The newest Dr Great Art Podcast. Episode 36: Paintings and Novels are Quintessentially Antithetical.
Paintings and novels, far from being hidebound, as is often squawked, are quintessentially antithetical: excellent disciplines for new metaphoric thought. They are ideally adversarial. They incorporate, use and criticize. They have achieved a condition of being perpetually „genres undermined.“ They have been in a permanent state of crisis for a minimum of several hundred years. What more could one ask for as a difficult, challenging and rewarding fray?
#arthistory #painting #novel
Herzliche Einladung zur Diplom 1 Ausstellung der Studentinnen des
HF Bildende Kunst, Schule für Gestaltung St.Gallen,
ART HISTORY „TIMELINE“ ALL WOMEN! Here is my newest Art History print. I will be drawing this soon, a.o. so I can make prints of it. It will be in Central Booking Gallery (Maddy Rosenberg, curator) as part of a wall installation in March.
Dr Great Art podcast Episode 28: Sophistry in Art
This episode concerns a troublesome yet seldom acknowledged tendency in the artworld: Sophistry. Why are you in this struggle? Are you an artist or critic or curator simply for careerist „success“? Weren’t you actually CALLED to art?
The new Episode 27: an explanation of my assertion that art history models are not necessarily master narratives. Art History is often told in versions of one linear story, thus a master narrative. This often delimits thought, sustains oppressive systems and purports to be the truth, allowing no exceptions. On the other hand, the stringent fear of modeling has sometimes lead the less inventive to fall into the simple nihilism of „I give up.“ In fact, models are important dialogical tools of and for thought.
http://drgreatart.libsyn.com/episode-27-models-are-not-master-narratives #art history #thoughtmodels #metaphor
My newest all pics art history poster/print. The braid and hands at the bottom shows us all working on this to turn it into a braid model.