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Infinity and Context

I’ve been thinking a lot about the concept of infinity and how you cannot physically comprehend it mentally but it is possible to show it physically through infinite regression. 909 more words

L5 Subject


by Mark Rothko
American, born Russia (now Latvia), 1903-1970
No.3/No.13, 1949
Oil on canvas
The Musefum of Modern Art, New York


Scary Beautiful

Received wisdom tells us that the purpose of fashion is to make women beautiful, so that they will be attractive to men. When women are attractive to men, men will then want to have sex with them and/or marry them and/or buy them nice things, and any or all of these will validate the woman in the eyes of the world. 562 more words



The object here is to look at two different museum sites and see what similarities there are as well as how the art style plays into the design. 180 more words


Mapplethorpe's Other Man: On Philip Gefter's Wagstaff: Before and After Mapplethorpe, for Hyperallergic

In Wagstaff: Before and After Mapplethorpe, Philip Gefter’s new biography of collector, curator, and market force Sam Wagstaff, the author argues that it was not only his subject’s life that was transformed by his relationship with  1,231 more words