Tag Archives: Diego Rivera

Inside a Head

Jonathan Shahn is a crank. (It’s safe to write this, because he’s promised he will not read this article, although his wife might.) That’s not the impression this writer formed, but one the sculptor seems bent on projecting. “Uncooperative” is … Continue reading

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Where does the time go?

When an exhibit opens at the Historical Society of Princeton, it’s almost like a return to the past. Or a way to revisit the past, and make the past present. Such was the case with the Rex Goreleigh exhibit. I … Continue reading

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Lady of the Blue House

Speak of great blockbuster exhibits at the Philadelphia Museum of Art — this is all part of procrastinating on writing my story on Cezanne and Beyond, to open there this Friday — remember the great Frida Kahlo exhibit there last … Continue reading

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