February 3, 2016 Barbara Aubin
“Folk Art and Neo-Folk Art” was both exhilarating and illuminating. Panelists touched on important points of original research, while much new territory was explored. However,
March 2, 2014 Christopher Howard
Losing the Plot
If a bomb had dropped on the building at 1 East 78th Street in Manhattan, the world of modern and contemporary art history would have lost its most respected and erudite scholars.
September 25, 2013 Christopher Howard
An Almost Unimaginably Radical Act
Unlike many of his colleagues, the American artist Sol LeWitt (1928–2007) embraced the term Conceptual art. And at a time when artists were abandoning the white cube to make work