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In the Light of Naples: The Art of Francesco de Mura

In the Light of Naples: The Art of Francesco de Mura

By Suzanne Cohen
On September 17th, the Cornell Fine Arts Museum in Winter Park, Fla., will unveil the first-ever [...]



Ethan Murrow: Tales of Desire

Ethan Murrow: Tales of Desire

By Claire Fenton
This July, Boston-based artist Ethan Murrow took his photorealistic drawings to the Museum of Contemporary Art [...]



Pop Matters

Pop Matters

By Raisa Clavijo
Richard Hamilton, a pioneer of Pop art, whose collage Just what is it that makes today’s [...]



Titus Kaphar: When Fiction Masquerades as a Memory

Titus Kaphar: When Fiction Masquerades as a Memory




Displacement: Symbols and Journeys

Displacement: Symbols and Journeys

By Suzanne Cohen
The notion of borders as geographic demarcations with political and economic ramifications is evoked frequently in [...]



Confronting the Canvas: Six Women of Abstraction

Confronting the Canvas: Six Women of Abstraction

By Claire Fenton
Abstract Expressionism has historically been defined by male artists who rose to fame in post-World War [...]



Ernesto Javier Fernández: Telling Stories

Ernesto Javier Fernández: Telling Stories

“The truth about truth is that it’s never ours,
nor mine, nor his, nor yours.”
-Carlos Varela

“At one end of [...]



Doris Salcedo: Three Decades

Doris Salcedo: Three Decades




Kendall Art Center: Beyond the Collector’s Kabinet

Kendall Art Center: Beyond the Collector’s Kabinet

By Raisa Clavijo
Collecting is not only a passion; it can become a lifetime goal. Through collecting, stories are [...]



ASK THE ART LAWYER. If Graffiti or Street Art is Created Illegally, Should The Author Benefit from its Copyright Protection?

ASK THE ART LAWYER. If Graffiti or Street Art is Created Illegally, Should The Author Benefit from its Copyright Protection?

An Interesting Development in the Joseph Tierney vs. Moschino S.p.A. Case
By Octavio Robles, AIA, Esq.
In a previous two-part [...]