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Jess T. Dugan: Every breath we drew, now showing at the Cornell Fine Arts Museum

“It’s a Man’s Man’s Man’s World”

-James Brown­

What does it take to be a man or male in this world? Is it a physical form that includes a penis, facial hair, and muscles? 375 more words


Southern Exposure: Portraits of a Changing Landscape

I have driven by Jacksonville several times, but I never been to the city itself, so I planned a day trip to visit the Museum of Contemporary Art, Jacksonville to view a show titled “Southern Exposure: Portraits of a Changing Landscape” with works by contemporary photographers William Christenberry, Deborah Luster, Sally Mann, Jeanine Michna-Bales, Richard Misrach, Andrew Moore, and Alec Soth. 1,081 more words


Hire Debra

Is there a painting you are struggling with and need more personal attention to help complete it?  You just can’t seem to figure out how to get it right.  174 more words

The art of Dragonball vs the art of Jojo Part II: The Point of Panels

This entry adapted from a discussion originally posted on the Something Awful Forums

What shape is this supposed to be?

This picture is supposed to make you see a triangle. 1,882 more words


Vivan Sundaram's "Making Strange: Gagawaka + Postmortem"

Vivan Sundaram’s show Making Strange: Gagawaka +Postmortem is at first glance a disparate collision of two genres of art: high fashion and object assemblage.

Gagawaka  700 more words


Welcome to the jungle

Why do people visit Art Museums? I like to think is to learn about art, appreciate art and…why not?  Create their sense of taste.

Taste is the responsible of preferences; it makes you feel attracted to a certain image, or it can make you feel disgusted about it. 463 more words


My JFK, Post-Critique

Can’t praise the value of artists’ critique groups enough! Above is a changed version of a copy I made, of Jamie Wyeth’s portrait of President John F Kennedy. 18 more words