Editorials

  1. Patterns that I Never See

    07 Feb 2018
    by Nora McCready Recently I have found myself dreading going to school. It’s not the classes or the work that repels me, it’s something I feel in the air. There’s a mood cast over me when I am downtown, a burden that weighs on me every time I think of…

  2. “The Manuscripts of Timbuktu”: A Conversation with Cynthia Copper

    06 Feb 2018
    Interview by Nina Chabel I met with photographer Cynthia Copper over a cup of coffee to discuss the series of photographs she took while on her trip to Timbuktu in 2008 with her daughter Pia Copper, and what she thinks of the evolving and changing medium of photography. From this…

  3. The Painting Recognition Test That No One Asked For

    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…

  4. Hockney on 5th

    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…

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

    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…

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