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  • Marvel Comics’ Stan Lee Dies Aged 95 – 奇迹漫画《斯 …

    NEW! 2018.11.13 · 发表评论

    In further news: Berlin cultural institutions rally against far-right; Tate Liverpool to stage first UK show dedicated to Keith Haring – 进一步的消息:柏林文化机构联合起来反对极右派;泰特·利物浦为基思·哈林举行英国首场演出

  • Weekend Reading List: #MeToo Makes the Power 100 – …

    2018.11.09 · 发表评论

    Wes Anderson and Juman Malouf’s show opens in Vienna; conspiracy theories at the Met during the Midterms and Shanghai’s psychedelic cat – 韦斯·安德森和朱曼·马卢夫的秀在维也纳开幕;大都会中期赛期间的阴谋论和上海的迷幻猫

  • Do Museum Wall Labels Hide Artists’ Misogyny? Gauguin and …

    2018.11.08 · 发表评论

    Artist Michelle Hartney has created #MeToo-inspired wall labels to call out the abusive actions of art history’s icons – 艺术家Michelle Hartney创建了一个由Myoto启发的墙面标签,以唤起艺术史图标的辱骂行为。

  • ‘Most of These Items Are Not Art’: Native American Advocac …

    2018.11.07 · 发表评论

    The museum is including Indigenous pieces in its American wing for the first time – but did it consult with tribal representatives? – 博物馆首次将土著艺术品纳入其美国展区,但它是否与部落代表进行了磋商?

  • Frederick Wiseman's ‘Beating Heart’ of Rural American …

    2018.11.07 · 发表评论

    Frederick Wiseman’s new documentary, Monrovia, Indiana (2018) opens with a series of bucolic shots of rural Americana before moving inside to a meeting of a small church group. ‘Remember,’ a middle-aged man wearing a cross tells those gathered, ‘when He started this whole thing, everything was perfect. We messed it up. We brought the tribulations.’ – 弗雷德里克·怀斯曼的新纪录片《印第安纳州蒙罗维亚》(2018)以美国乡村的一系列田园风光开场,然后进入一个小型教会团体的会议。“记住,”一个背着十字架的中年人告诉那些聚集在一起的人,“当他开始这一切时,一切都很完美。”我们把事情搞糟了。我们带来了苦难。

  • With Shanghai’s Busiest Art Month Underway, Highlights of …

    2018.11.06 · 发表评论

    ‘Proregress’ 12th Shanghai Biennale The Power Station of Art 10 November, 2018 – 10 March, 2019 – 第十二年度上海双年展

  • Where Do We Go From Here: Coffee, Care, and Restitution &# …

    2018.11.02 · 发表评论

    On 16 February , Black Panther was released in the US to a tidal wave of excitement, especially in the African American community – and why not, given its unapologetic blackness, its undeniable coolness and its overall excellence. Featuring great acting, sumptuous costumes, luscious landscapes, action, intrigue, CGI etc., Black Panther had something for everyone – including, as it turns out, people in the art world. Fifteen minutes into the movie, after a few crucial plot points are pinned down, we see an establishing shot: a gleaming white Richard Meier building with a gaudy ‘Museum of Great Britain’ sign on the front. This is the High Museum of Art in Atlanta, Georgia, standing in as a fictionalized version of the British Museum, we suppose. The next shot is that of a person we will come to know as Killmonger, his back facing us, looking at a vitrine filled with African artifacts. He has apparently requested that the curator in charge of the installation – a soignée white woman who saunters in with a coffee cup and a falsely modest hesitation in her voice – be summoned so he can ask some sly questions: – 2月16日,“黑豹”号在美国被放行,掀起了一阵兴奋的浪潮,特别是在非洲裔美国人社区——鉴于它无可辩解的黑暗、不可否认的冷静和它的整体优秀,为什么不放行?黑豹以出色的表演、华丽的服装、美妙的风景、动作、阴谋、CGI等为特色,每个人都有自己的东西,包括艺术界的人。电影开始15分钟,在确定了几个关键的情节要点后,我们看到了一幅建立镜头:一幢闪闪发光的白色理查德·梅尔建筑,前面有一个华丽的“大不列颠博物馆”标志。这是格鲁吉亚亚特兰大的高等艺术博物馆,我们认为它是大英博物馆的一个虚构的版本。下一个镜头是我们将要认识的杀戮贩子,他背对着我们,看着装满非洲人工制品的玻璃瓶。显然,他已经要求召集负责这个装置的馆长——一个带着咖啡杯和假装谦虚的犹豫声闲逛的白人老妇人——来,这样他可以问一些狡猾的问题:

  • Where Do We Go From Here: The Global Visual Economy – …

    2018.11.02 · 发表评论

    In the postcolonial study of Asia and the non-Western world, the act of comparison has usually meant using Euro-American standards to judge non-Euro-American cultures. In the academic realm of literary studies, this has translated into questions such as: does China have the epic? Does India or Japan have the novel? Does Korea have science fiction? These enquiries echo earlier European views that cultures in Asia and Africa have no history, philosophy, religion or literature to speak of. We are now at some distance from such ethnocentric views but the longterm effects of their comparative assertions remain influential. – 在亚洲和非西方世界的后殖民研究中,比较行为通常意味着使用欧美标准来评判非欧美文化。在文学研究的学术领域,这一问题转化为:中国有史诗吗?印度或日本有这部小说吗?韩国有科幻小说吗?这些调查反映了早期欧洲人的观点,即亚洲和非洲的文化没有历史、哲学、宗教或文学可言。我们现在与这种以种族为中心的观点相去甚远,但他们比较论断的长期影响仍然存在。

  • Where Do We Go From Here: Coffee, Care, and Black Panther …

    2018.11.02 · 发表评论

    On 16 February , Black Panther was released in the US to a tidal wave of excitement, especially in the African American community – and why not, given its unapologetic blackness, its undeniable coolness and its overall excellence. Featuring great acting, sumptuous costumes, luscious landscapes, action, intrigue, CGI etc., Black Panther had something for everyone – including, as it turns out, people in the art world. Fifteen minutes into the movie, after a few crucial plot points are pinned down, we see an establishing shot: a gleaming white Richard Meier building with a gaudy ‘Museum of Great Britain’ sign on the front. This is the High Museum of Art in Atlanta, Georgia, standing in as a fictionalized version of the British Museum, we suppose. The next shot is that of a person we will come to know as Killmonger, his back facing us, looking at a vitrine filled with African artifacts. He has apparently requested that the curator in charge of the installation – a soignée white woman who saunters in with a coffee cup and a falsely modest hesitation in her voice – be summoned so he can ask some sly questions: – 2月16日,“黑豹”号在美国被放行,掀起了一阵兴奋的浪潮,特别是在非洲裔美国人社区——鉴于它无可辩解的黑暗、不可否认的冷静和它的整体优秀,为什么不放行?黑豹以出色的表演、华丽的服装、美妙的风景、动作、阴谋、CGI等为特色,每个人都有自己的东西,包括艺术界的人。电影开始15分钟,在确定了几个关键的情节要点后,我们看到了一幅建立镜头:一幢闪闪发光的白色理查德·梅尔建筑,前面有一个华丽的“大不列颠博物馆”标志。这是格鲁吉亚亚特兰大的高等艺术博物馆,我们认为它是大英博物馆的一个虚构的版本。下一个镜头是我们将要认识的杀戮贩子,他背对着我们,看着装满非洲人工制品的玻璃瓶。显然,他已经要求召集负责这个装置的馆长——一个带着咖啡杯和假装谦虚的犹豫声闲逛的白人老妇人——来,这样他可以问一些狡猾的问题: