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#43. Alan Gouk writes on Abstract Expressionism at the RA

The prevailing trend in London to mount such exhibitions in gloomy half-light may serve to enhance Rothko, but it casts a pall of premature burial over many of the rooms, the first especially. 2,334 more words

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Trip Log – Day 338 – Santa Fe NM

October 8, 2016 – Clouds and rain, 70 degrees

Miles Today: 26

Miles to Date: 17,566

States to Date: 45

My hosts described Santa Fe as a tale of two cities. 436 more words

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30 Years After ‘The Ballad of Sexual Dependency,’ a Look at Nan Goldin's New Work

“My taxi ride was a great, great example of how men hate taking instructions from women,” said Nan Goldin, who was seated with Adam Gopnik at this weekend’s New Yorker Festival, discussing her life, work and the state of the world. 601 more words

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Rape culture / Peace on earth

When the truth comes it comes to the body. My limbs go tense suddenly, electric. Arms ready to punch or flail but there’s no one to punch or flail so they stay still. 590 more words



The Portland Art Museum has officially revealed renderings for its long-planned infill project between the original 1932 Pietro Belluschi building and the adjacent Mark Building, which was designed by Frederick Fritsch in 1924 and remodelled in 2005 by SERA and Ann Beha Architects. 726 more words


Making Our Marks in the World

I’ve just been reading an article about the ways different artists “make their marks.”  “Markmaking” is a topic that often engages artists as they talk about their work.  520 more words


Mark #Rothko (an American #painter of Russian Jewish descent - September 25, 1903 – February 25, 1970)

Ochre and red on red – Mark Rothko photo by Emre Hasan Akbayrak

Mark Rothko born Markus Yakovlevich Rotkovich (Russian: Ма́ркус Я́ковлевич Ротко́вич, … 91 more words