- … and on Sept. 11 artist John Gossage realized Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld lived in his neighborhood. Here’s what he did about it.
- SFMOMA invites Chris Sollars to take an unauthorized residency at the museum. Kind of.
- Reading art. Or reading in art. Or at least books. And why are there books in all these paintings? William Poundstone explains.
- Heh: I Lego MoMA.
- From our foremost philosophers of American geography, The Centers of the USA.
- For several months now I’ve tweeted my befuddlement at the National Gallery of Art’s installation of a Canova in the middle of an otherwise smashing gallery of Goyas. Well, I still don’t have the foggiest idea why that Canova is there, but maybe Jonathan Jones, who has just re-thought his dislike of Canova, can explain it to me.
- The Amon Carter Museum uses photographs to remind us: It’s back-to-school time!
- LAT architecture critic Christopher Hawthorne is a must-read on the non-but-kinda news-of-the-day re: the Broads’ forthcoming museum.
Art-focused Journalism by Tyler Green