I have never understood why so many academic books have abstract, irrelevant pieces of artwork on their covers, when it would not be difficult to add a photograph or sketch related to the topic of the book.
This book, for example – The Cultures Of Work Organizations, by Harrison Truce and Janice Beyer – [...]
This piece of conceptual art is conceptually stunted, going only a short distance beyond the statement of a person who buys Reader’s Digest condensed editions to place on their shelves to add a sense of refinement to their knick knacks. [...]
Just as Sherlock Holmes needs Dr. Watson to function, perhaps Maria Konnikova could use a dash of Robert Rauschenberg to temper her mental discipline. [...]
Here, next to the rosy colored church Good Shepherd is an ancient depiction of the Greek god Hermes, in a motif known as Hermes Kriophoros – referred to by the ancient Greeks, before Christianity, as the good shepherd. [...]
The Three Angels Broadcasting Network is creating a Ten Commandments Weekend event, but the Ten Commandments Weekend itself violates one of the Ten Commandments. [...]
A congressional resolution written by Louis Gohmert celebrates an attempt to ban almost all artwork. [...]
A couple years ago, I noted the development of a web site called Dreamlines. The site makes new, dynamic, changing visual art using keywords to search out graphics online.
Today, as a refresher about how the results work, I offer you the following visual impression of the campaign of Christine O’Donnell for U.S. Senate.
Watching Michael D’Antuono’s explanations for his creation of the painting and for its subsequent withdrawal, it occurs to me that the artist didn’t actually stop to think very long about the significance his own painting. [...]