The long-overlooked artist received her first museum survey at age 83.
A Major Korean Painter Begins to Get His Due
While postwar Korean artists are celebrated in the West, the strongest painters of the next generation remain under-known.
Entering the Mischievous Portals of Monumental Paintings
Matt Kleberg’s paintings are nonetheless accessible, affording the viewer opportunities to “trespass.”
The Geometric Origins of Modern Painting in Peru
LIMA, Peru — Geometric abstraction is one of those art movements that, depending on the viewer, either resonates deeply or bores one to tears.
The Bewitching Geometry of the Moving Image Art Fair
Moving Image would be Emily Dickinson’s favorite art fair.
The Hallucinogenic Origins of Art
A paper published in the most recent issue of Adaptive Behavior significantly updates the long-standing thesis that the global prevalence in prehistoric art of “certain types of geometric visual patterns” suggests hallucinogenic inspirations. The University of Tokyo authors — Tom Froese, Alexander Woodward, and Takashi Ikegami — conclude that this theory is largely correct, and go on to map specific neurobiological features to specific forms of geometric abstraction.