Monthly Archives: February 2017

A Review of “Raymond Pettibon: A Pen of All Work”

Holland Cotter of the New York Times describes Raymond Pettibon’s art as having a “prickly, manic feel.” He also calls it “a steady indictment of American culture… over the past 60 years.” Anyone who visits the “Raymond Pettbon: A Pen … Continue reading

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High Line Plinth Sculpture to Be Announced Soon

For anyone watching, the transformation of the High Line into a series of parks, wild spaces, and art spaces has been a lovely one. One of the final pieces is now on the horizon: the High Line Plinth. London has … Continue reading

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The Met Just Made 375,000 Images Available for Public Use

The collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art are so much more than what is hung on its walls. Literally hundreds of thousands of artworks stock their archives, more than they could ever show, even if they rotated their displays … Continue reading

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The History of the Typewriter

Did you know that February is International Typewriter Appreciation Month? What better way to kick it off than with a brief history of the typewriter! It may sound boring at first, but believe it or not the typewriter is an … Continue reading

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