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Magazine articles on art, artists, crafts and exhibits.
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April 2002
Charles Paul Freund
Artifact: Behind the Drip Do Jackson Pollock's notorious post-war "drip" canvases -- above is a detail from his famous Number 22 -- actually contain a hidden mathematical pattern? According to a story in Discover magazine, the physicist and art historian Richard Taylor is convinced that they do... mark for My Articles 16 similar articles
IDB America
March 2002
Roger Hamilton
Paradox and coexistence Latin American art goes a little crazy in the twilight of the 20th century... mark for My Articles 103 similar articles
March 25, 2002
Stephen Lemons
Through clowning You can laugh, but the mummified clown at the California Institute of Abnormalarts appears to be serious business... mark for My Articles
March 21, 2002
John Glassie
The man from Neen Miltos Manetas, who sent 23 invisible U-Haul trucks to the Whitney Biennial, explains the "art" movement that's out to change the way we perceive technology, intellectual property and moving vans... mark for My Articles 12 similar articles
March 18, 2002
Laura Miller
The Writer of Dreck(TM) With his appalling new novel, Thomas Kinkade, "The Painter of Light(TM)," makes a strong bid to become the world champion of vapid, money-grubbing kitsch... mark for My Articles 6 similar articles
March 18, 2002
Janelle Brown
Ticky-tacky houses from "The Painter of Light(TM)" Hiddenbrooke, a development "inspired" by Thomas Kinkade, ain't exactly ye olde quainte village it bills itself... mark for My Articles 6 similar articles
Science News
February 16, 2002
Ivars Peterson
A Snowy Twist Snow-sculpture of mathematical shapes. mark for My Articles 8 similar articles
February 11, 2002
John Glassie
Oldest living surrealist tells all Dorothea Tanning, painter, sculptor, writer and wife of Max Ernst, counsels young artists: "Keep your eye on your inner world and keep away from ads, idiots and movie stars"... mark for My Articles 87 similar articles
February 2002
Charles Paul Freund
Aesthetic Karma Should the Buddhas destroyed last spring by the Taliban be rebuilt? mark for My Articles 30 similar articles
December 2001
Brian Doherty
Artistic paradise lost? Burning Man, an annual art festival and experiment in alternative community held in Nevada's Black Rock Desert the week before Labor Day, was once said to be "the place on earth where the First Amendment is most fully exercised." Police chipped away at that this year... mark for My Articles 15 similar articles
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