Meg Madison
Meg Madison, 100-Foot Rope Spiral , 2015, Cyanotype, winter sunlight, LA River water, 20" x 28"  Click here for larger image and more information.

Chris Townsend, in his Introduction to Phaidon's lush monograph Francesca Woodman, begins the task of placing Woodman's work in an art historical context:

"Woodman never understood herself as a fully realized artist, even if that is how we see her now. When she died in 1981, aged only twenty-two, she was still learning, still absorbing influences, still exploring what she wanted her work to do and testing the directions it might take." Click here to read more.
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7/12 Press Release

6/9 Self Portraits

6/1 Call for Entries: Self Portraits

5/23 An Announcement and A Call for Entries

5/3 RED!

4/28 Updates

4/20 RED! Call for Entries

4/13 Virtually Yours

4/6 Netflix’s Medici: Masters of Florence and a Book That Gives You the Real Scoop

3/30 Short Takes: Another Mystery Involving a Russian Ambassador; Renaissance Geometry; Tim Hawkinson; New Blog Features & More

3/22 Skip Snow’s “Virtual Reality Trump” and a Call for Entries

3/9 Online Exhibition: Politically Inspired Art: Part 2

3/2 Politically Inspired Art: Call for Entries Extended

2/22 Online Exhibition: Politically Inspired Art

2/15 Survey Results and a Call for Entries

2/8 A Survey About How Politics is Affecting You and a Beautiful Book to Take Your Mind Off It

1/25 My Brain on Trump

1/16 Art and Literature in a Post-11/8 World

1/9 Two Announcements and Two Visually Stunning Books


12/14 Happy Holidays!

12/6 My Thoughts on the Oakland Ghost Ship Fire and the Plight of Artists in Our Society

11/28 Jane's Holiday Gift Guide

11/21 MARCH: National Book Award Winner Reminds Us that Eternal Vigilance is the Price of Freedom

11/14 Let all the poisons that lurk in the mud, hatch out 

11/7 A Big Dose of Van Gogh to Cope with Election Anxiety

10/31 Something Big

10/24 Binge-Reading Picasso

10/17 Need a Break from Politics? Here's the Perfect Antidote: Natural Fashion from Africa

10/10 Something for Everyone: A Ménage à Trois; Beatlemania Revisited; A Cookbook to Drool Over

10/3/ One of the Greatest Art Hoaxes of All Time. Would You Have Been Fooled?

​9/26 Storm King and Andy Goldsworthy

​9/19 Manhattan: Safety Vests and Hard Hats are the New Black

9/12 My Summer Vacation, Pt. 2: A Stop in DC Inspired by Shakespeare

9/16 My Summer Vacation, Part One: MASS MoCA , Eric Carle Museum, Montague Bookmill

8/15 ​Lyric Southern Gothic from Photographer Sally Mann

8/8 I Hallucinate. Dr. Oliver Sacks Comes to the Rescue

8/2 ​Five Years Later: "MFA: Is It Necessary?"

7/25 Welcome • Codex Seraphinianus • Belloli, Falkenstein and Weston at PMCA