How Posters Have Targeted Police Violence, From the 1960s to Today

To Protect & Serve? Five Decades of Posters Protesting Police Violence at the 18th Street Arts Center, Santa Monica (photo by the author for...

Remarkable and mysterious rock carving in a remote location of Wyoming – The Artsology...

I’ve seen a lot of fascinating rock art finds sent to me by Artsology Blog readers, but this one is especially remarkable. It...

Mythological creature ready to swoop down at Asbury Park – The Artsology Blog

I was enjoying the beach at Asbury Park yesterday, when I happened to take this photograph. It seemed like this large bird was...

Paul Cezanne paints a nice tablecloth – The Artsology Blog

I saw a painting by Paul Cezanne titled “Young Italian Woman at a Table,” circa 1895-1900, and the thing that struck me first...

Art – and a website – to help you Plan Your Vote – The...

I received an email about a new initiative that seems to be a positive thing for all Americans as we approach the upcoming...

Montclair Art Museum – The Artsology Blog

It’s the fall art season, which is usually packed with new exhibitions and lots of interesting things to see … but as you...

Elements of Adam Pendleton’s Creative Lexicon

The cover of Adam Pendleton’s Artist Book for the Isabella Steward Gardner Museum (images courtesy the artist and the Isabella Gardner Steward Museum)Artist...

imagination is more important than knowledge – The Artsology Blog

I had Chinese food for dinner recently, and had a fortune cookie with the following fortune: “imagination is more important than knowledge.” Considering...

Who is the Man of Love of Asbury Park? – The Artsology Blog

On a recent visit to the beach and boardwalk at Asbury Park, I noticed and photographed this sculpture of “Patriarch Athenagoras, 1886-1972, Man...

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