Tag Archives: William Dereslewicz

Imagined Emptiness

unsignificantly off the coast there was a splash quite unnoticed this was Icarus drowning (William Carlos Williams, from Landscape With the Fall of Icarus) The presence of an abandoned pier and oil rigs on the way to the gravel parking lot renders the sudden starkness of the sight all the more striking. Strangely – or perhaps not – my first …

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Scouting the Blogs with Miklos Legrady

  Slow Looking. The Tate Gallery published an article saying take your time looking at art, complaining that people rush by the work without really looking.  It seems that when people rush by a work, it’s not that the work is amazing, most likely it’s boring.  A Museum of Modern Art curator has a youtube video telling us how to …

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