Tag Archives: Carly Berwick

Royce Weatherly, Untitled (Bupkis), 2012. Purchased by artist Richard Prince. PRIVATE COLLECTION.
Profiles

Royce Weatherly: Making Dumb Objects Speak

‘What’s the minimum you can do to make a painting?’ Read More

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Fantastic Voyage

Visit the Adobe Museum of Digital Media without leaving your computer. Read More

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Remaking the Map

Blending fact, fantasy, and a dose of social commentary, artists are charting the world in new and unusual ways. Read More

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Where It’s @

MoMA acquires a typographic symbol—but what does it mean? Read More

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A Different Way to Make a Difference

From protest karaoke to a social-justice summit, Creative Time strives to make public art political. Read More

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Into the Woods

Using old canoes, discarded planks, tree stumps, and colossal roots left behind by loggers, Brazilian designers are transforming found wood into high design. Read More

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Nonsmoking Capricorn Museum Seeks Networking, Dating, Serious Relationships, Friends

Institutions are using MySpace, Facebook, and other social networking Web sites to reach new people and forge virtual communities. Read More

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Why Have There Been No Great Women Comic-Book Artists?

With a dual-venue exhibition in Los Angeles, comics by masters such as Winsor McCay, Chris Ware, and Charles Schulz have been elevated from pop culture to fine art. But as these artists receive their due, the show has sparked debate over the rightful place of women in the comic canon. Read More

Robert Colescott, At the Bathers Pool (Interracial Blues), 1984. COURTESY PHYLLIS KIND GALLERY, NEW YORK
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The Most Erotic Artworks

Artists, curators, and other experts name pieces that range from the suggestive to the explicit, Correggio to Clemente, Manet to Mapplethorpe, Indian sculpture to Richard Serra. Read More

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Net Gains

As interactive, computer-based artworks are collected and commissioned, are they losing their edge or gaining an audience?. Read More

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The New New-Media Blitz

Digital art—in all its forms—is gaining prominence among artists, curators, and audiences. Read More