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All the things we cannot know: Kenneth Baker on Sophie Calle in San Francisco

... for Arts and Culture, San Francisco, until 20 August Sophie Calle: My mother, my cat, my father, in that order, Fraenkel Lab, San Francisco, until 26 August All the things we cannot know: Kenneth Baker on Sophie Calle in San Francisco #Exhibitions #Review #Sophie_Calle #Fort_Mason_Center_for_Arts_and_Culture

First renowned, then overlooked, now rediscovered: on Edme Bouchardon

... Juliette Trey; translation by Anne-Lise Desmas Getty Publications, 448pp, $79.95 (hb) The Learned Draftsman: Edme Bouchardon Édouard Kopp Getty Publications, 336pp, $64.95 (hb) First renowned, then overlooked, now rediscovered: on Edme Bouchardon #Books #Review

Adjusted to fit: on Louise Lawler at MoMA

... complications. Mostafa Heddaya is a writer, editor and doctoral student in the Department of Art & Archaeology at Princeton Louise Lawler: Why Pictures Now, Museum of Modern Art, New York, until 30 July Adjusted to fit: on Louise Lawler at MoMA #Exhibitions #Review #Post-war_(1945-70) #Museum_of_Modern_Art,_New_York #Post-modernism #Louise_Lawler

Towering triumph: on the scholarly resurrection of Joseph de Levis

... recently, A History of Pictures, co-authored with David Hockney Joseph de Levis and Company: Renaissance Bronze-Founders in Verona Charles Avery I.B. Tauris, 224pp, £40 (hb) Towering triumph: on the scholarly resurrection of Joseph de Levis #Books #Review #Art_history

Your mind is not a computer: on Ian Cheng at MoMA PS1

... need our narratives. It is much easier to model human cognition than to explain it. • Mike Pepi is a writer living in New York • Iang Cheng, MoMA PS1, New York, until 25 September Your mind is not a computer: on Ian Cheng at MoMA PS1 #Museums #Review #Art_history #MoMA_PS1 #Ian_Cheng

Ancient China: a crossroads to the world

... archaeology at the Institute for the Study of the Ancient World at New York University • Age of Empires: Chinese Art of the Qin and Han Dynasties, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, until 16 July Ancient China: a crossroads to the world #Exhibitions #Review #Metropolitan_Museum_of_Art #China_ #Antiquities

A panoply of plastic poses: on Emma Hamilton

... Touché, on duelling in literature, was published by Harvard University Press in 2015 Emma Hamilton: Seduction and Celebrity Quintin Colville and Kate Williams, eds Thames & Hudson, 280pp, £29.95 (hb) A panoply of plastic poses: on Emma Hamilton #Books #Review #Art_history

The parrot point of view: on Edward Lear's natural history studies

... Play of Poetry (2016) The Natural History of Edward Lear Robert McCracken Peck David R. Godine in association with the Antique Collectors’ Club, 224pp, £27.99, $40 (hb) The parrot point of view: on Edward Lear's natural history studies #Books #Review #Edward_Lear

The Donald Trump style of art history

... NYU-Steinhardt. He writes on contemporary art and is an editor of the journal ARTMargins David’s Sling: a History of Democracy in Ten Works of Art Victoria C. Gardner Coates Encounter Books, 328pp, $27.99 (hb) The Donald Trump style of art history #Books #Review #Art_history #Donald_Trump

Worth the pilgrimage: on Francesco de Mura at Vassar College

... and the Pisa Altarpiece (2003). In the Light of Naples: the Art of Francesco De Mura, Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center at Vassar College in Poughkeepsie, New York, until 2 July Worth the pilgrimage: on Francesco de Mura at Vassar College #Exhibitions #Review #Old_Masters #Baroque #Francesco_de_Mura #Frances_Lehman_Loeb_Art_Center

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