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This week, the Tonga eruption as captured from space, Boston gets a big gift of Dutch and Flemish painting, 30 years of New Queer Cinema, an important Marcel Breuer house is demolished, and much more.

Hannah Lee’s Dreamlike Realism

Being bowled over by an unknown artist’s first one-person show does not happen often but when it does, it renews your faith that the art world is not just about buzz and hype.

Edie Everette

Edie Everette (www.everettecartoons.com) was a fine artist for years until, impassioned by culture and politics, she became a full-time cartoonist. Her recently...

9 replies on “My Art School Breakdown, Part 1”

  1. A lot of young women going to art school disassociated – rape survivors, dealt with through substance abuse – self medicating, eating disorders, depression etc. If it wasn’t your story, you are lucky, it is for many.

  2. Why did people expect this to be funny? Because it’s sorted as a “comic”? I would understand a trigger warning, but I don’t understand how this could possibly be considered distasteful. Weird. Not sure why Part II is receiving so much flak on social media. This seems to actually relate to a lot of people that I know in my art school, and I actually find these to be tasteful, possibly even poignant, personal, as well as realistic.

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