This week, Yale University scraps its art history survey course, diversity in book publishing isn’t looking great, designers debate typography, and more.
“After the 2016 election, my work changed. I wanted to immerse myself in beauty and connect with something larger than the present moment, to not lose perspective.”
Grayson Perry, the celebrated potter, is indefatigable on the subject of himself.
The term “stained glass” hardly gets at the vast variety of techniques and range of effects achieved by Tiffany and his peers. It can almost be called sculpted light.
Now and then, I suspect that an honest art writer might feel as if he or she is losing it.
While working with Le Corbusier and his cousin, Pierre Jeanneret, for 10 years, Perriand advanced her vision of modern living.
Robyn O’Neil’s oversized, multi-panel graphite drawings resemble a graphic novel told across multiple walls and rooms. This narrative storytelling makes sense, as O’Neil’s cited influences are more literary than artistic.
Robert Grosvenor unmasks the anti-democratic, hierarchical forces that go into the making of an impeccable monumental sculpture.