2017 Fall Art Doc Final Projects

– Alex DiFiglia, Drew Facklam, Cormac Fitzgerald, Richard Goldstein, Rachel Richardson, and Paige Williams

– Kat Fanning, Anna Holbert, Grace Pamperien, Daisy Tainton, Anthony Volpe

– Anne Boissonnault, Marc Castellini, Patrick Jerry Chinmi Liao, Sara Magin

 

 

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Meredith Monk – ‘I Believe in the Healing Power of Art’ | TateShots

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Artist, Foundation, Museum Roundtable

  1. Artist foundation: Kathleen Nugent Mangan, Executive Director, Lenore G. Tawney Foundation, http://lenoretawney.org/
  2. Art museum: Majida Mugharbel, Permanent Collection Documentation Manager, Whitney Museum of American Art, http://whitney.org
  3. Artist: Heather Cox, http://www.coxart.com/
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Keeping the Legacy Alive

Keeping the Legacy Alive Conference, 2016. The Institute for Artists’ Estates in Berlin

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The Artist’s Estate: A Handbook for Artists, Executors and Heirs

71h15v2KdFL.jpgThe Artist’s Estate: A Handbook for Artists, Executors and Heirs, published in September 2016, is the first of its kind and received critics attention worldwide. Available in the PMC Library.

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Sidney Nolan’s ‘time capsule’ art studio opens to the public

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Photography: Alex Ramsay (c)The Sidney Nolan Trust

The perfectly-preserved UK studio of artist Sidney Nolan has opened to the public for the first time ever this summer to mark his 100th birthday. Melbourne-born Nolan is best known for portraits of 19th-century outlaw Ned Kelly and other legends from Australian history. He moved to Britain in 1951, and after his death in 1992, his widow closed the doors to his Herefordshire studio, leaving everything inside just as he left it. [read more]

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Timeline of Modern Art


via Hyperallergic

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Richard Hamilton, Marcel Duchamp, 1967

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