Click Here to Read: Anderson: Artists and the Stasi in Stalinist East Germany By Bernd Reinhardt on The World Socialist Web Site on November 12. 2014
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Click Here to Read: The Earliest Known Artist’s Studio: The discovery of a 100,000-year-old art studio in Africa hints at when modern human behavior emerged By Erin Wayman on The Smithsonian website.
An abalone shell recovered from Blombos Cave and a grindstone covered in red ochre. Image © Science/AAAS
Click Here to Read: Europe the birthplace of art? Cave art shows Indonesia has a claim by Deborah Netburn in The Los Angeles Times on October 8, 2014,
Researchers have determined a hand stencil in an Indonesian cave to be nearly 40,000 years old. (Kinez Riza)
Click Here to Read: Modern Art Was Used As a Torture Technique in Prison Cells During the Spanish Civil War on the Open Culture website on October 29th, 2014.
Click Here to Read: 10 Female Dadaists You Should Know By Alison Nastasi on the Flavor Wire website on November 1, 2014.
Click Here to Read: Nobel Prize winner Kandel speaks on art and psychology by Mindy Rosengarten on the Student Life website on October 30, 2014.
Eric Kandel, a Nobel Prize-winning neuropsychiatrist, talks in Anheuser-Busch Hall on Tuesday night. Kandel spoke to a packed, standing-room-only crowd about the influences of psychological theories on the creation and enjoyment of art.
Click Here to Read: MOMA hails Henri Matisse with ‘Cut-Outs’ exhibition By Patricia Reaney on the Reuters website on October 8, 2014.
Click Here to Read: Sculptor Jane McAdam Freud on war, family and getting to know her great granddad Sigmund by Bridget Galton on the David Key website on October 23, 2014.
Jane McAdam Freu
Click Here To Read: To Celebrate Its Jewish History, Poland Presents ‘a Museum of Life’ Museum of the History of Polish Jews in Warsaw to Unveil Core Exhibition By Rick Lyman in The New York Times on October 21, 2014.
SHAME, GUILT & PREJUDICE:Emerging Possibilities: Thn NAAP Annual Conference Committee
CONGRATULATES!!! Josephine Meckseper
NAAP’S MORNING KEYNOTE ARTIST PRESENTATION
On her commission for the New York TimesT Magazine 10th anniversary issue on newsstands October 19.
Saturday, November 15, 2014
at The Scholastic Center, New York City (more…)
To recover from the doldrums of reading about Ebola and the stock market, not to mention all the world political issues, I turned to our international website this week for solace – and found it. I hope that you will too. As usual, I will give you my personal choices, followed by the entire list. Enjoy.
My choices this week are:
1) In the event that you missed it, please read the note from Arlene Kramer Richards: COWAP Conference a Success
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Click Here to Read: The Id and the Ego, Depicted in Color By Nina Siegal in The New York Times on October 16, 2014.
Click Here to Read: Cosmos as Masterpiece In ‘Cosmigraphics,’ Our Changing Pictures of Space Through Time By Michael Benson in The New York Times on October 13, 2014.
CreditBiblioteca Nacional de España
Click Here to Read: 52 Colorized Historical Photos That Give Us A New Look At the Past by Jake Heppner on the Distractify website on July 3rd, 2014.
Click Here to Read: Pain and palliatives: examining the human condition by Kevin Karn on THe Vista website on October 10, 2014.
Click Here to Read: Cave Paintings in Indonesia May Be Among the Oldest Known By John Noble Wilford in The New York Times on October 8, 2014.
Click Here to Read: In a Mattress, a Lever for Art and Political Protest By Rroberta Smith in The New York Times on September 21, 2014.
CreditJennifer S. Altman for The New York Times
Click Here to Read: Letters to Afar: An Installation by Peter Forgacs and the Kleimatics Sponsored by YIVO and the Museum of the City of New York at the Museum of the City of New York on October 20, 2014.
Click Here to Read: Alexander the Great: History’s Superstar By C.J. Polychroniou on the Truthout Website on October 4, 2014 09:37,
Click Here to Read: An open letter to President Bollinger and the board of trustees By Sandra Leong and Kerry J. Sulkowics In the Columbia Spectator on October 2, 2014.
CARRY THAT WEIGHT | Emma Sulkowicz, CC ’15, has gained widespread attention for her performance art-protest, “Carry That Weight,” which seeks to raise awareness about sexual assault on campus.