Archive for the ‘art conservation’ Category

In Europe, Arts Ask for Alms (NY Times) Making Art Out of an Encounter (NY Times) Online, It’s the Mouse that Runs the Museum (NY Times) Scorsese, Govan Talk Film Preservation and Hint at Future Collaboration (LA Times) Critic’s Notebook, MOCA Begins to Roll Out Future Exhibition Plans (LA Times) A Renaissance at the V&A […]


By Laura Gatewood The 20th century witnessed a revolution in which objects can be considered works of art. The long establishment of canvas and bronze as the standard materials was usurped by infamous toilet bowls, fluorescent lights, and in some cases, helium balloons. The critical reaction to the modern generation of artists who declared that concept is as […]



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