- The Judd Foundation is planning to renovate Donald Judd’s Marfa, Texas ‘architecture office’ reports the Big Bend Tribune. The scope, scale and timeline of the work is TBD.
- In the LAT, Holly Myers profiles “painter’s painter” Charles Garabedian, a key figure in the post-60s return to the figure. [Image: Garabedian, Family Portrait, 1964.]
- Andrew Russeth’s Dr. Lakra-at-Drawing-Center details suggest that Paul Gauguin still fascinates artists. In a related story, “Gauguin: Maker of Myth” at the National Gallery of Art.
- Speaking of the NGA, I’m pretty sure LACMA put together this blog post just for the National Gallery’s benefit.
- Honore Daumier is my least-guilty pleasure. A reminder why.
- In a MAN Q&A on Jackson Pollock‘s epic Mural (1943), art historian Pepe Karmel pointed out that there’s a lot of art historical work yet to be done on the impact World War II had on art and artists. These two posts from Greg Allen point to same.
Art-focused Journalism by Tyler Green