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Anita is a psychoanalyst in private paractice, and she has written numerous psychoanalytic papers. Her passions include ballroom dancing and Argentine Tango, studying classical piano, and, of course, photography.
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Click here to read “DEPTH OF FIELD: Thomas Struth’s way of seeing” by Janet Malcolm from The New Yorker on September 26, 2011.
Thomas Struth’s large-scale portrait of Queen Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh, taken at Windsor Castle, was commissioned by the National Portrait Gallery in London, for an exhibition of paintings and photographs of the Queen commemorating her Diamond Jubilee, next year. When Struth was approached, he wondered, “Would I be able to say something new about people like this?”
Click Here to Read: Authentication of Rembrandt’s Self-Portraits through the Use of Facial Aging Analysis by Tal Friedman, MD, MHA, Doron J. Lurie, PhD and Avshalom Shalom, MD, MHA. IMAJ 2012: 14: October: 591-594.
Click Here to Read: Doing Psychoanalysis in Tehran: In treatment, state and system: An exploration of the ‘Persian psyche’ challenges Western preconceptions, finds Shahidha Bari, reviewing a book by Gohar Homayounpour on The Higher Education Times website on October 18, 2012,
Click here to read “Music at an Exhibition: Gustav Klimt’s Drawings at the Getty Museum” by Lynne Oliva, Psy.D.
Lynne Oliva, a psychoanalyst in LA takes us on a Klimt tour at the Getty exhibition, which closed recently. She gives a personal sense of the musicality she felt moving through these pictures at an exhibition.
Those of us in NYC or who visit can get the flavor of Klimt’s drawings at the Neuegalarie.
N. Szajnberg, MD, Managing Editor
The Three Gorgons (1901), Albertina Museum, Vienna
Studies for Goldfish (1901), J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles
Click Here to Read: Interview with Eric Kandel: ‘I See Psychoanalysis, Art and Biology Coming together, Interview conducted by Johann Grolle, on the Speigel Online International Website on October 11, 2012.
Eric Kandel is considered one of the world’s most important neuroscientists. He recently published a book about the creative power of Vienna, the city of his birth. In an interview, he discusses the demonic side of man and the postcoital perspectives offered in Gustav Klimt’s paintings.
Click here to read “Expo Chicago: Money and art mingle, with little benefit to art” by Jeff Lusanne from World Socialist Web Site on September 27, 2012.
After a six-year hiatus, Chicago was once again host in 2012 to an international art fair, Expo Chicago. The event was held September 20-23 in the massive Festival Hall at Navy Pier, a tourist destination near the city’s center. One hundred galleries exhibited work in the fair, presenting enough material to easily fill up a day of viewing. Such a presentation offered a unique opportunity to survey the world of contemporary art—and, specifically, its problems and possibilities.
Click Here to Read: “Twinned Brothers” : the Parallel Personalities of Timon and Hamlet by Amanda Machado an Honors Projects Overview from the Rhode Island College Honors Projects on Rhode Island College Digital Commons website.
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Click Here to Read: Salomé, Wilde, and Freud on the Inklings website on February 9, 2012.
Oscar Wilde as Salomé
Click Here to Read: Group Psychoanalysis on a Russian Estate: ‘A Month in the Country,’ at Williamstown Theater Festival, Reviewed by Ben Brantley in The New York Times on August 10, 2012.
From left, Kate Kearney-Patch, Elisabeth Waterston, Jessica Collins and Jeremy Strong in “A Month in the Country.”
Click Here to Read: The truth, beauty and desire: Klimt drawings evoke ferment of turn-of-the-century Vienna by Tom Teicholz on the Jewish Journal.com website on July 11, 2012.
Gustav Klimt’s “Half-Length of a Lady in black wearing a Hat with a Feather” (1907-1908). Image courtesy of the Albertina Museum., Vienna
Click Here to Read: Absolutely-Too-Much by Simon Critchley on the Brooklyn Rail website in the July August issue.
The Big A by Al Held, 1962, Courtesy of the Al Held Foundation
Click Here to Read: The Late Henry Moss: Sam Shepard’s final exorcism by Richard Adams on the World Socialist Website on July 7, 2012.
The Late Henry Moss Joe Dalo, Ivet Corvea and Gary Werntz [Photos: Mathew Richter]
Lucian Freud’s ‘Naked Truths’ Documentary Premiers In Conjunction With ‘Portraits’ Exhibition At The Modern Art Museum Of Fort WorthSaturday, June 30th, 2012
Click Here to Read: Lucian Freud’s ‘Naked Truths’ Documentary Premiers In Conjunction With ‘Portraits’ Exhibition At The Modern Art Museum Of Fort Worth (PHOTOS) By Priscilla Frank on the The Huffington Post website on June 30, 2012.
Click Here to Read: Pottery 20,000 Years Old Found in a Chinese Cave By Didi Tang the Sci-Tech Today.com website on June 29, 2012
Click Here to Read: Brain Waves Lift Me Higher by Ariel Kaminer in The eEw York Times on June 22, 2012.
Click here to read “La Scala Fires Ballerina After Comments About Pressure to Be Thin” by Roslyn Sulcas from The New York Times on February 9, 2012.