Land Rover’s, I spend most of my time pineing over older Italian cars. It’s not really something that you can explain, maybe it’s my Italian blood, or perhaps it just an appreciation for things of beauty. 540 more words


Jon Batiste 
Makes Good Art

Published in The Aspen Daily News on July 7, 2014

What makes for good art?

To be fair, that’s a loaded question, and one that artists and critics have debated for ages. 250 more words

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Roger Hiorns and Mamma Andersson: 
The Power of Objects in Art

Originally published in The Aspen Daily News on December 10, 2010

When Walter Benjamin wrote about an object existing beyond its material essence and taking on a new identity in the minds of its owner in his 1931 essay “Unpacking My Library: A Talk About Book Collecting,” sculpture had not yet evolved into an art form that could reflect Benjamin’s abstract theory. 539 more words

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Raphael: School of Athens 1509-11

For this analysis, I will be using Feldman’s Model of Art Critique to look at Raphael’s School of Athens (1509-11)

Raffaello Sanzio’s (Raphael) School of Athens… 329 more words

Art Critique

A Perspective on Art Criticism

When I first began to appreciate art, I knew nothing about how to properly critique a work.  I would simply judge whether i believed it was good or bad then move on with my life.   330 more words

No. 6 Francisco Goya

Ah we meet again! Under the guise of the night, it’s 11pm here in Melbourne, Australia. And I am explicitly here to discuss the work of the old master, Francisco Goya. 152 more words


No. 5 Arthur Rackham

The sometimes overlooked Arthur Rackham is one of the forgotten greats of the 20th century illustrators. Coming across his work for the first time became a typical cheesy revelation at what astounding and beautiful work of Rackham. 171 more words