Volume 30 No.4
The New Art Examiner in the UK has signed a partnering agreement with Plymouth College of Art. This is extremely important for the future of the NAE in Europe. Read the agreement in page 16.
EDITORIAL ‘Off-Grid’ by UK Editor Daniel Nanavati
The OSCAR MFA
John Steppling discusses how qualifications come with a cultural agenda you are not allowed to write about.
THE WIDENING CHASM BETWEEN CONTEMPORARY ART AND ARTISTS
David Houston on the strange case of contemporary artists who are disaffected from contemporary art.
Tom Mullaney, US Editor, on the Milwaukee Museum’s renovation. Tricia van Eck on her own style of PC curating, Michel Segard on Exquixite Corpses and Van Gogh’s Bedroom.
Ian Everard meets a statue of Tim Berners-Lee, foudner of the INTERNET and Robin Kay is taken with the Mormon Temple in Oakland.
Tom Mullaney reviews, ‘Peggy Guggenheim: The Shock of the Modern’ by Francine Prose