- Oct 2 20164 minutes
The Art-History Straitjacket
An exhibition at the New Museum shows just how narrow our idea of art has become.
- Jul 4 20162 minutes
New Survey Brings Women Into the Action of Abstract Expressionism
IN THE LATE 1940S AND early ’50s, when Abstract Expressionism first erupted, life wasn’t easy for those who adopted it as their practice. Red-baiting Congress members denounced it as a communist plot. Wary museums refused to show it. And just about n
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Why Entrepreneurs are Shepherds of Renaissance
Entrepreneur's editor-in-chief Amy Cosper proves why her degree in art history is relevant in business journalism, and why relevance is imperative in business.
- Dec 5 20165 minutes
Adam Pendleton On Art's Turbulent Moment
In “Midnight in America,” the conceptual artist uses language and abstraction to consider history’s “different sense of possibility.”