Abundance Abound: Some Thoughts on Art’s Boundaries and Lack Thereof
by Catherine LaRivière
If you found yourself clicking on this link out of procrastination, know that this article was written under similar circumstances. It’s essay season and everything’s due all the time. C’est la vie, mon kiki.
A week and change ago, our beloved FDG saw its “Boundaries…
The Museum Workout???
by Sylvie Schwartz
#outfitgoals via Monica Bill Barnes & Company
If you haven’t heard, the Metropolitan Museum of Art held 45-minute workout sessions before the museum’s opening hours from mid-January to mid-March. The “entirely original and moving new work,” as the Met’s website describes it, has been in the works…
“I’ll go bowling”: Robert Mankoff’s Life as Cartoon Editor of the New Yorker
By: Deanna Duxbury
My parent’s weren’t big “art” people but they were obsessed with the news. Every story my mother saw or read (really, even on Breakfast Television) became an excuse to tell me to be careful, stay in and put on a sweater. I used to think it was…
Boundaries and Frontiers: An Interview with Artist Kenzia Dalie
By: Kennedy Rooke
“The Art of Passing By” by Kenzia Dalie.
At The Fridge Door Gallery’s winter vernissage Kenzia Dalie exhibited her piece, The Art of Passing By. As her artist statement says, she “asked family members and friends to send me a list of their travels. I assigned…
The Isabella Stewart Gardiner Museum: Curious Curating and Stolen Art
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…