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‘Late Renoir’ at the Art Museum

Broad Street Review (August 2010).

An aging man’s vigor: Renoir’s sensual freedom in paint

The late collector Walter P. Chrysler Jr. acquired his first work of art in 1923, just after he turned 14. 1,391 more words

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Lily Yeh : A Village with Heart

Metropolitan Home, (July 1993).

In a Philadelphia ghetto, an artist with as much energy as vision replaces despair with a mosaic of creativity, hard work and joy. 401 more words

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Diane Burko, The Politics of Snow

Broad Street Review (February 2010).

A change of temperature, on canvas

One morning last December, while the Copenhagen climate talks were in session, I reached for the… 919 more words

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Jayson Musson at Fleisher Ollman

Art in America (March 2013)

If Bruce Nauman “owns” water, as Hennessy Youngman opines in one episode of his YouTube series, “Art Thoughtz,” then Youngman’s creator, Jayson Musson, “owns” Coogi-brand sweaters, a hitherto unexploited art material. 574 more words

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Object Lessons: Women's Bodybuilding and Performance Art, 1970s-80s

 In Picturing the Modern Amazon. New York: Rizzoli International, 2000

Watching my first Ms. Olympia contest in 1997 alongside Laurie Fierstein, Al Thomas, and Michael… 6,041 more words

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Zoe Leonard, Army of the Dolls

Art in America (February 2001): pp 100-103

In her youth, the Victorian heroine of Peter Carey’s 1988 novel Oscar and Lucinda appalls her frugal family by mutilating an expensive birthday doll. 1,359 more words

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Ernesto Neto at the Hayward Gallery

The Art Blog (June 2010)

To get to The Edges of the World, Brazilian artist Ernesto Neto’s extraordinary installation at London’s Hayward Gallery, you first have to find the Hayward. 996 more words

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