Art History Minute (1)

By: Peggy Nelson
July 9, 2010

In today’s Art History Minute, we survey developments on the contemporary scene. Rather than a steady arrow, or a gentle spiral as some would have it, the correct model for art historical advancement is now revealed to be the slinky, where expansion in one area is matched by a corresponding contraction in another.

Here, as touch screen technology pairs itself with pre-impressionist portraiture, we are pleased to bring you: finger painting.




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