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Apps for Art
Augmented reality is a technological art form that recently has been gaining favor. Instead of viewing through goggles, we use an iPhone or more...

When Too Much is Not Enough
Exhibitions can trip on their way to blockbuster status; they bulk up so much they dilute what might have been. more...

When Too Much is Not Enough
Sometimes exhibitions trip on their way to blockbuster status because they bulk up so much they dilute what might have been. more...

Mural Madness
One of Portland's newest architectural landmarks started so promisingly, then came its mural facade. more...

Get the Most Out of a Trip to the Museum
Margaret Hawkins walks us through her own new rules to get the most from your trip to the museum. more...

On Susan Sontag
Susan Sontag, established as one of the literary geniuses of her generation, had a vital, uneven relationship with art. more...

Woven
“Woven: Connections and Meanings” explores a lineage of historically feminine craftsmanship, with textiles and weaving at their more...

Currency as Art
Artists have been crying out about money and corruption for many years. David Rubin takes a look at some incisive examples. more...

The Rauschenberg Effect
Robert Rauschenberg's legion of young acolytes have been popping up steadily for years--decades really--and show no signs of abating. more...

Origin Story
Richard Speer developed an adolescent obsession with the European Baroque. Then in college he discovered the necromancy of Mondrian. more...

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