It would be impossible for artists not to feel disappointed after dedicating themselves to rigorous and costly programs of study that tout MFA exhibitions as a crowning opportunity.
“Tortured” Artists Are Actually Less Creative, Study Suggests
In a new paper, two economists argue that artists’ creative output suffers in the periods immediately following the death of a loved one.
A Subversive 19th-Century Political Print Destroyed by the French Government
Not far from today’s Centre Pompidou in Paris, women, children, and the elderly were massacred on April 14, 1834, when French troops under the July Monarchy stormed a worker’s building on the Rue Transnonain searching for a sniper.
The Rose Art Museum Brings in the Big Guns
WALTHAM, Mass. — Back in 2009, Brandeis University announced that it would close its Rose Art Museum and sell off the entire collection, widely regarded as one of the best holdings of postwar and contemporary art in the country.
The Guile of Wols and Charline von Heyl
WALTHAM, Mass. — At the Rose Art Museum at Brandeis University, the art historian Katy Siegel has curated an exhibition titled The Matter that Surrounds Us, a group show of Wols and Charline von Heyl.
Brandeis Rose Art Museum Agrees Not to Sell Art
New England Journal of Aesthetic Research reports that Brandeis University in suburban Boston is pledging not to sell any art from its renowned Brandeis Rose Art Museum, after ex-president Jehuda Reinharz attempted to close the museum and sell its collection in 2009.