Tag Archives: College Art Association

Lucy Lippard in 1976

Advice for Art Writers: Keep Your Standard of Living Extremely Low

It’s a coincidence, but a rather piquant one, that yesterday, just a few hours after a blackboard work by Cy Twombly sold for $30 million in a Christie’s salesroom in London, Lucy Lippard took the stage in a Hilton in … Read More


Canon Fodder

What’s wrong with art-history textbooks? As publishers churn out revisions, the College Art Association is asking if the old standards are relevant to today’s students. Read More