has a nice weekend update from New York
. I also agree, Brice Marden's work
seems to have been made to fill museums rather than inhabit them like Ellsworth
Kelly's paintings do. Marden makes the kind of stuff you fall in like with.
chimes in on Randy Gragg's interesting
article last Friday. I agree a museum is the right thing to do but
what kind of museum?
Hackett wrote about the crisis of confidence in newspaper art writing
Don't get me started but I see a huge difference between most journalists and
effective cultural discussion. In Portland a lot of people don't bother to read
visual arts coverage in some printed publications anymore and Portlanders L O V E to read! Note to Portland editors, PORT's readership is going through the roof and Regina Hackett herself is consistently read by most serious Seattlites (and more than a few Portlanders). I love how she is publishing letters on her blog too.
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