Archive for the ‘Art Blog’ Category

  • Video Games That Embrace Irony and Death

    “Roguelikes,” inspired by the 1980 game Rogue, lack speed and dynamism, but they’re surprisingly compelling.

  • How Much Gay Sex Should a Novel Have?

    If a gay writer is at all ambitious, he will have fairly complicated opinions about sexual arousal in prose.

  • The N.Y.P.D. Misfires

    The N.Y.P.D. asked Twitter followers to share photo of themselves with officers. Images of what looked like police brutality flooded in.

  • Myth and Realism in Noah’s Ark

    The worldly dimensions of Noah’s ark add a dash of literary realism to the remote and fantastical book of Genesis.

  • Are College Campuses Obsolete?

    The debate over the merits of online education makes a stop at Columbia University.

  • Nasca, Mantle (‘The Paracas Textile’)

  • Weekly Roundup

    Yinka Shonibare MBE unveils a new sculpture in London, Vija Celmins exhibits bronze stones in Riga, Carrie Mae Weems hosts an all-star event in New York City, and more in this week’s roundup. Yinka Shonibare MBE has unveiled a new site-specific sculpture at Howick Place, a real estate development in London’s Victoria district. Wind Sculpture “explores the notion of [...]

  • Twenty-One Songs from Pinar Yolaçan

    Left: Pinar Yolaçan. Right: Pinar Yolaçan. Untitled from the Like a Stone series, 2011. C-print; 40×30 inches. Courtesy the artist. © Pinar Yolaçan For the past year, Turkish artist Pinar Yolaçan has lived in São Paulo, Brazil where she is participating in the studio program at Pivo (an experimental art center and cultural association), and creating a new video [...]

  • Read Between the One-Liners

    Pat Falco. The Only Painting That Will Sell, 2013. Acrylic on found painting; 18×18 inches. Courtesy the artist. A sign peeking out from the upstairs windows of the deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum greets visitors as they approach the main entrance. “Insider Art” is tenderly scrawled in black acrylic across a stark white canvas; its presence [...]

  • Death and Anger on Everest

    The worst accident in Everest’s history underscores an unfortunate reality: ascents have gotten safer for Westerners, but not for Sherpas.

 

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