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New York Postcard: Busted Viewfinders
Gerhard Richter: The Life of Images

As the producer of the most expensive work available by a living artist in Europe, Gerhard Richter is also among the most searched artists online.

New York Postcard: The Uncaged Bird

George Shaw reports from an exotic sounding place…

New Work Friday #230

Hazy borders, make believe.

New Work Friday #229

Of his work in general, Carl Plate commented “I am trying to suggest another level which is a combination of what is seen and what is not seen, and finally to create something which exists by itself outside any visual experience.”

New York Postcard: USA Idioms

From George Shaw, in New York, New York, Land of the Free… 

A Floating Life: Navigating Bingyi’s Literary Maze

“A true polymath: an art historian with a doctorate from Yale, she has composed operas and ballets, made films, incorporated her knowledge of science and engineering into her artworks, and recently started a school for young artists and activists in Beijing.”

Dan Bell and the End of Everything

One of the most curious aspects of Dan Bell’s YouTube videos is just how watchable they are…

New York Postcard: Paradoxical Images

“AI training libraries, machine readable landscapes, and images made by computers for themselves, without human creators…”

New York Postcard: Revealing the Beauty of Daily Objects

George Shaw returns with a series of art postcards from the city than can’t sleep…