PORT will have the latest version of The Score series of reviews for you shortly. It will focus on curatorial decisions and you can read #2 from 2011 to revisit the single worst curatorial mistake in Portland history
... never put Carl Andre sculpture in a display case.
. Museums are on the front lines of the widening income disparities.
On the other side of thefence the WSJ chronicles the making of the Frieze art brand
Christopher Knight rightly calls out the Whitney for misrepresenting his words
Roberta Smith discusses the uneveness of the Morgan Library's Embracing Modernism exhibition
and it is a healthy to keep an eye on such connoisseurship if NYC is to keep its position as the World's top cultural city. Dissimilarly, she liked the new Whitney too and she's right about Museums being at an odd crossroads these days balancing the needs of art, viewing and the sheer volume of visitors.
This is just fun Jackson Pollock and Lee Krasner's secret baking recipes published
... Pollock apparently had quite the award winning apple pie. People may scoff but how one approaches food tells you a lot about someone and art historians are notorious food sleuths. Just consider Paul Klee's enthusiasm for waffles & other food and his compositions?
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