Post #775 • April 14, 2006, 8:23 AM • 20 Comments
The First Post displays a series by Ellen Kooi.
Bunny Smedley reviews Ruisdael at the Royal Academy, a version of a show that I had a word about myself in January. After a two-year hiatus, she has reactivated Electric Review Online as a site of her art writings. And oh, but can she write.
Have you been by studiosavant lately? Go. Just go. Take off!
Pulse. The author trained in fine art and is now advancing an evolutionary approach to culture and system design. He is delivering his book traditionally, as well as digitally in several flavors. Some of the delivery ideas are intriguing, some are unpromising. All of them together may be unprecedented. If someone were to ask me what the future of publishing is going to look like, I'd point them here.
CNN: China launches museum-building frenzy. Note to self: Keep working on Mandarin.
Chelsea, or Leipzig? Leipzig.
"We feel as if this frozen moment from 525 years ago will soon cease to exist, and as the artist scribe begins to move the pen in his hand, his beautiful face will light up in even greater happiness, as if he is watching someone else's pencil race across the page." Orhan Pamuk covers Bellini and the East at the National Gallery, London, for the Guardian. JL comments. (AJ)