Snowden’s NSA “disclosures have fuelled debates over mass surveillance, government secrecy, and the balance between national security and information privacy.” Perhaps they will lead to policy reform and more government oversight as though some actual democratic process had begun. Has a democratic process begun? Is there a lesser democratic evil?
Category Archives: Ceramic
Jay DeFeo: A Retrospective is organized by Dana Miller, Curator of the Permanent Collection.
This retrospective is the definitive exhibition to date of the work of Jay DeFeo (1929–89). At the outset of her career in the 1950s, DeFeo was at the center of a vibrant community of Beat artists, poets, and musicians in San Francisco. Although she is best known for her monumental painting The Rose (1958–66, now in the Whitney’s collection), which she spent eight years making and which later languished hidden behind a wall for two decades, DeFeo created an astoundingly diverse range of works spanning four decades. Her unconventional approach to materials and intensive, physical process make DeFeo a unique figure in postwar American art who defies easy categorization.
Drawn and Fired: Recent Vessels
February 15, 2013 to April 28, 2013
“Robert Archambeau has been an indisputable force in Manitoba and Canadian ceramics for well over fifty years.”
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