Episode 198 MONDAY, 5/3/21

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From the Chic to the Spectacular, Here Are 17 of Art History’s Greatest Hats in Honor of the Kentucky Derby

Article by Katie White on ArtNet.

Johannes Vermeer, Girl With the Red Hat (1666). Collection of the National Gallery of Art.

Angela O’Keefe on Jackson Pollock’s Blue Poles – and engaging with the art of awful men

Article by Beejay Silcox on The Guardian.

‘A wheeling violence barely contained by its cobalt fence’: details of the paintwork of Blue Poles, which underwent a conservation project during the NGA’s Covid-19 shutdown. Photograph: Lukas Coch/AAP

Mattel Created Nearly 200 Retro Glam Vintage Barbie-Themed Wallpaper Designs

Article by ARIELLE TSCHINKEL by Apartment Therapy.

Crude, obscene and extraordinary: Jean Dubuffet’s war against good taste

Article by Jonathan Jones on The Guardian.

Life and death … Garden with Melitaea, from 1955. Photograph: Collection Fondation Dubuffet, Paris © 2021 ADAGP, Paris/DACS, London

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Episode 178 – MONDAY, 3/15/21

BUY ME A CUP OF COFFEE!

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Frida Kahlo’s Art Broke Taboos Then and Now. A Dallas Exhibit Highlights Five Lesser-Known Works

Article by YVONNE S. MARQUEZ on Texas Monthly.

Still Life with Parrot and Flag, 1951.
Courtesy of the Dallas Museum of Art
Klára Hosnedlová, Untitled (from the series Nest), 2020, cotton thread, stainless steel, 21 1/4 × 16 7/8″.

xxMinotaur by ‘Persian Picasso’ to Sell in London in Market-Defining Moment for Iranian Modernistx

Article by Angelica Villa on Art News.

‘Brutal Beauty: The Art and Life of Jean Dubuffet’ At The Barbican; Join An Online Curator’s Talk With Rashid Johnson

Article on Art Fix Daily.

Jean Dubuffet, Telephone Torment (Le Supplice du téléphone), 1944, Collection Fondation Dubuffet, Paris © ADAGP, Paris and DACS, London

Klimt’s Glittering Ode to Love Scandalized Turn-of-the-Century Audiences. Here Are 3 Things You May Not Know About ‘The Kiss’

Article by Katie White on Art Net.

Gustav Klimt, The Kiss (Lovers) (1907–1908). Courtesy of Galerie Belvedere.

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