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Monthly Archives: January 2013

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Ink: Notes on the Contemporary Print

Ink | An Interview With Leela Corman

Ink: Notes on the Contemporary Print

Ink | An Interview With Leela Corman

Guest writer Mandy Keifetz talks to comic artist Leela Corman.

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Open Enrollment

Open Enrollment | Horses vs. Trojan Horses: On Sly Beauty

Open Enrollment

Open Enrollment | Horses vs. Trojan Horses: On Sly Beauty

Lindsay Preston Zappas on beauty.

Illustration by Swanny Mouton

The Art + Brain Files

The Art + Brain Files

Blogger-in-residence Michael Neault begins his two-week stint with some words about neuroaesthetics. What can we learn from this emerging field of study?

Christian Marclay. Video still from "The Clock," 2010. Single-channel video with sound, 24 hours. © Christian Marclay. Courtesy Paula Cooper Gallery, New York.

On View Now

On View Now | Christian Marclay’s “The Clock”

On View Now

On View Now | Christian Marclay’s “The Clock”

Columnist Max Weintraub reviews Christian Marclay’s “The Clock” (2010), calling it a “tour de force of contemporary art” and “a cinematic wonder.”

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Transmission | An Interview with Niels Geybels: Sequences, Monoliths, and Beneath the Earth

Transmission

Transmission | An Interview with Niels Geybels: Sequences, Monoliths, and Beneath the Earth

Columnist Amelia Ishmael speaks with Antwerp-based visual artist, graphic designer, and musician Niels Geybels, whose various practices often overlap.

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Teaching with Contemporary Art

More Moments, More Dialogue

Teaching with Contemporary Art

More Moments, More Dialogue

This week I want to follow up on the two most recent posts, Speak About What’s Unspeakable and Teachable Moments in 2012, because there are some loose ends to attend to.

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The Art21 Blog’s Most-Viewed Posts of 2012

The Art21 Blog’s Most-Viewed Posts of 2012

A look back at the Art21 Blog’s most-viewed posts from the past year by Art21 Director of Digital Media and Strategy, Jonathan Munar.