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Edward Hopper – In His Own Words, “What Is The Meaning Of Your Work?”

April 26, 2017, by Jack Dziamba. New Post Goes Up Every Wednesday. To: Edward Hopper – “What is the Meaning of Your Work?” In the video above, published in March 2014 on You Tube, “Edward Hopper discusses the slow development of his iconic images, [as] part of the exhibition ‘Hopper Drawing: A Painter’s Process’ at […]

Summer Reading – 100,000 Free Art History Texts Now Available Online from the Getty Research Portal

June 29, 2016. Summer Posts: By-weekly posts on Wednesdays for July and August , by Jack Dziamba Paradise ‘“I have always imagined that Paradise will be a kind of library,”’ Jorge Luis Borges famously wrote. Were he alive today, he might well regard the internet as becoming more paradisiacal all the time, at least in the sense […]

Download 336 Issues of the Avant-Garde Magazine The Storm (1910-1932), Featuring the Work of Kandinsky, Klee, Moholy-Nagy & More

June 8, 2016. New Post Goes Up Every Wednesday, by Jack Dziamba  Whither the Book? While e-book publishing remains in a static state and the sale and use of e-readers has declined, the  “Old New Media” of the internet has makes available, for free, an immense trove of both Literature and Art which we have […]

Vincent van Gogh, LIVE! Another Fantastic use of Fine Art in the New Media by the Van Gogh Museum

May 11, 2016. New Post Goes Up Every Wednesday, by Jack Dziamba Fine Art in the New Media The Van Gogh Museum continues to astonish and break new technical ground in its use of the New Media tools to make Van Gogh, and his art accessible  to everyone, showing the artist as well as the […]

EVA HESSE, ARTIST – A Brief History of a Brilliant Life

May 4, 2016. New Post Goes Up Every Wednesday, by Jack Dziamba A Brief History of a Brilliant Life “Eva Hesse (1936-1970) is one of America’s foremost postwar artists. Her pioneering sculptures, using latex, fiberglass, and plastics, helped establish the post-minimalist movement. Dying of a brain tumor at age 34, she had a mere decade-long […]

MAX BECKMANN AND BERLIN

By Jack Dziamba, January 21, 2016 BECKMANN AND BERLIN “As the Berlinische Galerie marks its fortieth anniversary, the exhibition “Max Beckmann and Berlin” will focus for the first time attention on the decisive role the city played in the artist’s work. The art historian Julius Meier-Graefe, a contemporary of Beckmann’s, succinctly summed up the relationship […]