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FDG Editorials

  1. The Painting Recognition Test That No One Asked For

    Date 05 Feb 2018
    by Tara Allen Flanagan With midterms coming up and paper deadlines on their way, nothing feels more necessary than a hard-earned break from academia. Soothe your mind with this art historical quiz that will challenge your knowledge of famous artworks without any real repercussions. The grade you receive is arbitrary…

  2. Hockney on 5th

    Date 01 Feb 2018
    by Charlotte Reine  David Hockney, English artist extraordinaire, brings color through canvas to New York’s 5th avenue.  The MET is currently honoring Hockney’s 80th year by presenting his most iconic works and delving into some of his greatest accomplishments to date.  The exposition makes evident Hockney’s use of color and…

  3. Exhibiting or Valorizing? Musee des Baux Arts’ Once Upon a Time…

    Date 31 Jan 2018
    by Anya Kowalchuk The MBA’s current exhibit Once Upon a Time…. Presents a confusing array of painting, artifact and film relating to the Western frontier. Two major tensions arise throughout the exhibit, often critically relating to each other. While the exhibit does not purport itself to be a reevaluation of…

  4. Is there still a limit between the worlds of fashion and art?

    Date 30 Jan 2018
    by Emma Renaud Today, we live in a world where anything and everything can be considered art. The limits of human (or nature)’s creation are non-existent and no boundaries can be imposed on creativity. As soon as the art community acknowledged Marcel Duchamp’s ready-made Fontaine, a whole new world of…

  5. Art that I Think About in the Winter

    Date 29 Jan 2018
    by Sylvie Schwartz It’s the end of January. I don’t know about you but for me there’s not that much that’s relatable besides winter and feeling like you’re dying inside. In that spirit - and because it would be depressing to make a list of artworks that makes me feel…

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