Artworks

Making Poetry From Mallarmé’s Mistakes

In 19th-century French literary circles, Stéphane Mallarmé (1842–1898) was celebrated as the high priest of the Symbolist movement, artificer of intricately musical lyrics...

The Art of Not Communicating

CHICAGO — Can abstraction be a language? If you put the question to Caroline Kent, whose exhibition Victoria/Veronica: Making Room occupies two rooms...

Creatures Fly and Swim through Lush Ecosystems in Kinetic Miniatures by Penny Thomson

 Craft #animals #kinetic #miniature #sculpture August 27, 2021 Grace Ebert  Fish writhing through the ocean, colorful butterflies taking flight, and owls leaving their perch are a few of the...

Candid Black-and-White Portraits Capture the Tender Bond Between Photographer Masahisa Fukase and His Cat

 Photography #black and white #book #cats #portraits August 27, 2021 Grace Ebert All images © Archives Masahisa Fukase, courtesy of Atelier EXB, shared with permission In what can simply be...

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