Posts Tagged: Editor’s Note

Anna Craycroft, The Earth Is a Magnet, 2016, installation view, part of The Artist’s Museum, Institute of Contemporary Art Boston, November 16, 2016–March 26, 2017 (artwork © Anna Craycroft; photographs © Berenice Abbott/Commerce Graphics Ltd. Inc; photograph by Charles Mayer)

Art Journal Open Presents “To Record, to Interpret, to Comment” by Anna Craycroft

By Gloria Sutton

Art Journal Open presents “To Record, to Interpret, to Comment” by Anna Craycroft.

Anna Craycroft, The Earth Is a Magnet, 2016, installation view, part of The Artist’s Museum, Institute of Contemporary Art Boston, November 16, 2016–March 26, 2017 (artwork © Anna Craycroft; photographs © Berenice Abbott/Commerce Graphics Ltd. Inc; photograph by Charles Mayer)

Art Journal Open Presents “To Record, to Interpret, to Comment” by Anna Craycroft

By Gloria Sutton

Art Journal Open presents “To Record, to Interpret, to Comment” by Anna Craycroft.

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Web Editor’s Note: Conversations

By Gloria Sutton

Art Journal Open is pleased to introduce a new cluster of conversations focused on artist residencies.

AJO_pale gray AJO and AJ box with black lettering

Web Editor’s Note: Conversations

By Gloria Sutton

Art Journal Open is pleased to introduce a new cluster of conversations focused on artist residencies.

Karl Haendel, Books with Ampersands #3 (For Your Own Good), 2013, enamel and pencil on paper, 40 x 26 in. (101.6 x 66 cm) (artwork © Karl Haendel)

Introducing a Three-Part Project by Natilee Harren, Karl Haendel, and Nate Harrison

By Gloria Sutton

Art Journal Open is pleased to present a three-part, three-author project by Natilee Harren, Karl Haendel, and Nate Harrison.

Karl Haendel, Books with Ampersands #3 (For Your Own Good), 2013, enamel and pencil on paper, 40 x 26 in. (101.6 x 66 cm) (artwork © Karl Haendel)

Introducing a Three-Part Project by Natilee Harren, Karl Haendel, and Nate Harrison

By Gloria Sutton

Art Journal Open is pleased to present a three-part, three-author project by Natilee Harren, Karl Haendel, and Nate Harrison.

Gerhard Richter, from Elbe, 1957, linocut ink on paper. Kunstmuseum Winterthur, Switzerland, longterm loan from a private collection (artwork © 2012 Gerhard Richter; photographs provided by Kunstmuseum Winterthur).

Shaping the Glass

By Katy Siegel

Life is not an idea, but ideas are part of life. Thinking is the only way out of our enmities and miseries. Vision—seeing better and more freshly, with less habit and personal bias—awakens us to life.

Gerhard Richter, from Elbe, 1957, linocut ink on paper. Kunstmuseum Winterthur, Switzerland, longterm loan from a private collection (artwork © 2012 Gerhard Richter; photographs provided by Kunstmuseum Winterthur).

Shaping the Glass

By Katy Siegel

Life is not an idea, but ideas are part of life. Thinking is the only way out of our enmities and miseries. Vision—seeing better and more freshly, with less habit and personal bias—awakens us to life.