Tag Archives: Trent Morse


Allison Smith: Material Girl

Occupying a storefront in the Uptown section of downtown Oakland is a place called SMITHS. Sunlight seeps through the tall windows onto antique-looking jugs, teapots, baskets, and quilts, that are stacked on shelves along one wall, as if on display … Read More


Samuel Jablon at Freight + Volume

Words become visceral things in the mosaics of Samuel Jablon, who creates beautifully messy concrete poetry by affixing bits of mirror, fused glass, precious metals, and semiprecious stones to painted wood panels. Certainly, there was a crafty folksiness to the … Read More


All Together Now: Artists and Crowdsourcing

In galleries, public spaces, and online, artists are orchestrating pieces that can only be completed by you Read More


Pushing Software to Its Artistic (and Algorithmic) Limits

Daniel Temkin’s Glitchometry brings the psychedelic esthetic of Op to the language of coding Read More

Books Catalogues Raisonnés News

All Cézanne, All Virtual, All the Time

An online catalogue raisonné will put the wide scope of the artist’s achievements on a free-access website Read More


Making Cutting-Edge Art with Ballpoint Pens

Accessible and affordable, the ballpoint pen has become the medium of choice for artists to make obsessive abstractions, extreme drawings, and playful riffs on venerated ink traditions Read More

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Leaving the Frick behind: Colin B. Bailey. BILL ZEMANEK.

Bringing up Bailey: New Chief at FAMSF

Colin Bailey talks about his new job as head of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, how museums should use the Web, and what he misses about the Frick Read More


Kinetic Esthetic: Dannielle Tegeder

The artist inaugurates Hamilton College’s new Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum of Art with a mural and motion machines Read More


Hip-Hop Heraldry

Through his collages, performances, and videos, Rashaad Newsome mixes ‘ghetto’ vernacular with staid European tradition Read More

Looking at Art

Slow Down, You Look Too Fast

The organizers of Slow Art Day ask museumgoers to take their time. Read More