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Posts tagged with jacqueline-hampshire

  1. The Isabella Stewart Gardiner Museum: Curious Curating and Stolen Art

    29 Mar 2017

    By: Jacqueline Hampshire Art gallery, meets garden, meets cabinet of curiosities at the Isabella Stewart Gardiner Museum. The eclectic mix of art and artifacts housed at Fenway Court in Boston demonstrates Stewart’s impressive collection as well as her creative vision for its display. As we walked around the multi-story mansion…


  2. Sentimental for Serra

    16 Mar 2017

    By: Jacqueline Hampshire One of my most vivid memories of experiencing art as a child was a family trip to Dia:Beacon on our way to New York City. Dia:Beacon is an immense exhibition space housed in an old Nabisco box printing factory in Beacon NY. I was around 12 years old…


  3. Was Cy Twombly a Hottie? An Interview with Jessica Campbell author of Hot of Not: 20th-Century Male Artists

    24 Feb 2017

    By: Jacqueline Hampshire via Jessica Campbell. In 2016, artist Jessica Campbell added an essential literary work to the art historical canon. Through captivating text and visual analysis, Campbell fills one of the gaping holes in the history of art. For too long male artists of the 20th century have been…


  4. Home Visit Europe

    10 Feb 2017

    By: Jacqueline Hampshire Home Visit Europe. Photo via http://www.divadloarcha.cz/cz/performance/detail/70. Photographer David Kummermann. Last year I got the chance to experience Home Visit Europe, an interactive, participatory performance by the German theatre group Rimini Protokoll. The performance deals with big, abstract ideas of “Europe” in the intimate setting of a private…


  5. Accidents as Process: FDG Artist Interview

    10 Nov 2016

    by Jacqueline Hampshire After being born in Holland, growing up in Switzerland and living in Lebanon, Usamah Khan found himself following in the footsteps of his father, attending McGill University and inheriting one of his old cameras. Having graduated from Civil Engineering in 2014, Usamah now lives and works in…


  6. Have you met Wendy?

    27 Oct 2016

    by Jacqueline Hampshire In 2014, Kahnawake-born, Montréal-based artist Walter Scott gave the world Wendy. The graphic novel follows Wendy, an art school grad with big dreams of art-world success and a knack for questionable decision-making.  Wendy drinks too much and smokes too much, sleeps with greasy band members and has…


  7. Ma Belle Soirée

    14 Oct 2016

    by Jacqueline Hampshire Often after a day of back-to-back lectures and a lack of caffeine, I find myself counting the days till I can say my final farewell to cramped lecture halls and Power Point presentations. It wasn’t always this way. There was a time, long, long ago, when lecture halls…


  8. Meet the Editorial Board

    10 Oct 2016

    compiled by Catherine LaRivière Graphic made using Canva. Greetings FDG enthusiasts! A new school year means new beginnings, and the FDG’s blog is getting a kickstart of its own with its newly minted editorial team.Before we dive head first into our content, we thought you might like to get to know…


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