Our blogger muses about a blog dedicated to pictures of Lindsay Lohan with her hands photoshopped off.
To a stranger peeking through the window of Dillingham Room 020, the scattered piles of cloth, scissors and beads that lie on the tables within may signal chaos.
Caution tape, the buzz of machinery and dust in the air disguise the distinct contours and stark angles of the Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art’s newest installation — a just-finished 16,000-square-foot wing.
The figure is one of the most fundamental parts of human existence. Artists spend lifetimes studying it. They learn its different lines, angles, curves and shades. Then they spend the rest of their career drawing, painting and experimenting, all just to find ways of interpreting it.